4 page paper on an event or person tied to United States History to 1865. This p

4 page paper on an event or person tied to United States History to 1865. This paper should be double-spaced, 12 point font, and written using Times New Roman font. Outside research will be necessary. You should use at least 3-4 outside references. Papers must be formatted to APA style regulations. Wikipedia is not a reliable source so it should not be listed as a resource. Remember to think as a historian when researching and presenting your topic: (who, what, where, when and why is the person/event significant). The paper should include an introduction, body and formal conclusion.

The purpose of the “Document Analysis” assignments is to help you to practice ma

The purpose of the “Document Analysis” assignments is to help you to practice making evidence based arguments about history. There is a brief introduction to each prompt. Chose a topic that interests you. Take time to carefully study each of the sources given, keeping in mind what you might want to argue and sources that support your argument. Then write.
Please submit a powerpoint with the following 6 slides:
Slide 1: Thesis Statement
Slide 2: Evidence #1
Slide 3: Evidence #2
Slide 4: Evidence #3
Slide 5: Conclusion
Slide 6: Sources Citation
Focus your analysis on the content, which needs to include a clear thesis statement, evidence and facts that support the thesis, proper citation and a conclusion that summarizes your argument.
The first slide should clearly state your position and 2-3 points you intend to discuss as support for your position. The slides that follow should be a discussion of your main points and should include an analysis (an explanation of how and why these points support your position) of the facts and referencing of the sources. Be sure to cite your references, from the prompt and the course text. The last paragraph (the conclusion) should be a summation of the points that support your position.
Be sure to see the rubric below for grading details.
Prompt 1
In what way were the lives of minority or disenfranchised groups altered from 1900-1945?
In what way did World War II specifically change the lives of these minority or disenfranchised groups?
Your answer should include specific examples from three of the following groups (women, African-Americans, Mexican-Americans, American-Indians, European immigrant populations, the LGBTQ community, Asian Americans) and should explain what it was about the time period between 1900-1945 that fundamentally altered their lives.
A piece of advice:
Outline your paper based on either 3 specific themes/ideas (e.g. political, social, cultural, economic, etc.) you think that each of these groups experienced OR Outline your paper based on the 3 groups that you have picked and have each body paragraph be one of those groups.
Sources: You can use any of the follow sources for your assignment. However, these are really just meant to get you started.
You are strongly encouraged to conduct your own outside research, but please make sure they are reliable sources (e.g. not blogs, not WIkipedia entries or personal websites, etc.)
Strong sources include primary sources (such as letters or documents written during the time period, oral history interviews, etc. ) or secondary sources (scholarly work that historians have written about regarding the topic.
African Americans in World War II
(Links to an external site.)
Latino/as in World War II
(Links to an external site.)
Women in World War II
(Links to an external site.)
Navajo’s in World War II
(Links to an external site.)
LGBT Community in WWII
(Links to an external site.)
Japanese American Internment WWII
(Links to an external site.)

Thoroughly answer the following question with supporting details / examples / fa

Thoroughly answer the following question with supporting details / examples / facts. Type your answer – correct spelling, grammar and punctuation will count.
Despite unimaginable hardships, slaves were able to maintain a sense of identity and a determination to attain freedom. Describe how slave culture aided those endeavors and drove slaves’ desire for freedom. Be sure to consider African heritage and slave family life, folklore, and religious life in your response.

Evaluate the statement. “America will never be destroyed from the outside. If w

Evaluate the statement.
“America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.”
Do you agree, disagree, or think something different? Explain your answer.
Apply this quote to what is happening in America today (Supreme Court decision Roe v Wade, legislation to regulate guns and ammo, inflation, use of fossil fuels, media’s influence, etc.).

This assignment asks you to engage a collection of primary sources in responding

This assignment asks you to engage a collection of primary sources in responding to this historical question:
***How did the abolitionist movement contribute to the development of the women’s rights movement in the United States?*****
Use ONLY the following, provided source materials in building your response.
Primary Sources:

(1838) Angelina Grimke, “Address to the Massachusetts Legislature”


Angelina Grimké, “Address to the Massachusetts Legislature (1838)
Catharine Beecher, “An Essay on Slavery and Abolitionism” (1837)
Catharine Beecher, An Essay on Slavery and Abolitionism (1837)
Angelina Grimké, “Letters to Catharine Beecher” (1837)
Angelina Grimké, Letters to Catharine Beecher (1837)
Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Eighty Years and More (1898)
Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Eighty Years and More (1815-1897): Reminiscences of Elizabeth Cady Stanton (NY: European Publishing Company, 1898), 78-83.
Seneca Falls Convention, Declaration of Sentiments (1848)
Seneca Falls Convention, “Declaration of Sentiments,” (1848)
https://www.loc.gov/exhibitions/women-fight-for-the-vote/about-this-exhibition/seneca-falls-and-building-a-movement-1776-1890/seneca-falls-and-the-start-of-annual-conventions/frederick-douglass-speaks-in-support/
Frederick Douglass, “The Rights of Women,” The North Star (July 28, 1848)
Just like the earlier paragraph assignment, this assignment is designed to gauge your ability to make a cohesive historical argument that is rooted in primary source evidence. You will be evaluated on the quality of your argument, your integration and analysis of the provided evidence (including through effective quotation), and your ability to structure these materials effectively in an essay. Keep in mind, I am evaluating your engagement with the provided primary sources–so you should not use any outside sources.
Technical Requirements: Your response should be 4 pages long, double-spaced, with 1″ margins. You should write in 12pt Arial, Calibri, or Times New Roman font. Citations should be in Chicago-style footnotes (here is a guide to Chicago-style footnotes). The only thing that should be in the header is your name.

Please answer each question with at least four sentences. Chapter 28 Questions.

Please answer each question with at least four sentences.
Chapter 28 Questions.
28.1 Why did the conflict between the Soviet Union and the United States come to a head in Berlin in June 1948?
28.2 What was ‘McCarthyism’ and what made McCarthyism in the 1950s such a dangerous political trend?
28.3 Explain what the Cold War was and describe President Eisenhower’s military strategy for the Cold War.
28.4 Explain what the Brown v Board of Education decision was and describe the consequences of this decision in America.
Chapter 29 Questions.
29.1 Why was John F. Kennedy so reluctant to embrace the civil rights issue when he was president?
29.2 What was the Great Society and what did Lyndon B. Johnson hope to achieve with it?
29.3 What caused the downfall of Lyndon B. Johnson in 1968?
29.4 Discuss the foreign policy initiatives of Richard M. Nixon.
Chapter 30 Questions.
30.1 How did Gerald Ford become president, and why did he fail to get elected in his own right as president?
30.2 Discuss how Jimmy Carter changed the nation’s foreign policy direction.
30.3 How did Ronald Reagan intend to remedy the nation’s economic troubles and how did the Reagan Revolution actually change the economy?
30.4 Identify the different causes for the collapse of authoritarian regimes in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.
Chapter 31 Questions.
31.1 How did immigration in the United States change after 1965 from the way it had been before and why?
31.2 Why did women’s demands for equality generate such a strong conservative countermovement?
31.3 What was the ‘law and order’ movement and what impact did it have on Americans in the 1980s and 1990s?
31.4 What problems will the nation face with the aging of the baby boomers?
Professor checks for plagiarism.

**********BOOK REQUIRED (The American Promise vol 1 any edition inclusing value

**********BOOK REQUIRED (The American Promise vol 1 any edition inclusing value edition)***********
Assignment Content
INSTRUCTIONS: After reading Chapter 14 write a page on each topic and submit all chapter essays together as one response.
This is a formal academic assignment; follow rules for standard English grammar (i.e. use proper capitalization and punctuation, and do not use informal spelling such as that used in text messages).
All chapter essays in this course should consist of multiple paragraphs and be about one (1) page in length. Review the grading criteria for assignments found in the syllabus before posting the assignment.
1. Write an essay on how President Lincoln did best to preserve the Union.
2. Write essay how Southerners felt betrayed by President Taylor’s actions.

Using at least one of the College’s Library Databases ( JSTOR, Proquest, Academi

Using at least one of the College’s Library Databases ( JSTOR, Proquest, Academic OneFile, etc.) and other outside research tools, each student will explore the 1918-1919 Spanish Flu and its impact on the U.S. Some of the questions that you might explore are (Please use your own questions as well). You must cite at least 5 different sources.
a. Where did the disease originate?
b. What impact did it have on the individuals living in the affected areas?
c. How was the disease spread?
d. How did individuals combat the disease?
e. What reforms were initiated after the event?
f. Etc.
1. Each student must submit an acceptable paper to receive a passing grade in the course.
2. The assignment must be at least five pages and no longer than seven pages.
3. The paper must be double-spaced with standard margins with 10-12 point type.
4. Each paper must include a cover sheet with your name and course number.

In a short paragraph (12 point font, double-spaced, 0.5-1 page), answer the foll

In a short paragraph (12 point font, double-spaced, 0.5-1 page), answer the following question:
How did Americans’ relationship with the government change between 1920 and 1940? Provide three examples from the readings and lectures to support your claim.
Your answer should be entirely your own. Do not work in groups or copy off of online sources without proper citation.

Reflect on the various reform movements that emerged from the Second Great Awake

Reflect on the various reform movements that emerged from the Second Great Awakening (i.e., transcendentalism, temperance, abolition, women’s rights, mental health). Which two movements do you believe had the most profound impact on society during the early to mid-1800s? How does contemporary society continue to be affected by these efforts?