It is all one paper-it goes together -they may even want to take a look at it, in case it helps with the assignment they are doing now.
This is a portfolio please let me know if it would be cheaper to send in two separate orders
The writer is doing the bib assignment now so they will have to let me know on how many exact sources. I can put the minimum for now
Also, it can be 6-8 pages not sure, I can put minimum and if writer needs additional, they can writer and I can approve if that works?
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1.Assignment Essay Outline
2.Assignment Paper essay
**minimum of 6 credible, scholarly secondary sources (beyond encyclopedias, biographies, the course text, or other course materials).
At least two sources should be peer-reviewed journal articles.
Sources should be adequately chosen to provide substance and perspectives on the issue.
6-8 pages double spaced APA
Online Research should be done and endnotes as well as citations should be added.
Main idea: Conditions of African Americans in the United States between 1865 and 1900.
Paragraph 1: Thesis statement about the African Americans’ situation between 1865 and 1900.
Paragraph 2: Two events that affected African Americans during this time, note the effects of each event.
(The two events 13th amendment and Jim Crow)
Paragraph 3: Explain how the African Americans situation changed between 1865 and 1900.
Paragraph 4: Conclusion summarizing the essay.
Write a paper (not including citation page or title page) on one of the following topics dealing with New York culture and/or history. Other topics are possible if cleared with instructor. 1. Sports 2. Broadway 3. Immigration (can choose one specific group) 4. Neighborhoods 5. Famous New Yorkers 6. Slavery 7. Wall Street 8. Textile Industry 9. Shipping/harbors 10. Landmarks Tasks: Write a paper for your topic or theme A. Write a Historical Overview of the topic B. Describe the importance of this topic to New York. How has it impacted on New York? C. Conclusion: Decide if/how this topic has had a positive or negative impact on New York history. Did this topic have an affect outside of New York? How? D. Each paper must include a minimum of two primary source documents Primary documents can include letters, official documents, pictures, cartoons, maps, etc. Please choose a varied selection of primary documents. Make sure the document has proper citations. See online librarian for help if necessary.
Write a paper (not including citation page or title page) on one of the topics dealing with New York culture and/or history. Other topics are possible if cleared with instructor. 1. Sports 2. Broadway 3. Immigration (can choose one specific group) 4. Neighborhoods 5. Famous New Yorkers 6. Slavery 7. Wall Street 8. Textile Industry 9. Shipping/harbors 10. Landmarks Tasks: a paper for your topic or theme A. Write a Historical Overview of the topic B. Describe the importance of this topic to New York. How has it impacted on New York? C. Conclusion: Decide if/how this topic has had a positive or negative impact on New York history. Did this topic have an affect outside of New York? How? D. Each paper must include a minimum of two primary source documents Primary documents can include letters, official documents, pictures, cartoons, maps, etc. Please choose a varied selection of primary documents. Make sure the document has proper citations. See online librarian for help if necessary.
Learning Goal: I’m working on a history discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Choose ONLY ONE of the following questions and respond.1. Could the Allies have prevented the Fall of France and western Europe?2. Was it a mistake for Hitler to allow German forces to venture into the Mediterranean regions?3. What could the Soviets have done to blunt Barbarossa and turn the tide? Could the Germans have done anything differently to accomplish their objectives?
Requirements: Any length that is required to answer question effectively.
Review your readings and carefully research and address the prompt below.
Identify and explain the political and social obstacles that hindered the progress of the Civil Rights Movement in America for the period of 1954-1965 and explain the causes for its successes regarding racial and social equality. Use the Branch Reader for your research and in text citations.
In your research cover the following:
1) Eisenhower and the Civil Rights Movement (Brown v. Board of Education; Branch)
2) SNCC and Freedom Summer of 1964
3) The Civil Rights Act of 1964
4) The Voting Rights Act
The essay is to be 2,500 words in length. It is to be typed, well-written, provide sound
analysis, draw upon appropriate course material, follow proper scholarly conventions
(including citation style—Chicago Style footnotes), and include a title page and a
bibliography (which are to be in addition to the 2,500-word length).
Must include own opinions regarding Charles Lindbergh and his significance. Would prefer if the paper was less on research but more on the meaning and significance of Charles Lindbergh’s flight.
must cite from the book attached and also the PowerPoint presentation attached
THE POWER POINT SLIDE IS A LECTURE PLEASE CITE
Assignment IV requires students to complete a profile on an individual who is not known for their contributions. This person has, for the most part, gone under the radar, despite their talents, skills, creativity, or excellence in any field within the US Virgin Islands. Students are free to choose any individual, whether it be family, friends, neighbors, teachers, etc, once the person’s actions are worth noting.
Choose one of the primary source documents you were assigned to read in Lualdi, Sources of the Making of the West: Peoples and Cultures, V. II (chapters 15-29). After reading it carefully, write a 3- or 4-page essay that summarizes its main ideas and analyzes it, using the questions below to help you in developingyour analysis. For additional guidance, check Lualdi’s introduction (“Working with Historical Sources”). Use the source: A call for women’s inclusion: olympe de gouges, declaration of the rights of woman (1791).
What kind of document is this? A personal letter, a speech, a memoir, or report of some kind? When was it written? Consider why this matters to an historian or anyone trying to understand the past. Also, identify your document at the start of your essay by giving readers its full title and the name of its author (if available).
Who is the author? Even in the case of an anonymous source, you can learn something about the author’s identity based on clues such as the ideas or religious beliefs expressed within the text. What might have been the reason for writing this?
* Who is the main audience? In other words, to whom was this document directed? For what apparent purpose? How is this purpose reflected in the author’s style or tone?
What is the document actually saying? Identify its main ideas along with its overall message or argument. Summarize this message or argument for your reader, preferably early in the essay.
* Is it persuasive? Explain why (or why not). Be specific about what makes it a convincing or credible source of information—or, not–for an historian. You may comment on matters of style, tone and language, as needed.
What can we, as historians, learn from this document? What does it reveal about a particular part of the past you have studied? Does it speak in any way to concerns of the present? Explain how, using what you have learned from course reading & lectures.
Your paper is to be based on Benjamin Merkle’s book, The
White Horse King. Your paper must be double-spaced, and four to
five pages in length. Margins should not exceed 1 1/2” on all sides;
font size should not exceed 12 points. Your essay should be largely
in your words. If you use a quotation be sure that it is
short and relevant. If you are quoting or paraphrasing from Merkle’s book, you
do not need to include a formal footnote. Instead, put the relevant page
number in parentheses at the end of the sentence or paragraph. Your work will
be assessed based on the following considerations: content, accuracy of
content, grammar, spelling, punctuation, clarity and organization, specific
evidence provided to support your interpretation/assessment of your source, and
ability to focus on and answer the questions under consideration.
What factors led to the Vikings’ initial success in bringing most of Britain
under their control in the ninth century? What military innovations did King
Alfred bring about that enabled the people of Wessex to effectively expel the
intruders? How did his Christian faith influence his actions both during his
military campaigns and in times of peace? Also, what great changes did he
initiate that led to a revival of learning? Finally, do you think Alfred was a
great ruler; why or why not?