Describe and explain the historical significance of the below listed events, figures and concepts. Each correct response is worth ten points out of 100 for a total of 50 points. Your respective response should be from one to three sentences long. Choose five out of the ten provided: (Three sentences per response is suggested) and… Continue reading Choose five out of the ten provided: (three sentences per response is suggested) and respond completely with historical accuracy to the following essay-type questions.
Write an essay describing three innovations of the late 19th and EARLY 20th centuries and their effects of life in the United States. Include an introduction paragraph, one paragraph for each innovation and a conclusions paragraph. Include 3-4 references.
As this is time sensitive, Can you please confirm how soon you can have this done? From the introduction to the conclusion has to be a minimum of 1000 words. The paper also needs to have a citation page seperate.
In this week’s module you will find a link to one of the first speeches ever given by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He gave this speech in the immediate aftermath of the 1955 arrest of Rosa Parks in Montgomery, Alabama. Dr. King was unknown in Montgomery at the time. When he begins his speech… Continue reading Watch that happen in this video.
Submit 3 (I will review up to 5, but I will not accept less than 3) possible topics for the research project. I will work to narrow and focus but here you can start broad. Do try to have some framework for a place (i.e. New York City), a timeframe (decades are idea, say 1850s… Continue reading Comments and guidance will come back to you on canvas via speed grader.
In this class, we look closely at three major wars in American and US history: the Seven Years’ War (1756-1763) , the Revolutionary War/American War of Independence (1775-1783), and the Civil War (1861-1865). The topic this week is the the Revolutionary War, the war British Americans fought against Great Britain to achieve political independence. Many… Continue reading Task 1: post a 300- to 400-word response to the discussion question: in what ways was the war of independence a civil war?
Instructions Choose a podcast from one of the following. Provide title of podcast (Backstory, Presidential or Smithsonian, etc.) Provide title of episode that you chose Write a two paragraph review of what you learned: What was most interesting? What was most important? Include one paragraph about how podcasts could be used in a history class?… Continue reading Include one paragraph about how podcasts could be used in a history class?
What are similarities and differences you note between the way the concept of race was deployed against Amerindians, Chinese immigrants, Japanese immigrants, Black Americans, and Mexican Americans? Make your claim or state your opinion or point of view in terms of a thesis statement that suggests the evidence you will use to support your claim,… Continue reading Amerindians, chinese immigrants, japanese immigrants, black americans, and mexican americans?
HUM 2454: Paper 2 Assignment Choose one of the following topics below and address both the historical event (or topic within its time-frame context) and its continued impact on society today. * Old School (1970s and 1980s) Hip Hop Details: * Write 3-4 pages (no less than 3, not including your Works Cited page) *… Continue reading * cite at least 3 different scholarly sources (absolutely no wikipedia, about.com, howstuffworks, etc –using these sources or sources like them will guarantee you a grade of zero on this assignment.)
Using Washington’s Farewell Address, describe what he feared posed the greatest threat to liberty and why? According to Washington, what was the best way to preserve liberty? Double spaced, one page long.