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12136As we know, history is alive through the connection between historical events and contemporary events that allow us to recognize, reflect, and apply the opportunities or challenges that arise. The varying culture and characteristics of the many native, migrated, or settlement people that eventually called...

12123A. Directions Part 1: Change Over Time Within the below topic, identify and describe something that changed and something that stayed the same over the course of the below time period. EXAMPLE You might choose to write about U.S. foreign policy between 1970-2016, or immigration between 1877-1920, or...

12122After reading the Unit VII Study Guide and Chapter 14, select one event from the list below: The Compromise of 1850 The Kansas-Nebraska Act Presidential Election of 1856 Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857) The Lincoln-Douglas Debates John Brown’s raid on Harpers Ferry Presidential Election of 1860 Write a scholarly paper in which you...

12114This 1833 political caricature shows Andrew Jackson as a tyrannical ruler, holding a scepter in one hand, a veto in the other, and standing on the U.S. Constitution, which has been torn to pieces. While many in the 1800s argued that Jackson brought forth the...

12112After completing the Required Unit Resources for Unit IV, carefully read the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights. The transcripts of these important documents can be found at the following websites: U.S. National Archives and Records Administration. (n.d.). The Constitution of the Unites States:...

12108Touchstone 4: Analyzing Primary Sources ASSIGNMENT: You have learned that the historian’s craft involves using evidence from the past to learn and write about what happened. This evidence comes in the form of primary sources, or first-hand accounts or artifacts from the time period that the...

12036It is September 1776. The news of the Declaration of Independence has swept through the colonies, and you are just now learning of this historical event. You take pen to paper to write to a family member to reflect about what this means. In your letter,...

12020PART 1. A. Which view of the Eighth Amendment do you believe to be correct? B. Why? PART 2. A. Watch the two videos and reflect on how the Sixth and Eighth Amendment protections were or can be preserved in each of the videos. CJ in...

11903Primary Document Assignment: Inequality and Equality in America Description: This writing assignment focuses on the topic of inequality and equality in America between 1865 and the present. It challenges you to examine the historical documents from the period that relate to that topic (e.g. the primary...

11902Answer the following question with a minimum of 250 words. Be sure to cite from the Davidson text, lecture, and primary sources in your answer. the best answers will provide references to several different sources, as well as consider all sides of a given question. Define...