Your responses should be at least one paragraph in length for each of these questions. 1) Who was the most interesting “Founding Father(s)” for you to learn about? 2) What made these men so unique and what characteristics made them so “human”? 3) Who was the most interesting “Founding Mother(s)” for you to learn about? Why is learning the role of colonial women and other minority groups in the Revolution important to understanding the full story of the founding of the United States of America?
In this assignment, the document is a speech given in 1850 by an Ojibwa leader, Chief Joseph Peau de Chat, to T.G. Anderson, an agent of the Government of the Canadas (Canada East and Canada West). Anderson was there to talk about possible treaties with Indigenous peoples of the Lake Superior area. These talks eventually contributed to the signing of the “Robinson Treaties” which involved primarily Anishinabe First Nations around Lake Superior. In this assignment, you will first provide a brief background to the treaties the British (and then Canadian) government signed with Indigenous nations. Then you will briefly explain […]
pick one read,Cite the information and analysis you provide. Explain what you learned in your own words,and do your best to synthesize the authors’ analyses into your own original analysis; do not rely exclusively on quotations from the readings to make your points. just 300 words
Question 1: How did London’s geography and physical fabric change between 1500 and 1800? Question 2: How did new technologies affect the life of Londoners between 1500 and 1800? Question 3: How did the traumatic political events of 1640-1710 – the Civil wars, the Restoration, the Glorious Revolution – reshape London’s cultural and commercial life? [Please don’t tell me what happened; describe the impact of those events.] Please use also sources of: The Stone of London from “Leo Hollis” London – A social and cultural history, 1550-1750 from Robert O.Buchholz and Joseph P.Ward
writing a thorough and thoughtful 275-300 word essay that answers one of the following questions: 1. How does the attempt to control and codify plants and animals lead to eugenics? How are both of these views optimistic? Pessimistic? https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/mod/spencer-darwin.asp
response should be at least 500 words, double-spaced, and submitted as a Word or PDF document. Please look at the sample written assignment contained within this module prior to completing this assignment. need to answers to the questions. Questions are attached. this questions are in the book named “Going to the Source” page 286.
answer 2 questions Evaluate Richard Nixon’s presidency. Aside from Watergate, should he be considered a good president? Compare the Iran-contra scandal to Watergate. In your opinion, which one posed the greater threat to constitutional principles, Watergate or Irangate? Explain.
Write a letter addressed to President Lincoln explaining your stand point on slavery in the United States. You can write from any perspective you choose, but depending on the stance you take, whether for or against slavery, you must justify your reasons. Are you writing from the perspective of an Abolitionist, fighting for emancipation of the four million slaves, or do you see slavery as a necessary component to agricultural production in the Southern economy? Or maybe you are writing as a freed slave and have personal experience? APA format is not required for this letter as a more stylistic […]
1. Discuss three reasons for the failure of Reconstruction 2. Discuss the formation of separate institutions for Blacks and Whites after the Civil War? (churches, schools, social organizations). 3. Discuss reasons why African American men received the right to vote but not the right to land ownership? 4. How does a College Senate meeting where committees discuss or approve new education curriculums show leadership? -answer in at least 6 sentences 5. How does attending leadership conferences show leadership? – answer in at least 6 sentences
5-6 page persuasive commentary on • Since the 1950s American Popular Culture has deeply impacted our society. Over the past few decades we have seen a plethora of various types of media that have become an integral part of our society. Television, the internet, various forms of music to name. With such ongoing developments has come both praise and criticism. The current state of American Popular Culture has reached a tipping point?