September 11, 2019

History discussion

What did freedom mean to the formerly enslaved laborers emancipated at the end of the Civil War? How did they express their new found freedom? . . . First, you must write more than 100 words of your thoughts on the topics presented. Discussions should end with questions. You’ll also need to provide more historical details to support your answer and address your reading challenges yourself. (to use ‘Voices of Freedom: A Documentary History’) Second, you have to write 75 words in two texts. When you give me your works, I will give you two paragraphs to answer. Then, you […]
September 11, 2019

Analyzing the American Revolution

Discussion, Among historians, there have generally been two main interpretations of the Revolution. The first, as espoused by scholars like Gordon Wood, argues that the revolution is “the most important event in American history.” In their view, the Revolution was a watershed moment that completely transformed American society. Meanwhile, scholars like Bernard Bailyn have argued that the ideological origins of the revolution were actually based on much older ideas, and the American Revolution thus didn’t herald in a new era nor was it a transformative moment. Please write at least one paragraph explaining which interpretation of the Revolution you find […]
September 11, 2019

How were Sciencists influenced and impacted by Technological change or advanced in knowledge

No writing required as I already did in my weekly post. Need help in Organizing it in to 8 pages. My group is Scientists. Attached is my weekly post. You can just copy and past but use transitions and organize them to match one thing to talk about as required from Instructor requirement below. ———————————————————————– Your final paper will be a case study of how a single group (men, women, scientists, philosophers, leaders, etc.) over the course of history (from ancient time through the 20th century) were influenced by the changes in technology or advances in knowledge. In other words, […]
September 11, 2019

Shay’s Rebellion

U.S. History to 1870 In 1787, a former Continental Army officer named Daniel Shays led an armed rebellion in Massachusetts against the newly formed American republic. Men from several western counties, many of them Revolutionary war veterans from leading families, violently opposed the high taxes levied by the legislature to pay war debts. It was an ironic turn of events. In the 1760s, the British – looking for ways to pay their debt for the Seven Years War – decided to tax the colonists to increase British revenue. As we know, this led to the American Revolution. In the 1780s, […]
September 11, 2019

History Lesson Plan

Design a teachable lesson for either a sixth-grade or a seventh-grade world history course. Your teachable lesson should include a detailed outline and it must be arranged accordingly. Needs to be college level writing along with at least 10 pages, and should be a lesson plan using Simon Bolivar, his accomplishments and dream for Latin America (Gran Colombia), and his disappointment with Gran Colombia. Attached are the essay that goes with the lesson plan, the guidelines for the lesson plan and an example of what is expected on the lesson plan.
September 11, 2019

The Civil War continues to be a powerful story that has never lost its appeal to the general public

The Lessons of Unit IV present the build-up, explosion, and aftermath of an event that most would rank as among the most consequential in American History. The Civil War continues to be a powerful story that has never lost its appeal to the general public. Go to any American bookstore today and there will be a section devoted entirely to the Civil War, with World War II being the only other topic receiving as much attention. For this discussion post, I want you to write two letters that reflect what you have learned about how the Civil War affected the […]
September 11, 2019

Dr. Malcolm Frierson’s novel, A Place in the World

1 Dr. Malcolm Frierson’s novel, A Place in the World. 2 Compare and contrast the world views of Dr. Kwame Baako and Abena (Evelyn Bradley). How do their views pertain to the histories of slavery, the African diaspora and African Americans? In what ways do the places of Baltimore, Ghana and Georgia shape their views? How and why did they adopt Kofi? After their divorce, how did Kwame and Evelyn change? What efforts do they take to raise or influence Kofi? What were some of Kofi’s challenges? Finally, analyze what happened to Kofi in the end
September 11, 2019

Class and American Life

Discussion, Class and American Life DUE TODAY, MAY 10, 2018 @ 11:30 PM (EASTERN TIME). IF FOR ANY REASON YOU FEEL YOU CANNOT COMPLETE THE ASSIGNMENT ON TIME PLEASE DO NOT PLACE A BID. THANK YOU! One of the most significant political debates during the presidency of Andrew Jackson concerned re-chartering the Bank of the United States. In his veto of the bank’s charter, Jackson railed against monied interests in American politics. After analyzing Jackson’s Veto Message (Links to an external site, IN A FEW PARAGRAPHS, Discuss the role of class in early American history. Was class a major […]
September 11, 2019

How the war began

One of the things we always discuss in my face-to-face classes with regards to the Spanish-American War is how the war began. The explosion of the battleship Maine was the catalyst for the US going to war in Spain and thus acquiring an empire. However, while Spain was blamed for the explosion of the ship, it was not actually at fault. My question to you all is whether it matters? Do the reasons for going for war actually matter or do the ends justify the means? Most people do not question nowadays how we have Puerto Rico, or Guam, or […]
September 11, 2019

Attack Ads of the Antebellum Era

Please ensure to read directions and complete assignment on time and correctly. Due Monday, May 14, 2018 @ 9:00 AM (Eastern Time). The assignment is a Blog Post no longer than one page. One of the main focuses of this week’s readings was the development of political parties and political life and discourse of the Early Republic and Antebellum era, which is roughly the period from 1789 to 1860. has made “modern” attack ads by using direct quotes from John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. In public comments, political rivals frequently attacked not only their opponents credibility and policies, but […]
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