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Changes in the Plantations, 1800-1860
After the American Revolution, the young nation turned into rebuilding and industrialization. The differences between the colder North and the much milder South however are stark. The North heavily industrialized, opening up factories in key cities (New York, Chicago) while the South continued to develop and reap the benefits of the massive plantations. Soon, the factory centers of the North became urbanized redefining the meaning and idea of what a 'city' looks like. Ideas also differed in relation to slavery. The North believed in emancipation - freeing the slaves. While Southern planation owners who were heavily dependent on slave labour did not agree ...
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U.S. history between European settlement and Reconstruction
Write a 5-8 page paper about three individuals who had a significant impact on US history from the time of settlement to Reconstruction. All individuals should be contemporaries (live at more or less the same time). One should be a political leader, one a writer or artist, and one a figure from any other field (religion, business, education, etc.) Additionally, you will illustrate your argument with a visual presentation.
Your paper should be based on at least five sources, including a scholarly journal article and three primary sources, and provide the following information about each person:
An explanation for why you chose these individuals, what made them important historical figures.
Biographical information (childhood, education, occupation).
Information about the era in which they lived - what were the major events or problems of the country during that period that affected your subject?
The historical legacy of each person - what did they accomplish, did they change the world, whom did they influence?
A conclusion about what was important about the people and the era they lived in.
For your presentation, you should gather a variety of media: examples might include portraits, images of documents important to the individual, images of the country at the time.
You may present your images on a website on a free site like Weebly.com, or you may create a presentation in a Web 2.0 application such as Prezi (prezi.com), Voicethread (voicethread.com), or a PowerPoint saved to PDF or YouTube format.
The illustrative presentation should include visual representations (images, videos or recordings), captions or a voice-over providing an explanation of the representations, and a Suggested Readings page. All captions should include the source of the image and a short explanation of its importance.
Summary of Requirements:
A five- to eight-page paper (1,500 words minimum) on three important figures from an era in U.S. history between European settlement and Reconstruction. The paper must be well-organized and:
Be in APA format
Have an introduction and strong thesis
Make use of support and examples supporting your thesis
Finish with a forceful conclusion reiterating your argument.
Reflect correct APA citation style and include a page of works cited. The works cited should include, but need not be limited to, those you submitted for your draft bibliography: at least five substantial Web sites or books. Among these five sources must be a scholarly journal article and at least three primary sources.
An online presentation (may be a file in PowerPoint, or a Web 2.0 application) uploaded to the dropbox below. The presentation should include:
At least five images from three different media sources and an annotated bibliography or a "suggested reading" list for your audience. Your suggested reading list may be different from the works cited list for your paper, and should include the most interesting sources you have found. The list should contain at least five substantial Web sites or primary sources. Among these five sources must be a scholarly journal article and at least three primary sources.
Captions for each image
Annotations for each source. "Annotation" means you will write a sentence or two for each source listed which tells the reader what is worthwhile about this source.