Assess both Patriot and British strengths and weaknesses when the Revolution began. How did the United States win the War against such a powerful adversary?
Please read the following: -Pages 261 to 265, The Lincoln- Douglas Debates (1858) at the following link: http://mark.levengood.people.cpcc.edu/HIS131/FonerDocs1/FonerCh13_HouseDivided.pdf -Abraham Lincoln, Address at Sanitary Fair Baltimore (1864) at: http://teachingamericanhistory.org/library/document/address-at-a-s
Discuss George Washington, the first President of the United States.
In this posting, students will learn how wars in Europe spread to the American colonies. The role of Native Americans in the conflict between Britain and France will be explained. The Albany plan of Union will also be explained.
In this posting, students will identify the elements of the Declaration of Independence. They will also explain why it was drafted.
In the posting, students will explain the effects of the Proclamation of 1763 on English colonies in America.
In this posting, students will learn how Britain's attempt to maintain control over the colonies led to conflict and massacre.
Hello, During the nineteenth century reformers took on a number of issues. How does Frederick Douglass condemn slavery within his Fourth of July speech? In what ways does Angelina Grimke move from abolition to women's rights in her thinking? Here are the readings provided to answer this question: Frederick Douglass on t
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, busine
Marbury v. Madison was a major subject that diffused a foremost interest to many common Americans. Many people were intrigue with its circumstances and also animated to see the outcome or the results. William Marbury was promised to become the Justice of the Peace by John Adams in his "midnight appointments" prior to his depart
What were the real causes of the Korean was? Please provide a review of the causes of the Korean wars in a detailed historical non-biased format.
Reflecting back on to your own past experience, how American society has changed over the span of your life. Not looking for any major political or international events, just focusing more on the day-to-day life in America from when you were younger to now such as cost of products and services, entertainment, etc. What do you th
Why did some Founding Fathers think that the Constitution might endanger freedom? What is the response of those who favoured the Constitution - how did they think it would protect freedom or improve on the Articles of Confederation? Provide APA citations to support your statements.
I'm analyzing the "Reagan Revolution" and the impact it had on American society and its culture. Attached is the back ground history to include three questions about the revolution.
Describe life in Europe at the time the explorations of the New World began. Which experiences might have contributed to the willingness of Europeans to get involved in colonization? Compare the development of England's colonies in New England to those in the South. What were their similarities? What were their major differen
What was the American foreign policy in the 1930s, and what were the arguments in favour of isolationism? How and why did America's isolationist stance erode entering into the 1940s? How did American foreign policy goals shape the American approach to the war? Provided is the background to this discussion to include some r
Only the wars in Afghanistan and Vietnam lasted longer than the Revolutionary War. Why was the war so lengthy and what were the costs involved for the British and for the Americans? You might consider not only loss of life and munitions, but also political, social and actual economic costs. Please help me with 2-3 pages of co
I need help discussing the Salem witchcraft hysteria. Evaluate the participants by answering the following questions: - Who were the accusers (what part of society)? - What do their fears tell us about the beliefs and society in this period? - Why did the trials come to an end? - What does the outcome of the trials tell us
As American foreign policy grew more interventionist and aggressive from the 1890s to the early twentieth century, what were the key points during this period that led to the Filipino Insurrection? When this went down, how was this perceived in the U.S? What justifications and arguments were used for/against colonization?
Who were the muckrakers, and what contributions did they make? Overall, what impact did these contributions have on the Progressive movement at large?
In the late 20th Century, economic globalization transformed the United States. Explain what globalization is and describe how it affected the US economy and population in the 1990s
When Ronald Reagan died in 2004, he was widely hailed as one of the greatest American presidents and credited with ending (and winning) the Cold War. Evaluate Ronald Reagan's legacy in the United States and in international affairs. What were his administration's most significant domestic and international achievements? Failure
The Reagan Revolution (and the ending of the Cold War) brought about and witnessed great changes here in America and around the world. Both ends of the American political spectrum changed significantly in the 1970s and 1980s. Describe these changes, and discuss how they shaped contemporary American politics.
During the 1960s, African Americans made substantial gains in asserting their freedoms and rights. how did the civil rights movement produce significant social change not only for African Americans, but also for Native Americans, Latinos and women?
US involvement in Vietnam and how this helped divide Americans. Discuss the range of American responses to the war. How did they change over time? How did domestic political concerns shape the country's response to the war? How did the war shape domestic politics in the 1960s and early 1970s? Cite Sources
Both Grant and Sherman pursued a new type of warfare. Explain the change in strategy these men employed. Note a battle or campaign in which each man used this new strategy. Finally, was this strategy effective? Why or why not?
Compare and contrast the political attitudes toward slavery of Stephen A. Douglas with those of Abraham Lincoln. What were the results of the Lincoln-Douglas Debates?
During the Civil War, the tragic character Robert E. Lee came to the forefront with his impact upon the war. If you were in Lee's position, what would you have done in relation to either supporting the Union or supporting your state? Please respond to this question with the following two factors in mind: think of the feeling and
Vietnam played such a large role in the history of America, particularly in the 1960's and 1970's, that it is easy to forget that we were involved in that country the decade previous. Beginning in the 1950s, maintaining a non-Communist South Vietnam became crucial in American efforts to contain communism. What was the nati
Explain who benefited from the Indian Removal Act. What were the benefits? What were the problems with the Act? I understand the benefits were expansion of White settlement and the increase in cotton production in the southern states. I also understand the act was intended to be voluntary, but turned into a forced removal. Ho