Assimilation of Native Americans is an important issue in the history of United States. It describes how the Federal government and land hungry whites tried to assimilate Native Americans into the mainstream of American life. Look into the course of assimilation and its results. The Dawes Act of 1877 was passed to reform and civ
Analyze, explain and describe what assimilation is and why it was important to the newly arrived immigrants. Also explain and describe the factors that enabled immigrants to assimilate into American society. Also discuss and explain where most immigrants came from during the 19th Century. Finally, discuss, explain and d
George C. Marshall, the Secretary of State, presented The Marshall Plan, also Known as the European Recovery Plan (ERP), at Harvard University on June 5, 1947. The main objective of the plan was to provide European countries substantial economic aid in order to prevent the collapse of their governments before the Soviets. Wha
What were the key events that lead to the Partition of India in 1944? Additionally, evalute the relative success of the partition.
Chapter 28 - 1) What really happened in NYC on September 11, 2001? Do we really know? 2) Many Americans when asking why 9/11 happened were told by the government that radical Islamists hate our freedom. What does US policy in the Mideast have to do with radical Islam? 3) Could the airplanes make the Twin Towers collap
1) What is the War on Terrorism? 2) What events historically led up to it? How far back could/should we go? 3) Both major parties say of terrorists that "they hate us for our freedom". How likely is this as being true? Is there any evidence to support that stance? Who are they (Al Qaeda)? 4) Are there other reasons for
1) What was the role of government in the Civil Rights Era? 2) What were the main programs of JFK and LBJ that addressed inequality in America and what was meant by the Great Society? Which programs were successful? Which ones failed and why? 3) What were the historical roots of this period? 4) What makes this period
Give an explanation as to why the Great Plains were settled in the 1800's. List the government initiatives, as well as the difficulties which were present in living on the Great Plains. How did changes in technology benefit the settlers?
Many Europeans settled the Great Plains in the 1860s and 1870s. However, these settlers often went to great lengths to preserve their native culture within their communities. What methods did they use to retain their cultural characteristics?
Considering the muckraking journalists, Sinclair, Mitford, and Woodward and Bernstein, 1) What is socially/politically compelling about the topic these journalists discuss? 2) What possible solutions do each of these journalists offer? 3) What role do these people play in the construction of our history?
I have some questions about Foner's Chapter 23 and Kinzer's book "Overthrow". 1) What effect did the Cold War have on American culture? What about effects with regard to anti-communism? 2) How did the sentiment of a national security state created along with the CIA and House Committee on Un-American Activities' (HUAC) Bl
I have some questions: 1) America in the 1950's is referred to as "The Affluent Society." What does that mean specifically? 2) Who was excluded from this "promise" of success in America and how do the issues of race, gender, and class play out here? 3) How is this seen across what's called the "consumer culture," in the r
More questions regarding Foner's text and his meanings in Chapter 21, as well as Zinn's book Chapter 4. 1) FDR's response to the Great Depression was called the New Deal, but what did this mean, according to Foner and Zinn, and how was it a shift away from traditional American politics? 2) What were the major problems with
I have some questions. 1) What does Foner mean by "The Birth of Civil Liberties" in his book? For whom and in what context? I am looking for specific cases, like the Palmer Raids. 2) What are the parallels to the present in terms of civil liberties and crackdowns post 9/11? Where are they and are they constitutionally jus
Was the Treaty of Versailles (1919) a radical departure from President Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points? What problems faced the design of the Treaty of Versailles? Why did the United States' Senate refuse to ratify the Treaty of Versailles?
1. In regards to Nixon's actions, do you feel his actions were out of line compared to other presidents? Or do you think he just had the bad luck of getting caught? 2. Will we ever know what was on the missing part of the tape (infamous missing 18 minutes)? In regards to Nixon's actions, do you feel his actions were out of
Describe and evaluate the reasons for the rapid rise and fall of the Populist Party. What strengths and weaknesses did the party exhibit? What is the overall significance of the Populist Party?
I am looking for help from someone who read Carl Jensen's book and understands it well. 1) What is the background of the author and how is it relevant to the understanding the purpose of the book? 2) What is the thesis of the book? How successful is the author of getting his point across to the reader and does he really pr
What led to the emergence of an American middle class? How did the structure and nature of the family change with this emergence?
The 1920s were a decade of great prosperity for a great many people even though it was capped on both ends by very dark events. when selecting events so that you do not choose events that span several years as you need a unique event for each year. The info you will select for each year needs to be fully detailed so that the rea
World War I introduced numerous new technologies to warfare that led to never before seen casualties as a result of the fighting
World War I introduced numerous new technologies to warfare that led to never before seen casualties as a result of the fighting. For this connection you will create a power point presentation that details the four following new technologies of World War I: Machine Guns, Aircraft, Tanks, and Poison Gas. Please include a list of
Imagine you are immigrating to the United States in the early 1900s. For each stage of immigration listed, (Passage, Arrival, Ethnic Neighbourhoods, and Citizenship) list one thing that you as an immigrant to the United States would be looking forward to and one thing that you would be afraid of when coming to this new country.
Complete the "Who, What When, Where and Why" of J.P. Morgan, Andrew Carnegie, and John D. Rockefeller.
How did Roosevelt's New Deal (1932-1944) bring about social, economic, and political change in U.S. Society following the Great Depression?
What was the debate between President Johnson and the Republicans over the rightful power of the federal government and the states?
What was the purpose of the Monroe Doctrine enacted in 1823? What events in the European political atmosphere led to its creation? Which were the main points of the Monroe Doctrine?
What were some of Thomas Jefferson's accomplishments? What is meant by the term "Jeffersonian" ? How did Thomas Jefferson's own beliefs compare with what we know today as Jeffersonian ideals?
What problems did the new nation experience under the Articles of Confederation? Why did these problems develop?
Compare and contrast what is considered "the Rise of Consumer Society" in both the Upper and Middle classes. American sports became big business in the Gilded Age. Describe the rise of professional sports in America, and explain how capitalism was evident within it.
In 1910, the non-agricultural working force was made up of approximately 38 million men and women, many of whom labored in factories. Frustrated by exploitive working conditions and terrible poverty, some Americans started to protest. They were joined by artists, journalists, politicians, and intellectuals who adopted their caus