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Who is the most courageous person in US History (1492- 1865)? COURAGEOUS: not de

Who is the most courageous person in US History (1492- 1865)?
COURAGEOUS: not deterred by danger or pain; brave.
For your paper you will be selecting and then defending the person that you think is the most courageous in US History in the time frame listed above.
Research Paper criteria:
**BACKGROUND on your historical figure including important historical events
** STORYTELLING: Include fun and interesting facts about your historical figure. What makes them human and relatable?
**DEFEND why your historical figure is the MOST COURAGEOUS in US History? How does your figure embrace courage and the American spirit?
** OPINION: state your personal opinion and reflect on why you think this person should go down in history as the most courageous person in US History
ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS:
APA FORMAT: Including title page, abstract, reference page IN-TEXT CITATIONS ARE A MUST!
4 Sources Minimum
5 Pages of text (not including title page, abstract or reference page)
Font, New Times Roman, DOUBLE SPACED, 1 inch margins

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American History

Review Federalist Paper #10 and discuss why Madison Feared “factions”, how he th

Review Federalist Paper #10 and discuss why Madison Feared “factions”, how he thought the Constitution would Control them and whether you think that it did.
Prepare a two (2) to three (3) page essay that analyzes and interprets this topic. This assignment will be submitted as a paper document, using Microsoft Word, 12pt. font size, Times New Roman, or Arial font type.
Students are expected to perform additional research as necessary to support the information provided in their paper. All assignments are required to be completed using correct spelling and grammar usage in APA format. It is strongly suggested that students utilize Grammarly, Smarthinking, SafeAssign Pre-Check, and the APA Style Guide as resources when preparing all assignments.
https://www.gradesaver.com/the-federalist-papers/study-guide/summary-essay-10

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American History

How did North and South compare in terms of resources and preparation for the Ci

How did North and South compare in terms of resources and preparation for the Civil War?
Essays must be 300-350 words and properly cited in Chicago style.
PLEASE ADD FOOTNOTES
please add the following to document
Name: Amany Hweih
Intructor: Professor Finley
Course: AMH1010
Date: Nov 25,2022

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American History

Using the links above, answer the following questions . Make sure to use textual

Using the links above, answer the following questions . Make sure to use textual evidence and examples from the readings. All directions

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American History

Before diving into the four primary sources over a complex topic, you will first

Before diving into the four primary sources over a complex topic, you will first need to watch a documentary on the Cherokee Indian Removal to provide historical context and understanding of this time period and relevant events. The documentary, “We Shall Remain: Trail of Tears (Episode 3)” is from the PBS series, American Experience (airs weekly on your local PBS station, channel 8). This documentary is about 70 minutes and you access it through UH Libraries.
Access the documentary here (free) through UH Libraries (try both if one doesn’t work for you):
https://video-alexanderstreet-com.ezproxy.lib.uh.edu/watch/we-shall-remain-trail-of-tears?context=channel:american-experience
https://login.ezproxy.lib.uh.edu/login?qurl=https://video.alexanderstreet.com/watch/we-shall-remain-trail-of-tears
Answer the below questions as you view the documentary:
We Shall Remain- Trail of Tears
Activity 1: Answer the following questions about the documentary
Key Figures:
The Ridge= Major Ridge
John Ridge
Elias Boudinot
The Ridge Faction is also The Treaty Party
John Ross
Worchester v. Georgia (pronounced “Wooster”)- 1832 Supreme Court decision
Telling an historical experience relies on evidence. What types of evidence are used in the documentary? Explain some of the pros and cons of these different types of evidence.
What type of evidence do you find the most compelling? Explain why?
How did the concept of land ownership differ for Cherokee and white settlers?
What was the principle issue in the Worcester v Georgia Supreme Court case? How did the Court respond? How did Georgia respond? How did President Jackson respond?
What caused the split between Chief John Ross and the Ridges? Why did the Ridge Faction (Treaty Party) go forward with negotiations in the Treaty of New Echota, 1835?
After the U.S. Congress ratified the Treaty of New Echota, why did only 2,000 Cherokee participate in the removal while another 16,000 remained in their homeland?
Whose side would you have supported- Ross or Ridge? Explain your position.
Was there an alternative to Removal?
Activity 2 on Next Page-
Activity 2: Cherokee Removal through Primary Sources
After watching the documentary, you will better understand the primary source documents for Activity 2. The following primary sources can help us better understand how Indigenous life and culture changed as a result of contact with Europeans and living in close proximity to Americans. Click the links to view the sources and transcript (click “show full description” for transcript, where available). Submit your answers to the questions for each source. Please provide a full paragraph (with complete sentences) for each source.
Source 1: Andrew Jackson
– A letter from President Andrew Jackson to the Cherokee Nation (this is typed, so there is no transcript)
Answer the following questions over this source:
– What is the author’s point of view and purpose?
– Who is the audience?
– What is the explicit message of the source?
– Is this a source in support of, or opposition to, Removal? What words or ideas in the source lead you to this conclusion?
– What were the main arguments made by the U.S. representative to articulate their position? Were these arguments compelling? Why or why not?
Source 2: John Ross
– An excerpt from the “Memorial and Protest of the Cherokee Nation.”
Answer the following questions over this source:
– What is the author’s point of view and purpose?
– Who is the audience?
– What is the explicit message of the source?
– Is this a source in support of, or opposition to, Removal? What words or ideas in the source lead you to this conclusion?
– What arguments did Cherokee people make to articulate their position? Were these arguments compelling? Why or why not?
Source 3: Cherokee Census Information
– The compilation of population and personal property statistics.
Answer the following question over this source:
– What do the population and property statistics tell us about Cherokee life in the period prior to their removal?
Source 4: Brigadier General Wool
– The message from Brigadier General John E. Wool
Answer the following questions over this source:
– What is the author’s point of view and purpose?
– Who is the audience?
– What is the explicit message of the source?
– How does this sources help us better understand what Cherokees experienced on their forced removal journey? What words or phrases stick out to you?

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American History

Describe the inspiration, strategy, and consequences of John Brown’s raid on Har

Describe the inspiration, strategy, and consequences of John Brown’s raid on Harpers Ferry, Virginia, in October, 1859.
Essays must be 300-350 words and properly cited in Chicago style
PLEASE USE FOOTNOTES
please provide the following
Name: Amany Hweih
Instructor: Professor Finley
Course: AMH1010
Date: Nov 21, 2022

Categories
American History

Before diving into the four primary sources over a complex topic, you will first

Before diving into the four primary sources over a complex topic, you will first need to watch a documentary on the Cherokee Indian Removal to provide historical context and understanding of this time period and relevant events. The documentary, “We Shall Remain: Trail of Tears (Episode 3)” is from the PBS series, American Experience (airs weekly on your local PBS station, channel 8). This documentary is about 70 minutes and you access it through UH Libraries.
Access the documentary here (free) through UH Libraries (try both if one doesn’t work for you):
https://video-alexanderstreet-com.ezproxy.lib.uh.edu/watch/we-shall-remain-trail-of-tears?context=channel:american-experience
https://login.ezproxy.lib.uh.edu/login?qurl=https://video.alexanderstreet.com/watch/we-shall-remain-trail-of-tears
Answer the below questions as you view the documentary:
We Shall Remain- Trail of Tears
Activity 1: Answer the following questions about the documentary
Key Figures:
The Ridge= Major Ridge
John Ridge
Elias Boudinot
The Ridge Faction is also The Treaty Party
John Ross
Worchester v. Georgia (pronounced “Wooster”)- 1832 Supreme Court decision
Telling an historical experience relies on evidence. What types of evidence are used in the documentary? Explain some of the pros and cons of these different types of evidence.
What type of evidence do you find the most compelling? Explain why?
How did the concept of land ownership differ for Cherokee and white settlers?
What was the principle issue in the Worcester v Georgia Supreme Court case? How did the Court respond? How did Georgia respond? How did President Jackson respond?
What caused the split between Chief John Ross and the Ridges? Why did the Ridge Faction (Treaty Party) go forward with negotiations in the Treaty of New Echota, 1835?
After the U.S. Congress ratified the Treaty of New Echota, why did only 2,000 Cherokee participate in the removal while another 16,000 remained in their homeland?
Whose side would you have supported- Ross or Ridge? Explain your position.
Was there an alternative to Removal?
Activity 2 on Next Page-
Activity 2: Cherokee Removal through Primary Sources
After watching the documentary, you will better understand the primary source documents for Activity 2. The following primary sources can help us better understand how Indigenous life and culture changed as a result of contact with Europeans and living in close proximity to Americans. Click the links to view the sources and transcript (click “show full description” for transcript, where available). Submit your answers to the questions for each source. Please provide a full paragraph (with complete sentences) for each source.
Source 1: Andrew Jackson
– A letter from President Andrew Jackson to the Cherokee Nation (this is typed, so there is no transcript)
Answer the following questions over this source:
– What is the author’s point of view and purpose?
– Who is the audience?
– What is the explicit message of the source?
– Is this a source in support of, or opposition to, Removal? What words or ideas in the source lead you to this conclusion?
– What were the main arguments made by the U.S. representative to articulate their position? Were these arguments compelling? Why or why not?
Source 2: John Ross
– An excerpt from the “Memorial and Protest of the Cherokee Nation.”
Answer the following questions over this source:
– What is the author’s point of view and purpose?
– Who is the audience?
– What is the explicit message of the source?
– Is this a source in support of, or opposition to, Removal? What words or ideas in the source lead you to this conclusion?
– What arguments did Cherokee people make to articulate their position? Were these arguments compelling? Why or why not?
Source 3: Cherokee Census Information
– The compilation of population and personal property statistics.
Answer the following question over this source:
– What do the population and property statistics tell us about Cherokee life in the period prior to their removal?
Source 4: Brigadier General Wool
– The message from Brigadier General John E. Wool
Answer the following questions over this source:
– What is the author’s point of view and purpose?
– Who is the audience?
– What is the explicit message of the source?
– How does this sources help us better understand what Cherokees experienced on their forced removal journey? What words or phrases stick out to you?

Categories
American History

Who is the most courageous person in US History (1492- 1865)? COURAGEOUS: not de

Who is the most courageous person in US History (1492- 1865)?
COURAGEOUS: not deterred by danger or pain; brave.
For your paper you will be selecting and then defending the person that you think is the most courageous in US History in the time frame listed above.
Research Paper criteria:
**BACKGROUND on your historical figure including important historical events
** STORYTELLING: Include fun and interesting facts about your historical figure. What makes them human and relatable?
**DEFEND why your historical figure is the MOST COURAGEOUS in US History? How does your figure embrace courage and the American spirit?
** OPINION: state your personal opinion and reflect on why you think this person should go down in history as the most courageous person in US History
ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS:
APA FORMAT: Including title page, abstract, reference page IN-TEXT CITATIONS ARE A MUST!
4 Sources Minimum
5 Pages of text (not including title page, abstract or reference page)
Font, New Times Roman, DOUBLE SPACED, 1 inch margins

Categories
American History

Review Federalist Paper #10 and discuss why Madison Feared “factions”, how he th

Review Federalist Paper #10 and discuss why Madison Feared “factions”, how he thought the Constitution would Control them and whether you think that it did.
Prepare a two (2) to three (3) page essay that analyzes and interprets this topic. This assignment will be submitted as a paper document, using Microsoft Word, 12pt. font size, Times New Roman, or Arial font type.
Students are expected to perform additional research as necessary to support the information provided in their paper. All assignments are required to be completed using correct spelling and grammar usage in APA format. It is strongly suggested that students utilize Grammarly, Smarthinking, SafeAssign Pre-Check, and the APA Style Guide as resources when preparing all assignments.
https://www.gradesaver.com/the-federalist-papers/study-guide/summary-essay-10

Categories
American History

Describe the inspiration, strategy, and consequences of John Brown’s raid on Har

Describe the inspiration, strategy, and consequences of John Brown’s raid on Harpers Ferry, Virginia, in October, 1859.
Essays must be 300-350 words and properly cited in Chicago style
PLEASE USE FOOTNOTES
please provide the following
Name: Amany Hweih
Instructor: Professor Finley
Course: AMH1010
Date: Nov 21, 2022