History Question

Parts 1 and 2 of the Mid term between 9 A M and 3 P M on June 14. Part 1 consists of 10 multiple choice questions that you have 15 minutes to finish once you have started. Part 2 is worth consists of one essay question. Go to “modules” and scroll down and you will see a mid term module containing everything.

In need a write-up on the 2 topics mentioned below; I need it done in 24 hours.  Be sure to

In need a write-up on the 2 topics mentioned below; I need it done in 24 hours.

 Be sure to FULLY support your argument with historical information in a multi-paragraph write-up with a minimum of 350 words (include introduction, body, and conclusion paragraphs.) 

 1)    Was race identified with slavery before the era of European exploration? Why or why not? How did slavery’s association with race change the institution’s character?

2)    What is meant by the Columbian Exchange? Who was affected the most by the exchange?

 You must CITE all sources used within the text of your write up (using in-text citations) and provide a Works Cited Page of those sources 

Required Resources Read/review the following resources for this activity: Textbook: Chapter 7, 8 Lesson Link (website): Articles of Confederation

Required Resources
Read/review the following resources for this activity:

Textbook: Chapter 7, 8
Lesson
Link (website): Articles of Confederation (1777)
Minimum of 1 scholarly source (in addition to the textbook)
Initial Post
For the initial post, address the following:

Pick two (2) issues of the Articles of Confederation and describe the main problems that the United States was faced with under the Federation government.
Analyze two major debates (see textbook Section 7.4) by which the Constitution was created in the summer of 1787.
Then, address one (1) of the following to your initial post:

Discuss the ratification process of the Constitution of 1787.
How did ratification lead to the formation of America’s first two political parties, the Federalists and Anti-Federalist?
What were the major differences between the Federalist and Anti-Federalist, and who were the best-known members of each party?

Choose three chapters of our textbook, The Houses of History. From the second part of each chapter -i.e. the

Choose three chapters of our textbook, The Houses of History. From the second part of each chapter -i.e. the article by a historian- quote eight (8) sentences, each followed by a sentence of your own explaining how the quote relates to the first part of that or any other chapter. [For example, how does “Oedipus and the Devil” relate to the first part of chapter 4 on “Psychoanalysis and History?”]

You will be quoting 24 sentences (8 from each chapter) and composing 24 sentences of your own. Make sure all quotes and sentences of your own have substantial content and are clearly related to each other. [On average, all sentences should be 2-3 lines.]

You don’t need an introduction or a conclusion. Nor do the three parts of your final need to be related to each other.

The book that is used is called “houses of history”
I only have it on chegg so let me know if you have trouble with that. I also need it to be at least 4 or 5 chapters not three.

Textbook: a. Title: Many Europes: Choice and Chance in Western Civilization b. Authors: Paul E. Dutton, et.al. c. Edition

Textbook: a. Title: Many Europes: Choice and Chance in Western Civilization b. Authors: Paul E. Dutton, et.al. c. Edition and Date: 2014.

Your essay should be 2–3 pages, double-spaced, 12-point, Times New Roman. Place your name, course number and section number at the top of the page. Make sure that you place your source(s) for your information at the bottom of the page. There is a 40% deduction for a lack of a bibliography—including details concerning the source (author, title, date and place of publication, and publisher for books, articles, etc.) and/or website (author and title, as well as URL of the site for Internet sources.)
Instructions:
Read 1066: How Much has Changed?, p.251 in the textbook and answer both essay questions below, considering the impact of events on everyday people. The essay is due by 11:59pm on May 13, 2022.
Questions:
How and why do “big” events impact “little” or “ordinary” people?
Why was the Battle of Hastings so important for the destiny of the ordinary people of England?

Textbook: a. Title: Many Europes: Choice and Chance in Western Civilization b. Authors: Paul E. Dutton, et.al. c. Edition

Textbook: a. Title: Many Europes: Choice and Chance in Western Civilization b. Authors: Paul E. Dutton, et.al. c. Edition and Date: 2014.

Your essay should be 2–3 pages, double-spaced, 12-point, Times New Roman. Place your name, course number and section number at the top of the page. Make sure that you place your source(s) for your information at the bottom of the page. There is a 40% deduction for a lack of a bibliography—including details concerning the source (author, title, date and place of publication, and publisher for books, articles, etc.) and/or website (author and title, as well as URL of the site for Internet sources.)
Instructions:
Read A Pope Calls for Crusade, pp.258-9 in the textbook and answer both essay questions given below.
Questions:
Why was the First Crusade fought?
Was the Christian call-to-arms justified? Why or why not? Defend your answer.

Reflection 6

How did the U.S. role in World War II and the Cold War affect our understanding and commitment to freedom and democracy?
in international relations
at home within the U.S. in terms of freedom and equality
Think about this question and then develop your thesis for both 1 and 2.
Please write 18 different paragraphs, each paragraph must be 7 sentences or more, use the book below please
Book: Foner, Eric, Give Me Liberty!, Vol. 2, 6th ed., W.W. Norton: get EITHER the full edition Vol. 2 OR the Seagull edition Vol. 2. Make sure it is the 6th.  Foner, Voices of Freedom, Vol. 2, 6th ed., W.W. Norton W.W. Norton, Digital Resource Access for Give Me Liberty 6 th ed. Online access to text

URGENT (11 short answers needed in 1 hours)

1. What did the 1950s Termination policies entail?
2) What did the1950s Urban Relocation program entail?
3) How did both the Termination and Relocation policies build off of/differ from the policies made during the previous New Deal era?
4) How did the Termination and Relocation policies of the 1950s connect to the emerging American Indian Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s?
Compare/contrast 1973 Occupation of Wounded Knee with the Standing Rock Protest.
5) Identify 2 similarities between the protests.
6) Identify at least 2 differences between the protests.
7) What was the significance of each protest based on historical context?
8) What was the Alcatraz Proclamation arguing?
9) Who was the intended audience?
10) What type of tone was used, and why?
11) What was the significance or the symbolic reason for selecting the location of Alcatraz?

Plz consult the history of Aristotle and answer the following questions.

Please answer the following questions based on your knowledge of leadership
Who are they? When in history did they live and lead? Provide a summary of their accomplishments. What made them an influential leader?What great deeds or thoughts are they remembered for?What aspects of leadership were missing?Describe how they used power and their authority to succeed. Do you believe they were a good or bad leader and why? How might that leader have viewed our present world?

History Question

The teacher wants an approximately 800-word essay paper for the final. This is due May 10 at 12 PM and only gave us one day to complete it because it is the final.
In 1800 power changed hands in a federal election characterized as the Peaceful Revolution. Just over sixty years later the United States was torn apart by civil war. How do you account for this dramatic change in American life and what is its lasting impact?
The teacher’s words..
To answer the essay question adequately you will need to base your statements on course material – not on what you can find by simply Googling names and dates.
You will need to write an essay that specifically addresses the question, and that is based on evidence. General and unsubstantiated statements will not be adequate.
The essay question will focus on the causes of the Civil War and its impact on American society.
Some of the causal factors you may wish to consider will include:slavery
the southern economy
territorial expansion
sectionalism
white supremacy
congressional politics
presidential leadership

As you work your way through the list in preparation for the exam, make sure that you provide specific historical examples to underscore and support your argumentation.
Keep in mind and use a methodology we have referred to in class – accounting for change over time as well as continuity, noting causality and context, etc.
You should also be prepared to consider the aftermath of the Civil War and its lasting impact on American society. What has been the legacy of this defining conflict?
Like any good essay, yours should have an introduction, main body consisting of a series of paragraphs with topic sentences, and a conclusion.
There is no specific minimum word limit. You should aim rather to answer the question adequately. 800 words is a suggestion to guide you rather than limit you one way or another.

Create an outline. Begin with a list of questions that you would like to explore and answer for yourself.

Create an outline. Begin with a list of questions that you would like to explore and answer for yourself. What are the issues related to your topic? What are the crucial aspects of your topic? What is the highlight of the career of the artist or the artist’s contribution to a genre or to photography or to society? What photographic processes were employed? Do you discern a development of the artist’s career or an evolution of the form?
Make a preliminary list of photographic works you would like to discuss for your paper.

May I suggest you chose a different topic? How about James Van Der Zee as the topic? Take a look at this photographer’s work and let me know if you find his work interesting.

https://www.nga.gov/exhibitions/2021/james-van-der-zee-photographs-portrait-harlem.html
Please resubmit an outline after doing some research on his life and work.

Compare and contract 2 art pieces from “Central Asian Art” by Jean Paulr Manzo; Ferdinand Kouziomov (ISBN: 1859951589). Compare Essay

Compare and contract 2 art pieces from “Central Asian Art” by Jean Paulr Manzo; Ferdinand Kouziomov (ISBN: 1859951589).

Compare and contract object History, culture, elements or composition, and design. Finish with thoughts and feelings.

Use “Ancient arts of Central Asia” by Tamara Talbot Rice as an additional source.

Pick four additional sources:
“Central Asian Painting: From Afghanistan to Sinkang” by Mario Bussagli

“Sogdian Painting: The Pictorial Epic in Oriental Art” by Guitty Azarpay

“Treasures of the Great Silk Road” by Edgar Knobloch

“Central Asian Art” by Julian DePaulis

“Fabled Cities of Central Asia: Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva” by Robin Magowan; Grippenreiter Vadim E

“The Cambridge History of Early Inner Asia” by Denis Sinor

“Traditional Textiles of Central Asia” by Janet Harvey

“The Art of Gandhara in the Metropolitan Museum of Art” by Kurt A. Behrendt

“The Heritage of Central Asia: From Antiquity to the Turkish Expansion” by Richard N. Frye

“Lost Enlightenment: Central Asia’s Golden Age from the Arab Conquest to Tamerlane” by S. Frederick Starr

History Question

PART 1:
Required readings/book :
Traditions and Encounters: A Global Perspective on the Past, Bentley ANY EDITION!
After reading CHAPTER 31 . from the book: Traditions and Encounters: A Global Perspective on the Past, Bentley ANY EDITION address the following:(paying attention to the Key Terms attached below)
You will write 2 paragraphs answering the prompt questions. those paragraphs should be well-written and edited. Also, it should be no less than 300 words in length and address all aspects of the prompt.
Prompt 1: I want you to briefly describe changes in at least two of these Empires/Countries: Ottoman Empire, Russia, China, and Japan, and then compare and contrast them. You can answer questions like Did one of these societies thrive while another declined? Where there similar causes for the changes in these societies? Did outside interference by other nations have an impact on these societies…or any other things you can think of!
Note:

PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE pay attention and do not copy-paste anything from the internet that might be considered plagiarism. If you do so, I will request a refund immediately. The writing will be checked strictly against any kind of plagiarism.
I want you to use your own words. Do NOT copy-paste anything from the internet that might be considered plagiarism.
the essay must be 2 paragraphs and at least 300 words long(work cited not included).
PART 2:
Using a minimum of 160 words total in two paragraphs(80 words each).
After reading CHAPTER 30 :Write two paragraphs in which you will express your personal ideas and thoughts about the Prompt 2:
1) Tell the class something exciting that happened to you since the class began! (pretend that you are enrolled in this class, feel free to share anything )

2) What you found interesting, boring, shocking, etc about what you read in Chapter 30.(Feel free to share anything interesting )
Note:
Try to add to the thread.
You can share anything about the topic.
You can cite what you learned from this discussion.
You can add an AFFIRMATION, OR FEEDBACK about the topic.
LEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE pay attention and do not copy-paste anything from the internet that might be considered as plagiarism. If you do so, I will request a refund immediately. The writing will be checked strictly against any kind of plagiarism.
I want you to use your own words. Do NOT copy-paste anything from the internet that might be considered as plagiarism.

No religion, race, gender….. Possible Topics: JFK Assassination, 9/11, Vietnam War, Columbine Shooting, Battle of Gettysburg Here are a

No religion, race, gender…..

Possible Topics: JFK Assassination, 9/11, Vietnam War, Columbine Shooting, Battle of Gettysburg

Here are a few pointers to help you choose your topic:

Pick a topic that interests you. You’re likely to do more research, and do it faster, when you’re genuinely engaged by your topic.

Pick a topic that is credible and relevant. Avoid sensationalism; don’t waste your time trying to research the history of alien abductions or Elvis sightings. And make sure your topic is historically relevant—that is, a topic that requires you to do real historical research, not just express your opinions.
Narrow it down.

A topic that’s too broad will require you to sift through too much information and make it hard for you to focus.

Ask your instructor for ideas. Your instructor can also help you decide what topics are credible and relevant and how to narrow down an overly broad topic.

Make sure you can find the needed resources. If your topic is too obscure or too narrow, you might have trouble finding enough relevant sources.

NACLA Report on the American Review

In terms of the content of each report, I am looking for two main points of discussion. First, you should devote the first half of the report to a summary of the main points in the article that you selected. To help you to address this issue, consider some of these questions: What is the main issue being discussed? (i.e. immigration, elections, education, environment, women’s issues, crime, etc.) Who are the main personalities mentioned in the article? (i.e. El Salvador president Nayib Bukele, President Biden, Secretary of State Blinken, former President Trump, etc.) How does the issue affect the people of the country mentioned in the article? Does the issue have any connection with United States interests? What do you think could be the best solution to resolve this problem?
And for the second point of discussion, please analyze the article that you selected and present your point of view on the story. For example, how do you feel about the story? How did this article contribute to your understanding about modern Latin America? And what do you think about the author’s perspective on the article? How does this topic relate to contemporary political, economic or cultural themes in the United States today?
The information should be about https://nacla.org/news/2020/08/14/caribbean-food-s…f

Hidden history

The study of History is continuously uncovering ‘hidden history’, or history that was largely not included in history textbooks in the past. The movie ‘Hidden Figures’ is one of many examples of how our society is finally acknowledging the integral roles that ALL Americans played in the narrative of our country, and not only certain groups. Did you realize that there were 17 American “Liberty Ships” in the US Military named after prominent African Americans? OUR STRENGTH COMES FROM ACKNOWLEDGING AND HONORING ALL OF US!
Using this time period we are studying, find some hidden history! For this Module, the time period is: 1990 to the present day. Maybe ( The Berlin Wall.)
write three paragraphs about ‘hidden’, or underrepresented events, a person, or people who have contributed to our history during this time period.

Discussion post

200 word minimum
Women and World War II
One of the most iconic images of World War II is the famous “We Can Do It!” with the image details found here and the creation of Rosie the Riveter character detailed in this History channel presentation. Images like this represented an important moment in encouraging women to take up roles that had, prior to World War II, been solely for men.
To help with your Discussion Board post, you can read more about American women during World War II.
Also, explore images of the roles of women in World War II. Imagine that your grandmother or great grandmother was one of the women who entered the workforce during World War II. Discuss what you think her service meant to her. Explain how you think she felt when, after World War II, she was expected to go back to being a housewife. How do you think this time in history affected women’s role in society in general and in the workplace today? If you actually have a female family member who served in World War II, please share her experiences!
Feel free to use images in your post by including a link to the image—click the Insert/Edit Image icon or select “Upload Attachments” when you respond to the Discussion Board. Images in JPEG format work well, but the Discussion Board will accept other formats, as well.

Discussion 8 (Chapters 11 and 12)

Hello,
I hope this message finds you well. Students are to write a minimum 200-word reflection, provide a personal opinion not summary, on the topic of the chosen video. Then reflect/critique another student discussion submission (minimum 100-words). Discussions are worth 10 points.
PROOF READ YOUR SUBMISSIONS BEFORE SUBMITTING OR YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE CREDIT!
Slavery – Crash Course US History
And comment to my schoolmate with 120 words
Candy JacoboYesterdayMay 5 at 1:06pmManage Discussion Entry
The video I decided to watch is the crash course on slavery by John Green. The first thing mentioned in the video is how people think slavery was not bad but it actually is way worse than what we expected it to be. If I’m being honest I always felt that slavery was much worse than what we would read in our history books. Something that John Green mentioned in the video was how a lot of people still support slavery. I have never understood how people could think that human beings can be considered to be property. They must be sick in their minds for that. They also found ways to justify that idea with biblical passages and also examples of the Romans and Greeks. I feel that this time period was the cruelest time ever that could possibly exist. These innocent people did not know what freedom was in my opinion. All they did was work and work. Slavery work was very intense they would work from when the sun would come out until sundown. Those are a lot of hours working outside and their jobs were not a simple task at all. They wouldn’t even get paid either.

Discussion Question

When Franklin Roosevelt gave his speech on the Four Freedoms (see this required reading, at the bottom of this week’s module), the U.S. was not yet in World War 2: it was 11 months away. Yet the speech was clearly an attempt to steer American citizens towards a declaration of war — or at least to consider the possibility.
In this assignment, please answer the following questions using all that you’ve learned from our assigned reading for this module/week:
What were the Four Freedoms? Discuss them at some length.
Have we attained the Four Freedoms today? In what way? In what way has the nation fallen short? Be specific. Get down to concrete examples to argue your thesis or leading idea. Be sure to use the material we’ve just studied to back your verdict. Convince us that you’re thesis is right by going beyond mere assertion (“Bob is wrong.”) to actual evidence (“Bob is wrong because of A,B, and C.”).

History Question

This folder contains links to newspapers and other sources that help us appreciate the breadth and scope of the African Diaspora in Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, North America, Europe, and Asia, as well as to appreciate the various experiences of people of African descent throughout the globe. Please see the schedule below and post your journal entries in the African Diaspora Journal accordingly. Your journal entries will be based on articles you read in the newspapers and other sources provided.
: Focus on Africa: http://www.world-newspapers.com/africa.html
: Focus on Latin American: http://lanic.utexas.edu/la/region/news/
: Focus on the Caribbean: http://www.abyznewslinks.com/carib.htm
: Focus on North America: https://www.w3newspapers.com/usa/africanamerican/
: Focus on Europe: http://www.culturaldiplomacy.org/index.php?en_prog…
: Focus on Asia: http://www.unesco.org/new/en/culture/themes/dynami…