Project #29967 - Historical


For this assignment, you must pick a historical topic, within the timeframe of this course, and write a three to four page paper on the topic.  See topics on page 2 below. 

Now that you have a topic: Your paper must include the following:


(1.)What is your opinion on the topic? You can state this in your introductory paragraph.


(2.)What is the evidence for your viewpoint? Please provide this in the content of your paper. Remember do not write in 1st or 2nd person within the content of the paper. Since, this is a history class; you will have to find concrete and reliable evidence for your viewpoint.  CITE YOUR SOURCES! Just listing them in the bibliography or reference page does not mean your sources are cited. You must have at least two primary sources and as many secondary sources as you like. You must use Chicago citation style if you are a history major and you may use APA if you are not a history major. If you quote someone you must cite the source, if you paraphrase, you must cite the source. Use footnotes or endnotes cite your sources if you use Chicago and use in-text citations to cite your sources when using APA style.


(3.)Summary: summarize your paper in the last paragraph.  


The paper MUST be typed in Microsoft word using Times New Roman font (12), double spaced, with the preset margins. Students must submit the historical topic paper no later than Sunday by 11:59pm EST.  Late papers will not be accepted unless approved prior to the due date by me.  No exceptions! See topics below


Here is a list of certain topics that are part of the African American experience before 1877. Pick one of these topics and go from there!




The Slave Trade in Africa


The Atlantic Slave Trade


The Middle Passage


Women in the Civil Rights Movement


Masters & Slaves in America


The Ending of the Atlantic Slave Trade


Black Servitude


Plantation Slavery


Bacon’s Rebellion


The Great Awakening


Black Enlightenment


Black Patriots


The Origin of the Independent Black Churches


The Missouri Compromise


House Servants and Skilled Slaves


The Domestic Slave Trade


The Jacksonian Era


The Black Convention Movement


Fugitive Slave Laws


The Dred Scott Decision


The Emancipation Proclamation


Black Confederates


The Freedmen’s Bureau


Black Codes


Sit-Ins & Strikes


The End of Reconstruction



*****My Choice is Women in the Civil Rights Movement  I am not a history major so APA style is fine.


Subject History
Due By (Pacific Time) 05/09/2014 05:00 pm
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