*Answer two prompts below. Each answer should be between 900-1200 words. So you can give me 2000-2100 in total.
prompt #1 “Compare and contrast the English colonies at Virginia and New England before 1650, including the motivations for colonization, and the social, economic, and political character of the colonies.”
prompt #2 “Analyze the origins and major events of the American Revolution from 1754-1776.”
*Your answer should use and cite the class textbook and at least one (1) secondary source and (1) one primary source from the same unit that the question comes from.
( https://digitalcommons.northgeorgia.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=&httpsredir=1&article=1000&context=books ) this is the textbook link. In the textbook, prompt #1 will be in chapter 2,3,4. Prompt #2 will be in chapter 5,6,7,8.
– Right below here is the list of primary and secondary source for you to choose to use and cite:
^Prompt #1 primary sources
( http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/5828.html , http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/6527/ , https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/mod/modsbook07.asp )
^Prompt #1 secondary sources
( https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/native-intelligence-109314481/ , https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/true-story-pocahontas-180962649/ , https://www.hoover.org/research/how-private-property-saved-pilgrims , https://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2016/08/the-mail-order-brides-of-jamestown-virginia/498083/ )
^Prompt #2 primary sources
( https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/mod/modsbook12.asp , https://www.loc.gov/rr/program/bib/ourdocs/newnation.html )
^Prompt #2 secondary sources
( https://allthingsliberty.com/2013/08/historiography-of-american-revolution/ , https://www.americanrevolutioninstitute.org/why-the-american-revolution-matters/ , https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2019/11/28/wood-n28.html , https://1776unites.com/essays/we-cannot-allow-1619-to-dumb-down-america-in-the-name-of-a-crusade/ , https://www.americanrevolutioninstitute.org/slavery-rights-and-the-meaning-of-the-american-revolution/ , https://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/04/opinion/did-a-fear-of-slave-revolts-drive-american-independence.html , https://www.americanrevolutioninstitute.org/the-heroic-jeffrey-brace/ , https://historyofmassachusetts.org/deborah-sampson-woman-warrior-of-the-american-revoultion/ )
*All information that is not common knowledge or your own ideas must be properly cited with footnotes (in Word click References > Insert Footnote).
*Each of your answers should define and discuss at least eight (8) key specific details (people, terms, institutions, texts, ideas, events, issues, etc.). UNDERLINE each of these key terms in your answers. These will come from the textbook chapters and secondary and primary sources from the same unit as your chosen question. It is up to you to use your critical judgment to choose eight of the most important key details.
*Each of your answers should also discuss your prompt from at least two (2) historical perspectives (for example, political, social, cultural, economic, ideological, legal, military, etc.). Put an asterisk * at the start of each of these two sections. Again, all the information for the two historical aspects that you choose will come from the textbook chapters and secondary and primary sources from the same unit as your chosen question. (*Remember to underline each of your eight (8) key terms in your answers and put an asterisk * by each of the two sections in which you discuss your prompt from specific historical perspectives (for example, political, social, cultural, economic, ideological, legal, military, etc.).)
* Your key terms can (and probably will) overlap with your historical perspectives. That is you will probably introduce, define, and discuss relevant key terms as you discuss your chosen historical perspectives.
*Make sure that you also tell the historical story in your answer. By this I mean that history writing unfolds as a story about events that happen in a chronological sequence and that have some kind of connection to one another. So do not use bullet points or just list key terms, details, and facts.
* you do not need to follow an essay format with an introduction and conclusion. You can just get right to it and answer the question. Your exam should be well-written, professional, and edited, but your structure can be basic. I will grade on the information you provide not the structure of your answer.
*You should use efficient and relevant “direct quotes” from your primary source, but do not directly quote from the textbook or any secondary source; paraphrase or summarize and cite with a footnote instead (in Word click References > Insert Footnote).
*Make sure that your answers are professional and edited for grammar, spelling, syntax and clarity and make sure it is clear which prompt you are answering.
*You should use size 11 font, 1” margins, Calibri or Times New Roman font, and 1.15 spacing, with appropriate paragraph gaps throughout.
*All information in the body of your paper that is not general knowledge, or your own original analysis and ideas must be appropriately cited in in-text citations and footnotes throughout (Chicago or MLA style; in Word click References > Insert Footnote). All information and ideas from primary and secondary sources that you reference in your paper should be held at a critical distance and analyzed for their value and reliability as historical evidence
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