Reports & Research Essays about American History

  • American History

    There are many subjects in American history that should be taught to students. The five main subjects that teach students the most about American history are coming to the...

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  • American History 1865

    Final Paper Preparation Ashford University: HIS 204 American History Since 1865 Jo Macek 11/09/2014 A lot of changes happened throughout the U.S. in the...

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  • American Hstory

    Kareem Lewis DBQ Essay EWSIS SS 10/31/014 In 1781, the newly independent states in America developed the first written constitution in the United States, known as...

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  • American Imperialism

    America like all other nations has seen many different periods of growth, development, and change. The nineteenth century was a time of change...

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  • American in the 1920's

    America in the 1920’s appeared to be a wealthy country on the outside, but had many oncoming problems to behold on the inside. America in the mid 1920’s suffered severely...

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  • American Isolationism Fades from the Forces of Technology

    American Isolationism Fades from the Forces of Technology Catherine Morrison HIS204: American History Since 1865 (GSN1228C) Instructor: Kimberly Roff...

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  • American Isotry

    French and Indian War DBQ The French and Indian War’s mark left a political, economic, and ideological effect on the colonies and England. These common aspects and the...

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  • American Literature in Eighteenth Century

    The Canterbury Tales: General Prologue & Frame Story Genre Comedy, Quest, Satire or Parody Although the genre of the individual tales varies, the goal of the frame...

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  • American Political Parties: Past and Present

    IB History I American Political Parties: Past and Present After gaining their independence from Great Britain, the newly United States of America decided that they...

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  • American Reconstruction

    Reconstruction: 1863-1877 The Reconstruction began at the end of the Civil War, when Robert E. Lee’s men stacked their guns at Appomattox, the bloodiest war in American...

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  • American Rev.

    American Colonists vs. British Government The onset of the American Revolution and the independence of the American colonies was the accumulation of many years of...

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  • American Revolution

    The Merriam Webster online dictionary defines civil war as “a war between opposing groups of citizens of the same country.” Contrary to what many people believe, the...

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  • American Revolution

    “Was the American Revolution more a War for Independence OR a Civil War?” The American Revolution occurred from 1775 to 1783, which were the years of struggle for many...

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  • American Revolution

    American Revolution At the start of the American Revolution, both the British and the American colonists had many difficulties to face. The Americans were at a...

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  • American Revolution

    Analyze the extent to which the American Revolution represented a radical alteration in American political ideas and institutions. Confine your answer to the period of...

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  • American Slavery

    Slavery is the condition in which one person owns another, and the slave is deprived of the rights that are ordinarily held by free people (Slavery...

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  • American Transcendentalism

    The radical aspects of the renaissance in America were chiefly represented by what is known as Transcendentalism. It was a spiritual...

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  • America's Power in 20th Century

    During the 20th century America has had its ups and downs in accordance to power, however in my judgement I feel the main influence on their power was their impact in the...

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  • Amerindians and Their Relationship with the French and English

    The Amerindians: Relationships with the French and English Colonists The exploration of the Atlantic World and all of the newly discovered land, led to a tremendous...

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  • Amish

    The Famous Apple Logo Shirley Serrano CGD218: Visual Literacy in Business (BJK1151A) Cheri Ketchum December 19, 2011 The logo represented in the photo is the...

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  • An Introduction of the Newest Sand Making Machine

    Hongxing gravel mining machinery sand washing machine equipment is essential for sand production line equipment, sand washing machine main feed hopper, dosing hanger...

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  • Analsis

    Chapter 33 Vocab Juan Alfaro 1. Richard M. Nixon: Elected President in 1968 and 1972 representing the Republican party. He was responsible for the Nixon Doctrine...

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  • Analysis

    A visit to grandmother A Visit to Grandmother by William Melvin Kelley Chig knew something was wrong the instant his father kissed her. He had always known his father to...

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  • Analysis of the Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

    There is a famous saying that smart people learn from their mistakes, dumb people do not learn from their mistakes, and...

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  • Analysis of the Political Economy of Slavery

    In The Political Economy of Slavery, Eugene Genovese argues that the South’s existence was based upon slavery which kept the South from industrializing, and ultimately made...

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  • Analysis Paper on Kingdom of Mathias

    Johnson, Paul E. and Wilentz, Sean. The Kingdom of Matthias. New York: Oxford University Press Inc., 1994. The Kingdom of Mathias is a novel that discusses both the...

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  • Andersonville Classical Argument

    The Importance of Andersonville Andersonville, also known as Camp Sumter, was the largest Confederate military prison during the Civil War. The camp was located in Macon...

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  • Andrew Jackson

    (born March 15, 1767, Waxhaws region, South Carolina [U.S.]—died June 8, 1845, the Hermitage, near Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.) military hero and seventh president of the...

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  • Andrew Jackson

    was the 7th president of the United States. He was elected President in the year 1828 and worked to advance his democratic party's agenda. He was nicknamed...

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  • Andrew Jackson

    Andrew Jackson was the seventh president of the United States. During his presidency, there were a lot of incidents that occurred such as the Bank War, the Nullification...

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