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Papers On Colonial & Pre-Colonial America
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Colonial Era / Knowledge And Learning
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This 5 page paper explores the importance of learning and knowledge in colonial America. There is a focus on Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin and their thoughts about education and learning. The essay discusses the purpose of learning and what knowledge was perceived as the most valuable. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PGknow.wps

Colonial Expansionism and Capitalism
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A 5 page consideration of the differences in approach taken by Native Americans and European colonists in regard to land stewardship. English colonists valued Native land for farming, range land and for whatever other natural resources it could offer. They approached the land from a capitalistic perspective. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: PPcolEn2.rtf

Colonial Latin America: Social Networks, Identity, and Consensus
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This is a 6 page paper discussing colonial Latin America in relations to the patron-client relationship and social classes. While colonial Latin America was segregated into a hierarchy of social and class systems with the Spanish elite at the top, the maintenance of the system was possible by the textured social networks within communities which existed before the introduction of the Spaniards but nevertheless added the elite Spaniards as the ruling class. The Spaniards did their best to degrade the culture of the Native Indians by introducing Spanish customs and religion and separating the communities into barrios however although the Indians observed these new customs in a public sense, their private identity still contained traditional cultural, familial and social elements. Largely the Spanish elite ruled with stability based on the belief in the class system which expected them to manage the communities with justice. When that expectation failed however, consensus among the lower classes was obtained and riots ensued which led the way to eventual independence. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: TJLatam1.rtf

Colonial Opposites: Massachusetts and Virginia
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(5 pp) The colonies of Massachusetts and Virginia had very little in common. Although they were both English colonies, they had different societies, different local governments and different values. This discussion will examine those differences in terms of structure, leadership, economic systems and values. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: BBcolmv.doc

Colonial Printing, Publishing and Benjamin Franklin’s “The Autobiography”
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A 3 page paper which examines what can be learned about the business of printing and publishing in colonial America by Benjamin Franklin’s autobiography. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TGbfprint.rtf

Colonial Women’s Public Role and Legal Status
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In five pages this paper contrasts the public role and legal status of colonial women with the primary text cited being Julia Cherry Spruill’s Women’s Life and Work in the Southern Colonies. Two sources are listed in the bibliography.
Filename: TGfemsouth.rtf

Colonialism in Shakespeare's, "The Tempest":
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This 3 page paper explores Shakespeare's "The Tempest" in order to analyze how this author communicated his ideas about colonialism. This paper furthermore draws significant parallels between the story and the real-life situation of Puerto Rico and their historical issues with colonialism. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: GSShtemp.rtf

Columbus, Hero or Villain?
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A 6 page research paper/essay that investigates how different historians view Columbus. After outlining traditional heroic view of Columbus, the writer cites David Stannard in arguing that this view of Columbus is ethnocentric and overlooks the viewpoint of Native Americans. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khcolumb.rtf

Comparative Analysis of the Films The American Revolution (Part I: ‘The Conflict Ignites’), Williamsburg: The Story of a Patriot, and John Adams (Part I: ‘Join or Die’)
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In ten pages this paper summarizes each film, compares and contrasts them, addresses any biases in the treatment of subject matter, analyzes the producers’ techniques, and offers the writer’s personal opinion on the accuracy of each film. One source is listed in the bibliography.
Filename: TGrevfilms.rtf

Comparison of Two Writings on the Seven Years’ War by Canadian Historians
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This is an 8 page paper comparing two different articles by Canadian historians on the Seven Years’ War. Two articles by Canadian historians Peter MacLeod (The University of Ottawa) and Ian Steele (The University of Western Ontario) give two different perspectives on the Seven Years’ War in United States and Canada between the years 1756-1763. MacLeod gives an in depth narrative of the influence of the Catholic Church on the Canadian Iroquois and the Amerindians along the St. Lawrence River near Montreal. Although many people are aware that a strong alliance existed between the Iroquois and the French, MacLeod explains how deeply this connection is related to their ties through Catholicism. Steele’s article is an examination along with four other critics to the recently released Fred Anderson book on the Seven Years’ War. Although the critics admit that the book has made available information about the Seven Years’ War to a larger audience than was available before, they were “shocked” to discover that Anderson only used English sources for his narrative. After reading MacLeod’s history on the Iroquois in New France, it is easy to see how Steele is justified in condemning Anderson in his obvious exclusion of more personal and French accounts of the Seven Years’ War. In combination, both sources give the reader an idea what range of material is available on the Seven Year’s War and in many ways complement each other when taken together. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TJSevCn1.rtf

Competing Visions of William Bradford and Thomas Morton in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “The May-Pole of Merry Mount”
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A 5 page paper which examines how Hawthorne’s short story takes on the historical controversy, particularly in terms of the emphasis on the couple’s marriage, which turns the theme from a consideration of the ideal society into a statement of what marriage means and how it changes the people who enter into it. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: TGmaypol.rtf

Continuity of Ideas: The Puritans to the Revolutionary Writers
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A 6 page paper which examines “The Mayflower Compact” and the Declaration of Independence as they illustrate how some ideas were powerfully imbedded in the nation despite the changes in times. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: RAmayflw.rtf

Contradictions of Law in Early American History
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This is a 10 page paper which discuss the Revolutionary War and the contradictions of the ideals that the war was fought for and the real affects of the war on African Americans and Native American Indians. The bibliography has 12 sources.
Filename: JHCont.rtf

Crevecoeur and de Tocqueville
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A paper which compares the impressions of these two writers of early American culture, and considers which of them had the more accurate perception of American society. Bibliography lists 3 sources
Filename: JLtocque.rtf


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