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Puritans & The Quest For Religious Freedom In America : 5 pages in length.
Like so many other groups who sought a better life, the Puritans created a new existence in America different from what they had known in England. The year was 1620 when the Puritans, an assembly of religious Pilgrims who were persecuted for their beliefs, made their way to the United States in an effort to separate themselves from religious oppression. Their goal was to find a land where they were free to practice their beliefs without the constant torment, and America was just the place for which they were searching. However, when they arrived, they turned into the very element of persecution from which they escaped; not only did they segregated their religion, but they also refused to allow other groups attain the same religious freedom they, too, had so badly sought. The writer discusses the double standard of religious freedom and the Puritans. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Purquest.wps

Native American Views Of Columbus : A 3 page paper that discusses not only the genocide of indigenous peoples instigated by Columbus on his voyages, but also that it engendered the same policy in Euro-American societies. The paper presents the viewpoint presented in a 1996 position paper on Columbus and the fallacy of idolizing him as a "hero," including statistics in support of the genocide argument and the paper's/writers and contributors global concerns for the environment (based on initial Seneca quote). The position paper argument is backed by five other authors. The paper posits that refusal to listen to these arguments has serious implications for free-market societies. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Natcol.wps

Causes & Consequences of Native American Migration : A 5 page overview of the pre-Columbian history of the people we call Native Americans. Includes possible reasons for their migration to the Americas and describes the complex evolution that resulted in many diverse cultures. Describes the division between the cultural regions separated by the Rio Grande river and differences that existed between the governmental organization of Aztec and Inca. Concludes with a summary of the decimation Native Americans experienced upon contact with European cultures. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Namigrat.wps

Impacts to Native Americans In The 16th & 17th Centuries : A 4 page overview of the different approaches to colonization of Spain and Portugal verses England, France, and Holland in the 16th and 17th Centuries. Describes differences in their interactions with Native Americans. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Contcolo.wps

"American Genesis / Cpt. John Smith & The Founding Of Virginia" : A 4 page paper on this book by Alden T. Vaughn in which the writer provide a brief analytical overview and then comments on the author's viewpoint. The stories of John Smith, Jamestown, and the early plight of the Native Indians are covered. Amergeni.wps

William Bradford & The Pilgrim Separatist Movement : A 5 page paper discussing the background of those who sailed over to the "New World" on the Mayflower. After a discussion of the difference between Separatists (Pilgrims) and Puritans, the paper analyzes Bradford’s role in the history of the Plymouth Colony. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Wbradford.wps

Plymouth Colony & Jamestown Colony / Comparison and Contrast : In 8 pages the author makes a comparison and a contrast of the colonies of Plymouth and Jamestown. Plymouth Colony and Jamestown Colony were two European colonies in the new world. Plymouth Colony was a New England colony, while Jamestown colony was a Southern Colony. The Pilgrims that came to Plymouth Colony did so for religious reasons. The colonists that came to Jamestown did so for profit. There are many similarities and differences between the two colonies. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Plymjame.wps

John Steinbeck’s "The Pearl" vs. William Bradford’s "Of Plymouth Plantation" : A 5 page paper comparing and contrasting William Bradford’s 1650 work with John Steinbeck’s 1945 one. The writer concludes that what pulled the Pilgrim community through its evil times, even more than their God, was the strength they derived from each other and the faith they shared. In embracing capitalism, Steinbeck’s protagonist turns his back on his culture, and thus on a big part of himself. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Pearlpl.wps

How Was Witchcraft An Attempt to Create Political Order in Salem : An 8 page paper discussing the premise that the outbreak of witchcraft in 17th century Salem, Massachusetts, was actually an attempt to create political order. The writer also briefly outlines the means by which the witch trials served to preserve the psychological order of Salem Village. Bibliography lists seven sources. Salem2.wps

Arthur Miller’s "The Crucible" / Concepts of Crime, Justice & Punishment :
A 5 page essay on the play by Arthur Miller that has examines the circumstances surrounding the Salem witch trials in the later part of the seventeenth century. The writer argues that the play does not revolve around religious issues, as one might expect, but rather hinges on the concept of having absolute obedience to the authority of the state. Bibliography lists no other sources. Purcruc.wps

Why Accusations Of Witchcraft Occurred In Colonial New England : 5 pages in length. For contemporary society, it seems a bit difficult to believe some of what transpired in centuries gone by. One such memorable flicker on America's timeline is that of the witch hunts of colonial New England. Men, women and even children, who were branded worshippers of Satan and witchcraft, were deemed a horrid threat to society; in an attempt to rid the town of their presence, presumed devotees of the devil were put to death. Why was this the case when there was little if any proof of this being the truth? There were a great many reasons, but none so powerful as the threat of female independence had at that time. The writer discusses why the fear of women's emancipation was the foremost reason for the colonial New England witch hunts. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Wichcrft.wps

Witch Hunts During the Puritan Period in American Colonies Analyzed :
This 6 page research paper examines the origins of the witch hunts which took place in the Puritan New England colony in the late-seventeenth century. Specifically considered are the background of the Puritan religion, the underlying causes of the young girls’ "bewitching behavior," and the role prejudice played during the witch hunts. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Witches.wps

Causes of the Salem Witch Trials : A 5 page essay on how causes behind the Salem Witch Trials can be traced to Puritanism and the Protestant Reformation. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Strial.wps

The Impact of Protestantism & Puritanism after the Reformation : A 10 page research paper that examines how Protestantism radically altered English society and gave the world a new paradigm by which to judge spiritual matters. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Protinf.wps

Christopher Columbus : 4 page analytical review of "Admiral of the Ocean Sea," a book by Samuel Eliot Morrison that goes into great detail about Christopher Columbus and his voyage to the "New World." No Bibliography. Chriscol.wps

Colonial History / Slaveships And Puritans In Their Society : Two related 2 page essays (4 pages total for this file) on life during the 17th and 18th centuries. In the first, the writer discusses the harsh conditions endured on slaveships by African natives being transported to the Americas. Different qualities of treatment towards men and women are analyzed as well. The second essay examines Puritan family life and the subordinate political role that the family unit collectively played. Bibliography lists 1 source. 16001700.wps

Slavery In Colonial America : A 6 page paper on slavery in Colonial America in which the writer discusses such concepts as slave societies, slaves as an economic necessity, etc.; Sections also focus on the hardships endured by slaves including physical abuse, mental torture, and more. Social and political issues as they existed are examined in great detail and the paper concludes with words on how early U.S. political ideology began to attack slavery and plant the seeds for eventual conflict between the North and South. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Slaveryc.wps

Slave Life in the American Colonies : This 9 page paper provides a comprehensive overview on slavery in America. One section explores differences between slaves in the North and South and another looks specifically at slave families. Much is discussed concerning culture and customs as it existed in colonial America as pertinent to slavery. A brief history on the inception of slavery in America is also included. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Slavlife.wps

Slavery In Cuba Vs. Virginia : A 3 page essay on Herbert Klein's "Slavery in the Americas : A Comparative Study of Cuba and Virginia" in which the writer examines some of the differences that existed between slavery in two different nearby sections of the globe : Virginia (U.S.A.) and Cuba. Among the many points made, Cuban slaves were generally treated much more harshly and found themselves involved in violent riots more often. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Bibliography also cites two additional sources. Slavebok.wps

The Importance Of African-Americans In 18th Century Virginia : A 3 page review of Michel Sobel's "The World They Made Together" in which the author argues that slave labor was both unfair and invaluable at the same time. Sobel primarily discusses the immense contributions that Black people made in laying a stronger foundation for the United States.-- Full citation provided for the primary source. Sobel.wps

Military Training In Colonial America : In 8 pages, the writer provides an historical overview of military training in Colonial America. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Militrai.wps

James Oglethorpe / His Life & Influence On The Colony Of Georgia :
A 6 page account of the life of James Oglethorpe, the soldier, philanthropist and founder of the colony of Georgia. Specifically addresses his role in the creation of the colony of Georgia. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Jamesogl.wps

The Lenape Indians : A 3 page report on the Lenni-Lenape Indians and their place in the Northeastern United State's colonial history. Issues concerning geography and territorial disputes are touched upon. No Bibliography. Lenape.wps

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Papers Covering More Than One Period In U.S. History

History / Myth, Hope, Or Reality ? : A 5 page evaluation of the current state of history as a science. The writer addresses our tendency to change reality to make it more tasteful. We are essentially left with the question of what becomes of truth when we rewrite history through destructionist fury. Bibliography lists 1 source. Mythre.wps

The American Dream : This 3 page paper looks at the myth of the American Dream and how it drives consumerism. The paper concludes that things do seem to be changing. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Dreamcon.wps

The American Dream / Gone Sour : A 2 page essay showing how the American Dream has gone sour, specifically pointing out the areas of financial stability, and access to education and living wage jobs. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Gonesour.wps

Has "The American Dream" Come True ? : A 4 page discussion of the proverbial "American Dream," what it meant.. and what it has come to mean today. The writer is particularly concerned with obstacles to achieving the dream and whether or not it still may constitute a definitive reality for all in this country. No bibliography. Amerdrea.wps

America’s Self-Made Man : A 5 page paper discussing just what the American Dream is. It has nearly always been measured in terms of wealth, but not necessarily in terms of dollars. The self-made man of Ben Franklin’s time was not a success only in terms of money, but in terms of life. Money was the reward—not the goal. The American Dream is still alive, but it has been replaced in the eyes of many by a sham, by that counterfeit that says that money is the only true measure of the worth of a man. The pity is that money can be lost; character remains. Those with little character but great sums can completely lose themselves when the money is lost. Bibliography lists 1 source. Selfmade.wps

Richard Hofstadter / A Historian of Note : A 9 page paper on Richard Hofstadter and his works. He wrote many books that detailed many different times throughout the history of the United States. He was best known for Age of Reform and Anti-Intellectualism in the United States. Both of these books covered very controversial issues. Although he wrote many books he was perhaps not as well known as other historians but is by no means a historian that should be ignored. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Hofstadt.wps

Ben Franklin vs. Frederick Douglass : A broadly-defined 5 page essay comparing Benjamin Franklin to Frederick Dogulass. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Frankdou.wps

Dependence and Independence: A 6 page research paper on the tension between dependence and independence in Franklin's Autobiography and Hawthorne's House of the Seven Gables. The writer details incidents from both works and relates them to interpersonal, political, and social relationships. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Sevengab.wps

The Frontier Myth In the United States / From the Colonial Period to the Vietnam War : A 6 page examination of the frontier myth in United States history. Identifies greed and the never-ending drive for territorial expansion and control of resources, both natural and human, as the driving force for white Anglo Saxon males in the United States from the colonial period up until the Vietnam War. Relies largely on the work of Richard Slotkin in his 1992 book "Gunfighter Nation: The Myth of the Frontier in Twentieth Century America". No additional sources cited. Gunfight.wps

The Effects of Ethnicity on the United States / More Negative Than Positive :
A five-page research paper which discusses the way ethnicity has effected the United States. Background on when ethnicity began and how the melting pot occurred and what negative and positive effects ethnicity has had. Bibliography including four sources is attached. Ethnicit.wps

The Simmering Melting Pot / Haitians & Cubans In the U.S.A. : A 6 page paper on the Cuban and Haitian boat people. The writer focuses on the plight of the Marielitos -- Cuban refugees who braved the treacherous waters of the Gulf in an attempt to reach America, where, they hope, they will be able to seek asylum from the oppression of their native land. Detailing the history of the first Marielitos, the paper then goes on to describe the different situation encountered by the "new Marielitos" and the problems they encounter in trying to assimilate into American society; a society that frequently wishes they would be returned to Cuba. Similar information is also examined with regard to Haitian refugees and their own unique problems in assimilating to American culture. Bibliography lists 6 sources.Melting2.wps

U.S. Immigration From 1800's To Present : A 10 page exploration of the history and policy of U.S. Immigration from the 1800's to present. Emphasis is placed upon Mexican, Cuban, and Haitian immigrants; the demands American's put on new immigrants to assimilate; xenophobia; and the cultural and economic factors which shape our immigration policies. Bibliography includes five references. Imm180.wps

German Immigration : A 5 page research paper into how German immigration affected every aspect of American life contributing such varied things as ideas which influenced U.S. universities, the first kindergartens, the Linotype machine, and lager beer. The writer’s gives an overview of German immigration that shows how it started during the colonial period and peaked in the early 20th-century. Bibliography includes 5 sources. Germimm.wps

Immigration Law & Poverty : A 30 page paper that considers the past and present immigration laws in the United States and considers them in terms of poverty in immigrant communities. Bibliography lists 25 sources. Immpolaw.wps

The Treatment of African-Americans in Pre- and Post-Civil War America :
A 6 page paper briefly examining similarities and differences in how Blacks were treated in the late 1700’s and through the 19th century. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Afrtreat.wps

The American Way of Fighting : A 4 page paper that considers the progression of American warfare from the Revolutionary War to the Cold War. This paper provides the major points of transition that created the changes in the American way of fighting. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Amerfght.wps

Undaunted Courage / Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson & The Opening of the American West : A 19 page paper that provides a chapter by chapter overview of Stephen Ambrose’s book. Excellent for study notes ! No additional sources cited. Sambrose.wps

On Becoming a United States Citizen : A 5 page research paper on the rights and duties of citizenship, and how to become naturalized. The writer details what citizenship is, what its benefits are, and how to obtain it. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Citznshp.wps

The Roman Empire & The United States / Parallels through Time : A 4 page research paper discussing the parallels between the United States, from 1946-1970, and the fall of the Roman Empire. It is demonstrated that issues such as personal freedom, economics and politics tie these two dynasties separated by hundreds of years and thousands of miles. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Romus.wps

History of an American Town (17th - 20th Century) : In this 7 page research paper, the writer examines the history of Montclair, NJ (a suburban town in North Jersey). Beginning with the pre-Colonial era and a look at area Native Indians, the report moves into a look at how the two evolved during the American Revolution, the Industrial Age, and thereafter. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Montclai.wps

The Role Of Wealthy Families In New York City’s History : New York's wealthy families are highlighted in this 5 page paper which outlines the city's history. Families which were integral to the development of New York City such as the Rockefellers, the Vanderbilts and the Astors are discussed. Their attitudes, as well as their financial endeavors, are noted. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Nycfam.wps

Fifth Avenue, New York, NY: A 12 page research paper on the history and characteristics of New York's Fifth Avenue. The writer describes the changing structure, architecture, the spectacular parades, and the stores of the famed avenue. Bibliography lists 5 sources. (Begins Before the Twentieth Century). Fifthave.wps

The American Street / An Important Public Space? : A 5 page overview of history of the public space function of the city street and the evolution of that function over time. The writer concludes that this function, even with planned efforts to make it so, will never be as important as it had been in early American history. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Streetev.wps

History of the Stock Market : A 12 page paper on the development of the stock market in the United States from its colonial foundations, through the boisterous days of the nineteenth century, to the computerized transactions of today. The writer discusses both the 1929 crash and the 1987 crash-- providing an analysis of each. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Stock.wps

Southern History, Southern Family : A 3 page essay on southern family life. The writer discusses the relevance of family history in the way many southerners perceive themselves today. Race relations, culture, and other historical factors all contribute to the importance of family in this region of the Untied States. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Histsout.wps

Role Of Government In American Life 1865-1940 : A 4 page paper that explores the role of government in the lives of Americans from 1865-1940, considering the impact during specific events in American history. This paper demonstrates the transitioning role of government, from international focus prior to the First World War, to intense national focus after the fall of the New York Stock Exchange in 1929 and the implementation of the New Deal. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Amerlife.wps

America Tested 1865-1998 : A 5 page examination of how the United States has successfully come through various crises since 1865. Various wars and widespread problems are discussed. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Amertest.wps

Democracy In The United States Between 1877 & 1975 : A 5 page paper discussing the gradual progression towards a more thoroughly Democratic society within the United States. This progression is illustrated through examples regarding documents that are a part of the Untied States’ history. These documents include presidential inauguration speeches of various presidents. Bibliography lists 8 sources. DemocUS.wps

A Joint Interview with Booker T. Washington and Theodore Roosevelt :
A 10 page "interview" with these two leaders in 1901, the year Booker T. Washington published his autobiography after 20 years of success at Tuskegee Institute, and the year during which President William McKinley was assassinated, leaving his Vice President, Theodore Roosevelt, to take office as President. The "interview" questions childhood experiences, factors contributing to their success, the importance of good character, party affiliation rationale, the role of blacks in America and the future outlook for them, and America’s future overall. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Btwr.wps

A History of Racism & Sexism in America : A concise 5 page essay on the historical origin of racism and sexism in the Americas. The writer details how the White Man brutally conquested the Native Indians and continued a reign of racist oppression thereafter. Sociopolitical examples such as The Chinese Exclusion Act, the persecution of Japanese-Americans during World War II, etc; are provided to support points made throughout the essay. No Bibliography. Amerrace.wps

Women In Early America : During the revolutionary era, at a time when North Americans proclaimed liberty and political participation as their birthright, women remained separate from the institutions of political life. This 7 page research paper examines the sociopolitical oppression of women and the beginnings of feminist activism in the United States. The writer discusses womens' productivity in the 19th century, the first school mistresses, and more. It is argued that women essentially created a female sub-culture which redefined the meaning of public life itself. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Womncolo.wps

Women in Religion : This 11 page paper explores the obstacles women faced in the Christian church during the nineteenth century and similar problems they live with in America today. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Womenrel.wps

Slavery In The New World / Work Force : A 5 page research essay that investigates the reasons Africans came to be exploited as slave labor. Researchers point to the sugar boom in the Mediterranean and then again in Brazil, labor shortages and the reliability of black slaves. Both nations owed their success to black slaves. Their success established the model of labor for a successful colony. The model was then repeated in developing colonies. Bibliography included. Slave.doc

Marriages Under Slavery : This 5 page overview on wedding ceremonies held for slaves in nineteenth century America details customs such as "jumping the broom." The role of the church is also addressed. The paper ends with marriage statistics from the time period. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Slavewed.wps

American Life & The Institution Of Slavery : A 5 page examination of life in America in regard to slavery as evidenced through the autobiographies of Frederick Douglass and Benjamin Franklin. Bibliography included. Dougfran.wps

An Overview Of Slavery : A 7 page paper that explores slavery from the Revolution through emancipation. The paper explores the issue through the political processes and impassioned abolitionist statements that occurred during those years, including slave revolts, Dred Scott, compromises, a number of abolitionist statements, and the Lincoln-Douglas debates. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Slavhist.wps

Slavery / U.S. vs. Caribbean : An 8 page paper that explores the issue of whether slaves lived under "better" conditions in either of these countries. The paper shows that the conditions of the slaves was similar during the years of slavery, and discusses the current debate on the socioeconomic impacts of slavery in the two areas (U.S./British colonies). The paper posits that the difference between the two regimes is that in the United States the freed slaves have educational and economic opportunities not available in the Caribbean. The paper relies heavily on the experiences of two Black journalists in support of the argument. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Compslav.wps

Salem .. McCarthyism .. And The Continuance Of Witch Hunts : A 7 page research paper on the Salem Witch Trials. The writer discusses causes of the witch hunts, the brutality of punishment, and the ultimate restitution paid in 1711 to those accused of witchery who survived. A section of this paper also discusses the Trials' depiction in Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" and then goes on to make comparisons between what occurred in 17th-18th century Salem and that which took place in mid-20th century America during the era of "McCarthyism" when all suspected Communists were 'witch-hunted." Bibliography lists 5 sources. Salem.wps

Gustavson's "A Preface To History" / Analytical Reflections : A 12 page paper discussing and analyzing Carl Gustavson’s classic text on how history has been mis-taught, and how it could be taught more effectively to increase our understanding and retention of it. Gustavson’s contention is that most people have been taught history illogically. Rather than seeing the subject as simply the earlier stage of development of a current situation, they plunge in and begin trying to tie names to dates to places to events, without any frame of reference or particular goals in mind (other than passing the course!). No other sources cited. Gustav.wps

Robert Takaki's "A Different Window" : A 5 page paper that provides an overview of Takaki's retake on the common history of the United States and suggests conflicts with major elements of history. Bibliography lists no additional sources. Takaki.wps

The Scandals of U.S. Presidents : A 4 page look at the prevalence of scandalous behavior among U.S. Presidents and executive officers throughout the course of the country's history. The Andrew Johnson controversy, Harding's "Teapot Dome" scandal, Theodore Roosevelt's political appointment of the despised James S. Clarkson, Bill Clinton's involvement in The Whitewater Affair, etc;-- are among the many case examples discussed. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Pressca2.wps

Thomas Jefferson vs. Frederick Douglass : Approximately 6 pages worth of notes useful for a general comparison of Thomas Jefferson and Frederick Douglass. No Bibliographic references. Fredjeff.wps

California & Migration : A 10 page historic discussion of migration to the state of California and the reasons people have chosen this particular region to live. Focus is on Spanish life and struggle in California's cities from the 16th through the 18th centuries. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Calimigr.wps

Emigration from Ireland in the 19th and 20th Centuries : A 6 page paper on the immigration of the Irish to the U.S. The writer examines the hardships and accomplishments that came with making such life changing journey. Irishim.wps

The Bill of Rights & The Legacy Of Jeffersonian Democracy : A 20 page paper describing how the Bill of Rights as originally formulated in the 18th century continues to serve us today. It discusses why Jefferson, more than many of the other Founding Fathers, felt vehemently that the Bill of Rights was a necessary addition to the Constitution; the paper then looks at the ten amendments individually to show how their early conception has been reinterpreted in the twentieth century as social attitudes change. Bibliography lists sixteen sources. Bofright.wps

The Language of Rights : A 5 page essay on William Galston’s "Practical Philosophy and the Bill of Rights: Perspectives on Some Contemporary Issues," from A Culture of Rights. The essay examines what Galston calls the "language of rights" in a historical context, showing why our understanding of rights is still incomplete today. Bibliography lists two sources. Langrite.wps

(The) Declaration of Independence & Its Historic Origin : 6 pages excellently detailing the historic origins of the United States Declaration of Independence in the bible, the Magna Carta, the philosophies of Rousseau and Locke etc; Bibliography lists 5 sources. Declaind.wps

The Declaration of Independence & John Locke : An insightful 4 page look at how the theories of philosopher John Locke were carried over into the drafting of the Declaration of Independence. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Declaind2.wps

The American Declaration of Independence & the Vietnamese Declaration of Independence Analyzed : A 1 page paper which compares and contrasts two democratic declarations of independence, the 1776 American document drafted by Thomas Jefferson, and the Vietnamese version by Ho Chi Minh of 1945. Amdec.wps

Immigrants, Indians, & More : 8 pages worth of short free-writing essays on the important role that immigrants have played in U.S. history, the plight of the Native American Indians, the effects of Industrialization and more. Available as shorter, individual essays by e-mail request. No Bibliography. Histessay.wps

A New Industrial Age : A 5 page essay on how the growth of industry changed American society both for the better and for the worse. Followed by commentary on
the role and life of early 20th century immigrants. No Bibliography. Indust~1.wps

The History of New Jersey : A 5 page overview of New Jersey's history from the 17th through the 19th century. Examined are the White man's relationship with area Lenni-Lenape Indians, NJ's role in the revolutionary war, NJ's contributions to industrialization, and more. No bibliography. Newjrhis.wps

Yellowstone National Park / Peoples' Respect For Nature : An 11 page, historical overview of Yellowstone National Park. The writer discusses tribes that once inhabited the area, how public interest grew as the result of a 19th century mining expedition, and how preservation of the park has evidenced our commitment to nature. A section also covers the large-scale fires of 1988 which ripped through Yellowstone and left widespread damage. The "let-burn" policy of allowing forest fires to continue burning naturally is explained. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Yeloston.wps

Rise Of The United States As An International Power : A 5 page overview of the rise of the U.S. to international power. The paper begins with the ideals of the forefathers, leading to the inventions rising out of the Industrial Revolution and continuing through World War II (a-bomb), telecommunications, computer technology, military technology and the space program. The paper includes a discussion of some of the problems that have emerged as a result of democratization of communist and socialist states and how the United States is working to assist those countries in the move to the global market. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Uspower.wps

(The) Mystery of the Bermuda Triangle : A 5 page essay on the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle. Discussed are the superstitions that surround the region as well as insight into what might have actually happened. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Bermudat.wps

The Native American Indians / Historic Perspectives : A 12 page discussion of several key historic perspectives on the Native Indians. Specifically examined are the disparate policies and different perspectives of Andrew Jackson, Captain John Smith, Frederick W. Turner, and others. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Indpersp.wps

U.S. History / Popular Essays : Approximately 14 pages worth of brief essays on U.S. History from 1877 - the present. Topics discussed include the Spanish-American war, Truman's foreign policy, Roosevelt's New Deal, World War II, and the Civil Rights Act. Available as shorter, individual essays by e-mail request. No Bibliography. Histtest.wps

The Truth in History : A 5 page paper on the essay by Edward Hallett Carr entitled, The Historian and His Facts. The essay examines some interesting points in regards to history and whether much of it is actual truth or simply an interpretation of the facts set before the historian. Carr sets the reader up to question any and all history they have ever been exposed to. While some facts may undoubtedly be true, all history is essentially someone else’s account of the events. Everyone has their own perspective and analysis of any given event and this is bound to influence how history is recorded. Ecarr.wps

Historical Sources as a Product of their Time : A 5 page research paper that examines three original historical sources to determine the how the personal interests as well as the cultural assumptions of the authors affected their writing and the descriptions they offer of life at that point in time. The writer looks specifically at the work of Olaudah Equiano, a former slave; Osei Bonsu, King of the Asante; and Eyo Honesty II, King of Calabar to provide an historical viewpoint on the practice of the slave trade. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Histsour.wps

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