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Hist 1493 – Section 010

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Research Paper Assignment

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History 1493, Section 10--Prof. Grinberg This assignment is an original research paper of approximately 2,000 words, or 6-7 pages, double-spaced in 12-point font with one-inch page margins. It calls for you to engage in the essential skills of a historian: defining a research question, gathering evidence, analyzing primary and secondary sources, and developing and articulating [...]

1493 Primary Source Collections

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The following websites provide collections of related primary sources which students can utilize in their research paper in History 1493. Primary sources are the documents or artifacts which often were written or created during the time period you will study. Other documents were produced later by historical participants, perhaps as interviews, oral histories, or memoirs. [...]

Hist 1493-Section 010: Paper Two

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David Wrobel Handout 4: Guidelines for Second Paper Your research paper (the second paper) topic is due in discussion section in Wk. 9, W/R/F, Mar 21/23. The assignment is worth 250 points—it is the most heavily weighted assignment of the semester (worth 50 more points than the final exam)—so invest time and effort in it. [...]

Hist 1493-Section 010: Paper One

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David Chappell Overview The papers in this course are exercises in research and writing. They are designed to enhance both analytical and communication skills and to provide a deeper understanding of history. First Paper: Primary Sources A short essay based on this set of four primary sources “Excepts from The Black Codes of Mississippi” (1865) [...]