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The athenians, melians, and spartans are all “greeks,” but each have their own independent country.

please read two documents by the 5th-century BC Athenian statesman and historian, Thucydides: The Funeral Oration of Pericles and the Conference at Melos. Both are included in the document labeled “Thucydides Documents.”
How do the Athenians (in particular, Pericles) describe and present their own democracy at home? How do they treat other Greeks when they go abroad, as seen with the example of Melos?
Remember, the “Greeks” are an ethnic, cultural, and linguistic group, divided among hundreds of small countries called city-states. The Athenians, Melians, and Spartans are all “Greeks,” but each have their own independent country.

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What primary sources have you located?

This a preliminary assignment for a 12 page term paper. What is due is to answer the following questions, which includes establishing the working thesis. The topic and paper around the Treaty of New Echota needs to follow the topic guidelines, which I have attached. What is due now is to answer the following questions.
What is your topic?
What is your working thesis?
What bibliographies have you consulted?
What primary sources have you located?
What scholarly books have you found?
What scholarly articles relate to your topic? (Check America: History and Life database)
Which approved websites have you consulted?

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In your responses to your classmates, debate if one holds more precedence than the other?

After reading chapter 7, describe the major factors leading to a discussion of ending slavery:
How did the Haitian Revolution spark this conversation?
How did events in the United States spark this conversation?
The initial response should be at least 200 words.
In your responses to your classmates, debate if one holds more precedence than the other?

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Then click on “modules”

https://login.uagc.edu/
Logins will be available for the assigned writer.
enter above and click on “Send Push”
it will immediately notify me, I will immediately let you in. DO NOT CLOSE BROWSER or Send push more THAN ONCE.
then enter classroom:
306 20th century Europe
then click on “modules”
scroll down to WEEK 2- Assignment and complete. APA format

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• a single photograph that may be examined in the paper

1. Identification of Photographer and Working Bibliography
• A typed double-spaced paragraph that identifies the photographer and initial ideas about how that photographer saw photographically.
• A typed proposed bibliography of 3 secondary sources that might be used in the paper completed according to the Chicago/Turabian citation style
• A single photograph that may be examined in the paper
Secondary sources:
“Shooting Lincoln: Mathew Brady, Alexander Gardner, and the race to photograph the story of the century” by Nicholas Pistor
“Photographing in America” by Miles Orvell
*One more secondary source is needed
one single photo to be talking about is the: “cracked-plate” image of Abraham Lincoln

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There are a few general truths when researching online; for example, any website with a .com suffix may be trying to sell you something and therefore unreliable as academic material.

As stated previously, the course textbook reflects consideration of early and subsequent historical accounts that rest on the
authors’ evaluation of primary and secondary evidence. Scholars always review the literature before they formulate their
theses and produce their work.
Your task in this assignment will be to critique an argument from a peer-reviewed article, covering the period 1700-1864.
To complete this task, you will draw material from the assigned textbook reading and at least one scholarly source relevant
to the topic. The textbook will help guide you to articles that are relevant to the material covered in this unit. See below for
information on how to find appropriate sources.
How to Review a Source: Identifying and Evaluating the “Argument”
1. Discerning the Argument: When reading a source, ask yourself the following questions.
a. Why is the author writing this?
b. What does the author believe he/she is adding to the field?
c. What kinds of evidence does the author use?
d. What is the author’s conclusion?
2. Evaluating the Argument
a. How useful do you think this source is, given what you have found in“Discerning the Argument” above? Does
the source help you to narrow a topic, find a question, and evaluate evidence?
b. Compare the source you identify, and ensure that it is relevant to the material in your course textbook.
3. Finding Appropriate Sources. After reading the assigned textbook chapters and deciding how to approach the
assignment based on your reading, identify an appropriate outside source that speaks to the topic(s) you will address.
Innumerable examples are accessible via the Waldorf Online Library. These sources will generally be articles or
essays from reputable academic publications, and are available by using search engines like Academic OneFile and
Academic Search Complete. If you are unfamiliar with the library or if you are having trouble accessing materials, the
librarians on staff are available and happy to help.
Things toConsider inYour Search
There are a few general truths when researching online; for example, any website with a .com suffix may be trying to sell
you something and therefore unreliable as academic material. As you navigate through sites, or any publication, it is
necessary to ask the following questions:
Who wrote this? You are looking for the authors and their credentials; this is not to be confused with a webmaster or site
designer. Who published this? Is the publisher an academic journal or someone simply stating opinion not based in fact?
Can the document be altered in any way? If the information can be added to or amended by anyone other than the
administrator, the site is not appropriate for academic use. This is the core issue with many online encyclopedias like
Wikipedia.
For any trustworthy source, these questions should be able to be answered clearly and without intense searching; if you
cannot find this information, do not use the source.
The Assignment
Using the textbook and at least one scholarly article you have found through research, critique an argument from a peerreviewed article that covers the period from 1700-1864. This article should cover how the following informed and influenced
the development of slavery and equality: race, economics, politics, natural history, or natural science. Your critique should
consist of at least two full pages.
Adhere to APA Style when constructing this assignment, including in-text citations and references for all sources that are
used. Please note that no abstract is needed. Use attached resources

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Avoid plagiarism

Essays require students to visit a location specified in a given essay assignment, document their trip through observations and original digital media (personal photographs that document the journey and a student-created map of the trip), locate the current demographics for the area, and write a personal reflection. Personal reflections connect student observations with historic events and sociocultural practices that influence(d) the physical and demographic characteristics of the location. Students must cite current demographics and use lectures and course materials from the associated module to reflect on the relationship(s) between them. To find demographic and other data, use the PolicyMap (Links to an external site.) online tool provided by American University, the tool provided by the Urban Institute (Links to an external site.), or Niche.com (Links to an external site.). Consider the sample size that you use when associating demographic data. For example, the smallest unit is a block. Do not equate demographics for the entire city with those of a neighborhood. Demographics range widely from neighborhood to neighborhood, ward to ward, and even block to block in some parts of the District. Please see the associated rubric for detailed scoring guidelines and Course Resources for examples and additional course content, such as Cultural Tourism DC Neighborhood Heritage Trails (Links to an external site.). To earn full credit, the essay must include the following information: Demographics (Current) Digital media Digitized student created map Four digital images / photographs taken by the student Observations The following list are observations that are required to be recorded: Date Day of week Holiday or other special date? (even if it is personal, like a birthday) Weather conditions Temperature Departure location Method of transportation Overview of route to and from destination Additional observations should be made. Scoring for these additional observations is located in the Rubric Narrative Personal reflection. Opinion(s) about observations essay is based on trip to location and observations demographics are really important talk about the houses, and other demographics that changed over time
I attached a sample of an essay a peer wrote, use it to get an idea only. Avoid plagiarism
use these photos
use in text citation and make a works cited page. only use these sources attached

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My grandparents and parents were born and have been living in tianjin, china.

1. I am Chinese, and now I am living in Richmond, BC, Canada as an international student. 2. My grandparents and parents were born and have been living in Tianjin, China. 3. Please write 4 exercises and one reflection separately. Please put them into one single doucment.

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I have uploaded the article please write one page reflection paper on the article

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After consulting sources, you realize that this question is too broad.

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The study of history is guided by asking questions. Developing research questions is an iterative process, which means that the questions are continuously changing as new information is uncovered and new thoughts occur. In this activity, you will consider how historical perspectives and sources influence how research questions are written and revised.
Prompt
Use the Module Three Activity Revising Questions Template Word Document to complete this activity. First, use your primary and secondary sources to help you choose a historical perspective (social, political, or economic) to apply to your topic. Then consider the evidence you have found in those sources and if that evidence supports your research questions or suggests you need to go in another direction. Finally, you will choose one research question to focus on and revise it. Revising may involve rewriting your research question completely. Or you may need to narrow your focus or improve the clarity of the question.
Example
You initially wanted to research how Native American people and culture have been memorialized in the United States. After consulting sources, you realize that this question is too broad. So, you decide to narrow your question to the movement to change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples’ Day. After further research, you decide to approach your topic from a cultural perspective rather than a political perspective. You choose this perspective because you are interested in how Indigenous Peop​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​les’ Day might better preserve and recognize the many Native American cultures (the cultural perspective) rather than how governments have responded to this proposed change (the political perspective).
Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:
Identify a historical perspective that could be applied to your historical event.
Ensure that you use evidence, such as examples or quotes, from your sources to support why you identified a particular perspective.
Revise your research question based on evidence from your primary and secondary sources.
Does the evidence from your primary and secondary sources support your research question, or do they indicate you need to reconsider it? For example, you may need to narrow your focus further or approach your topic from a different perspective. If you do not feel like your research question needs to be changed, explain why.
Explain how historical perspective and evidence from sources influenced your finalized research question.
How did they strengthen or challenge your research question?
Guidelines for Submission
Submit the Module Three Activity Template: Revising Questions. Sources should be cited according to APA style. While references are not required, any sources used should be cited according to APA style if you reference them in your responses. Consult the Shapiro Library APA Style Guide for more information on citations.

The topic is Tulsa Massacre
Please use these template to complete the course​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​ work