American history homework help

This is a History paper. Please go through the links of the Youtube videos that I have attached.
Using the life and times of Sam Patch as a starting point, describe what industrialization was doing to the institutions of freedom and equality in America during the Early Republic Period (1800-1837). Construct a 2-3-page paper that describes how industrialization is changing the country during this period and how working-class Americans are responding to it. Be sure to incorporate the general historical narrative in your paper.
This is an argumentative paper. It is essential that you provide a thesis statement (argument). In writing this paper you are required to engage readings from Sam Patch, the Famous JumperSFA, as well as lecture materials. It is expected that you will prove proficiency in the course materials and demonstrate the ability to synthesize and analyze these materials in support of your thesis.

GUIDELINES:

§ DO NOT PLAGIARIZE. Please refer to our policy statement on the syllabus concerning academic dishonesty. It is guaranteed that if you plagiarize at the very least you will fail the paper.
§ Papers should use the MLA format for citations (see below).
§ Papers should provide works cited page at the end of the paper.
§ This paper is to be 2-3 pages in length.  Two FULL pages minimum.
§ Use a 12-point font. Make sure there is a one-inch margin on each side. Double-space the text and number your pages.
§ You must have a cover page. On this cover page, on the upper left-hand side and single-spaced, put your name, section number, Paper 2, and date the paper is due. Your name or other identifying information should NOT appear anywhere else on your paper.
§ Your thesis should appear in bold.
§  All sources must come from the materials covered in the class – so no outside sources.
§ Do not use personal pronouns (I, me, you, etc.). Do not use contractions (don’t, can’t, won’t, etc.).
§ If you fail to follow the above formatting, you will be deducted 2.5 points on the final grade.
§ For every day a paper is late, 2.5 points will be deducted from the final grade of your paper.
Links to Youtube Videos:

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    SAMPATCHPart42.pdf
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    SAMPATCHPart6.pdf
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    SAMPATCHPart11.pdf
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    SFASourcesforAmericasHistoryFirstEditionVolume1To1877byKevinB.Sheetsz-lib.org2.pdf
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    AddresstotheWorkingMenofNewEngland.pdf

History homework help

Read at least two sources on the subject of the Spanish Inquisition and then answer the following questions in complete sentence
Where did The Inquisition take place?
What is meant by The Inquisition?
How did inquisitions come to be used in dealing with cases of heresy?
What religion really responsible for The Inquisition?
Why were heretics burned at the stake?

History homework help

Read at least two sources on the subject of the Spanish Inquisition and then answer the following questions in complete sentence
Where did The Inquisition take place?
What is meant by The Inquisition?
How did inquisitions come to be used in dealing with cases of heresy?
What religion really responsible for The Inquisition?
Why were heretics burned at the stake?

History homework help

ANALYTICAL ESSAY
You will complete a three to five page essay.  In this essay, you will write about a historical person or event in African American history that is portrayed in a Hollywood film (no documentaries please). Students should use primary (at least two) and secondary sources (at least three) to determine the accuracy of the film. For example, the film Harriet was released in 2019. You will view the film and do your own research on Harriet Tubman. In your essay, you should provide a clear and concise history of the life of Harriet Tubman based on primary and secondary sources. Then, you will critique the film pointing out any inaccuracy between the film and the historical record. To garner the highest possible score on this essay, you must draft a clear thesis statement in the introduction, and you must substantiate that thesis by referencing and analyzing specific information and ideas from primary and secondary sources. In other words, it will not be enough to simply type, “I think that….” You will have to denote specific details from your sources and explicitly cite the book pages, speeches, documentaries, and/or other sources you will be using to argue why your thesis is correct.  (See additional writing tips below)
Citation Guidelines for Analytical Essays
When researching and writing the Analytical Essay for this class you are required to use and to specifically cite at least 5 sources.  Moreover, at least 2 of these sources must be primary sources (see definitions below).
Include a bibliography or a works cited page (but that page does not count toward your 4-5, or 5-6 page requirement);
Use the MLA style for your paper.
https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_general_format.html
Primary Sources
are immediate, first-hand accounts of a topic, from people who had a direct connection with it. Primary sources can include:
Texts of laws and other original documents.
Newspaper reports, by reporters who witnessed an event or who quote people who did.
Speeches, diaries, letters and interviews – what the people involved said or wrote.
Original research.
Datasets, survey data, such as census or economic statistics
Secondary Sources
are one step removed from primary sources, though they often quote or otherwise use primary sources. They can cover the same topic, but add a layer of interpretation and analysis.
Secondary sources can include:
Most books about a topic.
Analysis or interpretation of data.
Scholarly or other articles about a topic, especially by people not directly involved.
Documentaries (though they often include photos or video portions that can be considered primary sources).