Final Project: African Americans

Final Project: African Americans

21 August 0

Running Head: AFRICAN AMERICANS 1 African Americans HIS206: United States History II AFRICAN AMERICANS 2 African Americans In this paper, I will be discussing four significant events that have taken place in American history that shows the progression of the African-American people since 1877. The four events that I have chosen are: The battle for […]

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Political Cartoon Assignment

Political Cartoon Assignment

21 August 0

Political Cartoon Assignment U.S. History HIS 206 Cartoon Choice 2 School Begins The United States began building the country with diversity in the starting years of the twentieth century. With the expansion over the western hemisphere and declaration of war against the country of Spain, the US gained three of its colonies to include the […]

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Women Through History

Women Through History

21 August 0

Women Through History HIS 206: United States History Women Through History The time of 1877 through today, women in America have increasingly obtained rights and freedom to their choices and what reason. Back in history, women’s label was a housewife to the changes of today which have degrees far as a doctor, independent business owner […]

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African American’s perception during the 20th Century

African American’s perception during the 20th Century

21 August 0

African American’s perception during the 20th Century HIS 206: United States History II Over the course of American History, there has always been a very thick line that has separate races and social equality. It’s been a stressful time full of hardships and endeavors journeys. After the turn of the 20th century many races, genders […]

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Analyzing Political Cartoons

Analyzing Political Cartoons

21 August 0

Analyzing Political Cartoons HIS206: United States History II Instructor: Benjamin Christensen Explain the character(s) in the cartoon. The character(s) displayed in the cartoon “The Big Stick in the Caribbean Sea” is composed of United States, Santo Domingo, Cuba, Mexico, Panama, and Venezuela. These character’s all have some form of power or fulfillment in the elaborate […]

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Final Paper: African American and American Society

Final Paper: African American and American Society

21 August 0

African American and American Society HIS 206 – United States History II African Americans and American Society African Americans have come along way since 1877. During the 1800’s, Jim Crow laws were created to enforce racial segregation between African Americans and White people. Schools, parks, cemeteries, restaurants and more were part of the segregation that […]

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African American and American Society

African American and American Society

21 August 0

African American and American Society HIS 206 United States History II African Americans and American Society African Americans have come along way since 1877. During the 1800’s, Jim Crow laws were created to enforce racial segregation between African Americans and White people. Schools, parks, cemeteries, restaurants and more were part of the segregation that chose […]

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HIS 206 week 5 Final Paper

HIS 206 week 5 Final Paper

09 October 0

Final Project: African-American HIS 206: United States History II African-Americans As a means to reduces racial violence and social unrest in the 20th-century, southern progressives promoted segregation amongst races. Very few Progressive reforms such as child labor laws and workers’ compensation, were extended to African-Americans. In fact, African-Americans developed their own leadership and institutions instead […]

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Analyzing Political Cartoons: School Begins

Analyzing Political Cartoons: School Begins

08 October 0

Analyzing Political Cartoons: School Begins HIS 206: United States History II Characters in the Cartoon The characters present in this cartoon are Uncle Sam representing a teacher, students representing Philippines, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, and Cuba, and students representing the following states: California, Texas, Alaska, Arizona, New Mexico, and others that do not have the names […]

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HIS 206 week 2 Discussion 1

HIS 206 week 2 Discussion 1

07 October 0

The Progressive Era While this Progressive Era wasn’t ultimately that Progressive nor was it an era, the importance of its successful reforms cannot be understated. Progressivism was a political movement that began in the late 19th century and reached national attention in politics shortly thereafter. Progressives believed that it was the intellectuals in society that […]

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