Compare and Contrast the differences in slavery in the North, the Middle colonies and in the lower South
Compare and Contrast the differences in slavery in the North, the Middle colonies and in the lower South.
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Essay topic is `Compare and contrast the differences in slavery in the North, the Middle colonies and in the Lower South - Compare and Contrast the differences in slavery in the North, the Middle colonies and in the lower South introduction. Why was the institution different in these locations? When and how did slavery become more restrictive? Discuss legislation that isolated slaves and made slavery racial in nature. How did slaves respond to slave conditions? Discuss slave riots and results. ` Essay has to be covered all above questions.
Requirements: You can use only two books on this essay. 1. Making a Nation (The United States and Its People vol. 1) by Jeanne Boydston, Nick Cullather, Jan Ellen Lewis, Micheal McGerr, and James Oakes. Republished by Pearson Prentice hall.
2.American Issues Vol. 1 to 1877 (A primary source reader in United states history) 4th edition. By Irwin Unger and Robert R.Tomes. From Pearson Prentice hall.
Citation – All evidence, quotes, and such – should be referenced by parenthetical citation. i.e`this variety of cultures… conditions.`(MN, 8)
You must have three citations from two sections of American Issues.
You must have three citations from three different chapters of Making a Nation.
You must have a minimum of six (6) sources in your essay and a maximum of eight (8). point will be lost for too few and for too many. limit yourself.
No standing quotes! Use quotes from the text or readings in a sentence, to support some point you are trying to make.
Opening paragraph should contain your thesis statement, and an introduction that covers your reasoning. Each subsequent paragraph should contain the evidence to support your argument. Your last paragraph should summarize the argument you are making, and how the evidence you supplied supports your argument. Your essay should have a strong Thesis statement. In fact, your thesis statement should be italicized and in bold and located in the first paragraph of your essay. Do not use any material from any source except making a nation or American issues. Do not make broad generalizations such as: Lincoln was a great man who freed the slaves or The Civil War was fought to free the slaves (the latter is both BS and inaccurate!) The best essays are those that argue against a preconceived idea. Put some thought into your topic and what your are arguing. Don’t take the easy route. You must make an argument – take a stand!