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HISTORY: U.S. (After 1865)

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NATURAL CATASTROPHES.
Discusses the Great Fire of Peshtigo, Wisconsin in 1871. Compares it to the Great Chicago Fire of the same night. Analyzes the origins, consequences and aftermath of the Peshtigo fire. Damage, death toll, injuries, destruction of farmland and timberland. Causes as natural and manmade. Relief efforts. Development of new fire policies on fighting and prevention.
GREAT PESHTIGO FIRE OF 1871
This research paper chronicles the great fire which destroyed the village of Peshtigo in northeastern Wisconsin on... more
8 pages | 8 sources | 22 citations | APA citation style

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CONSPIRACY THEORIES.
Contends that the assassination of President John F. Kennedy shifted the U.S. from a period of hope to a period of paranoia and conspiracy theories. Idea of conspiracies as a staple of popular fiction, film, TV. Analysis of Oliver Stone's 1991 film JFK. The 1997 film CONSPIRACY THEORY. Perpetuation on the Internet.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy was President of the United States for less than three years, yet in that time he had a major impact on the country and on... more
6 pages | 7 sources | 7 citations | MLA citation style

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EFFECTS ON THE UNITED STATES OF WORLD WAR II.
Positive and negative impact. Effect on women and minority groups, broadening their aspirations. Greater population mobility. Decline in strength of family aas the key social unit of American society. Economic impact. Move from agricultural production to industrial base. Creation of a new imae for the U.S. of a global superpower.
Effects of World War II on the U.S.
As World War II broke out in Europe, the United States was, for the most part, determined upon maintaining... more
7 pages | 9 sources | 22 citations | APA citation style

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ALASKA.
Compares early Russian and American interests. Russian fur trade in Alaska. Need for Peter the Great to pay expenses of Royal Court. Colonization of Alaska in 1784. Impact on native Tinglit tribe. U.S. purchase of Alaska from Russia in 1867. Development of the mining industry with the discovery of gold. Tin, copper and oil discoveries.
Comparison and Contrasting of the Fur Trade and Mining Interests in Alaska from 1700 to 1845
Introduction
This paper will compare and... more
6 pages | 6 sources | 8 citations | APA citation style

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AMERICAN VALUES.
Traces the origins and evolution of key values of U.S. The ideals and values that shaped American culture and beliefs. Contends that while the U.S. has not always lived up to its ideals, the national ethos has always centered upon the principle of equality and justice. How terrorist events of 9/11 challenged the U.S. and made the country more focused on core values. Table of Contents.
Table of Contents

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Preface 2
Introduction 4
Predominant Values 6more
21 pages | 18 sources | 63 citations | APA citation style

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FLYING THE CONFEDERATE FLAG.
Examines the debate over flying the Confederate Battle Flag over the Statehouse in Columbia, South Carolina. Past & recent history. Sentimental & historical meaning of the Confederate flag to Southerners. Issues of symbolism, partriotism, racism, slavery. South vs. North. Views of whites & African-Americans in South Carolina. Argues that the Confederate flag should remain. Gives reasons.
“To strike freedom of the mind with the fist of patriotism is an old and ugly subtlety,” wrote Adlai Stevenson in a 1952 speech, and his words... more
10 pages | 10 sources | 18 citations | MLA citation style

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CONCEPTS OF FREEDOM IN U.S.
Discusses period 1865-1915 as an "Experiment in freedom." Civil rights struggles of Indians, African-Americans & women. Issues of race, gender, class.
An Experiment in Freedom: The United States, 1865-1915
Introduction
Perhaps the most significant phrase in the president's address is the... more
8 pages | 7 sources | 30 citations | MLA citation style

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HERBERT HOOVER AS SECRETARY OF COMMERCE.
His positive contributions during the 1920s. His humanitarian values, progressive views on labor, international trade. Ties to business interests. Lack of success in agricultural area.
THE GREAT ENGINEER
Herbert Hoover as Secretary of Commerce, 1921-29

Introduction
Herbert Hoover is remembered today primarily... more
10 pages | 6 sources | 15 citations | APA citation style

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PRISONERS WITHOUT TRIALS; JAPANESE AMERICANS IN WORLD WAR II. (ROGER DANIELS).
Discusses internment in context of U.S. history of prejudice & discrimination.
Roger Daniels, in Prisoners Without Trials: Japanese Americans in World War II, makes clear that the internment of Japanese-Americans was not simply a... more
4 pages | 1 sources | MLA citation style

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The End of the Civil War & Reconstruction
Discussion of how Johnson's plan for reconstruction was very different from what Lincoln had envisioned. Deals with this in terms of: political reconstruction; economics and labor; and religion and society.
THE END OF THE CIVIL WAR AND THE RECONSTRUCTION

INTRODUCTION
Lincoln's plan of reconstruction was designed to restore the Southern... more
4 pages | 1 sources | 3 citations | TURABIAN citation style

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