American History

Working on this homework? Our experts will prepare a plagiarism free solution with Money-back guarantee. | SOLVED Your task for this discussion is to find and post a picture of an artifact (painting, sculpture, drawing, novel written during the period, etc.) that speaks to you from era beginning with American Imperialism through World War I (Chapters 19-21).  Give a brief summary analysis of why you chose this artifact and why it is significant, including when and where it was produced as well as what it represented.   Has to be 100 words or more.

American History

Working on this homework? Our experts will prepare a plagiarism free solution with Money-back guarantee. | SOLVED Your task for this discussion is to find and post a picture of an artifact (painting, sculpture, drawing, novel written during the period, etc.) that speaks to you from era of the Gilded Age (Chapters 16-18).  Give a brief summary analysis of why you chose this artifact and why it is significant, including when and where it was produced as well as what it represented.  Has to be 100 words or more.

You may have heard of The Diary of Anne Frank, a personal journal that brought to countless readers

Working on this homework? Our experts will prepare a plagiarism free solution with Money-back guarantee. | SOLVED You may have heard of The Diary of Anne Frank, a personal journal that brought to countless readers a young Jewish girl’s experience in hiding during the Holocaust. Those who read Anne Frank’s account learn the reality of genocide in a manner that brings to life the historical event.

Primary Analysis 2

Working on this homework? Our experts will prepare a plagiarism free solution with Money-back guarantee. | SOLVED What were some of the main points that stood out to you as you read The Freedom Charter?  What is their vision of South Africa?  Include ONE quote that stood out to you as important in conveying the vision of the writers of the Freedom Charter.  (worth 5 points; your response should be 3-4 sentences long NOT including the quote)

Primary Analysis 2

Working on this homework? Our experts will prepare a plagiarism free solution with Money-back guarantee. | SOLVED What do you think of Malan’s statement about it being the “divine calling” of the Afrikaners to convert “heathens?”  Bear in mind- by the time this speech was made, most black South Africans had been introduced to and converted to Christianity.  Do you think he was truly concerned about converting Africans to Christianity?  Explain your answer.  (worth 5 points; your response should be 3-4 sentences long)