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Papers On U.S. History
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Women in Religion
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This 11 page paper explores the obstacles women faced in the Christian church during the nineteenth century and similar problems they live with in America today. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: Womenrel.rtf

Undaunted Courage / Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson & The Opening of the American West
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A 19 page paper that provides a chapter by chapter overview of Stephen Ambrose's book. Excellent for study notes ! No additional sources cited.
Filename: Sambrose.wps

American History/Short Essays
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Contains several short essays/works; a 3 page creatively-written letter from the standpoint of former Indian leader Jawaharlal Nehru to Winston Churchill, a 1 page opinion about the U.S. decision to explode atomic bombs over Japan at the conclusion of World War II, and 1 page discussing the sociopolitical struggles of Vietnam veterans in our country. No bibliography.
Filename: Amhistes.wps

Witch Hunts During the Puritan Period in American Colonies Analyzed
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This 6 page research paper examines the origins of the witch hunts which took place in the Puritan New England colony in the late-seventeenth century. Specifically considered are the background of the Puritan religion, the underlying causes of the young girls' 'bewitching behavior,' and the role prejudice played during the witch hunts. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Witches.doc

Why Accusations Of Witchcraft Occurred In Colonial New England
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5 pages in length. For contemporary society, it seems a bit difficult to believe some of what transpired in centuries gone by. One such memorable flicker on America's timeline is that of the witch hunts of colonial New England. Men, women and even children, who were branded worshippers of Satan and witchcraft, were deemed a horrid threat to society; in an attempt to rid the town of their presence, presumed devotees of the devil were put to death. Why was this the case when there was little if any proof of this being the truth? There were a great many reasons, but none so powerful as the threat of female independence had at that time. The writer discusses why the fear of women's emancipation was the foremost reason for the colonial New England witch hunts. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Wichcrft.doc


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