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Papers On Colonial & Pre-Colonial America
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“Letters From an American Farmer”: Michel Guillaume Jean de Crèvecoeur
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A 6 page discussion of the insight provided into European thought by this French author. Interestingly, Crèvecoeur only lived in the Americas for a relatively short period of time. He became a naturalized citizen, however, and even ventured out among the indigenous inhabitants of the country. His roots, however, and his ideological framework were definitely firmly planted in Europe. Never-the-less, Crèvecoeur’s so-called letters offer tremendous insight into the question of what it is to be an American, as well as how that status relates to such topics as the wilderness and even slavery. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPamrFrm.rtf

“Red, White, and Black: The Peoples of Early North America”: A Review of the Book by Gary Nash
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A 7 page overview of Nash’s views on the impacts inflicted on Native Americans and African Americans by European colonists. Notes that any culture’s objective is cultural survival and that it is not that unique to emphasize one’s own survival even if it means the decimation of another. No additional sources are provided.
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“Robert E Lee: strengths and weaknesses”
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A twelve page paper which looks at Lee’s background and military career, and the way in which his strategies and tactics prolonged the Civil War whilst not allowing him to achieve a final victory over the Union forces despite his use of offensive tactics designed to compensate for the numerical and strategic advantages held by the opposing forces. Bibliography lists 13 sources
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“Slavery in Georgia”
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A paper which looks at the various factors which combined to initiate the acceptance and legalisation of slavery in Georgia, which was the last colony to adopt the practice. The paper considers the economic, political and religious elements which gave rise to acceptance of slavery by Georgians, and the way in which the moral and ethical issues involved were manipulated in order to provide a validation of the practice. Bibliography lists 4 sources
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“The American Revolution and Nova Scotia Reconsidered” by George A. Rawlyk
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A 3 page review and analysis of George A. Rawlyk’s essay “The Ameircan Revolution and Nova Scotia Reconsidered.” No additional sources cited.
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