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Essays for History: United States

  1. Statehood of New Mexico
    It took New Mexico more than half a century to shed its territorial status and become a state. New Mexico's citizens first attempted to gain statehood in 1850, when local...
  2. The Issue of African Colonialisms
    Africa The issue of African colonialisms was discussed in this article. Africa has struggled mightily to overcome from its colonial past. Ghana became the first African...
  3. Importance of Voting
    The right to vote is fundamental to the democratic structure of the United States of America and is the people’s conventional method of influencing government. Democracy...
  4. Is the Pledge Constutional?
    If you think about it, you have probably been saying the Pledge of Allegiance everyday since first grade. When you initially learnt it, you didn’t even know what it meant and by the time you did understand it, you said it by pure rote. No one...
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  5. The Causes of the Civil War
    The Not So Civil War By Dylan McCarthy The Civil War was without a doubt the greatest tragedy in American history, a war against itself. The North and South may have...
  6. Jackson vs. Mcclellan
    General Lee said, to be a good soldier you must love the army, to be a good general you must be prepared to order the death of the thing you love, and therein lies the great trap of soldiering. When you attack you must hold nothing back." Thomas J...
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  7. What Efforts Were Made to Strengthen English Control over the Colonies in the Seventeenth Century, and Why Did...
    The English crown tried to reassert their authority on the colonies after restoring power to the throne after the civil wars. After Charles II was restored to the British...
  8. John D. Rockeffelar and Northern Securities
    In 1859 John D. Rockefeller started one of the greatest monopolies of the progressive era. The Standard Oil Company grew to dominate the oil industry and became one of the first big trust in the United States. In 1870 the Northern Pacific Railway...
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  9. John Dickinson
    Even though John Dickinson lived in the colonies, he supported the King and England. He became the “Penman of the Revolution”, but mostly in favor of the king. He tried to suppress the war, but he wasn’t successful.<br /> Born in 1732 in...
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  10. King Philip’s War: America's Most Devastating Conflict
    King Philip’s War (1675-76) is an event that has been largely ignored by the American public and popular historians. However, the almost two-year conflict between the colonists and the Native Americans in New England stands as perhaps the most...
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  11. Summary of the Civil War
    The Civil War (1861 - 1865) took more American lives than any other war in history. It so divided the people of our nation that in some families brother fought against...
  12. Klu Klux Klan
    The Ku Klux Klan was a brutal, suppressive cult organization which fought to deny the basic civil rights and human liberties granted to citizens of the U.S. by the Bill of Rights to African-Americans, immigrants, Roman-Catholics, Jews, socialists...
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  13. Lee Harvey Oswald: Killer or Scapegoat?
    On November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas, "the Crime of the Century" took place. President John F. Kennedy was shot in Dealey Plaza while touring through the city in his open-roof limousine. After the shots were fired, police began looking for...
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  14. Susie King Taylor
    Susie King Taylor In any war, there are people who are a part of the efforts that make it successful, but go unrecognized as a major “player” in it. The Civil War was...
  15. Main Causes of the Great Depression
    The Great Depression was the worst economic slump ever in U.S. history, and one which spread to virtually <br /> all of the <br /> industrialized world. The depression began in late 1929 and lasted for about a decade. Many factors <br...
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  16. Causes of the Civil War
    The American Civil War was a series of political, cultural, and economic differences within the nation that when clashed, lead to a four-year period of hostility and...
  17. Mass Production at the 1920`S
    One of the main factors of USA Economic Boom in the 1920´s was mass production in the car industry . It consisted on a a production line in which workers had to do a certain thing to the product, and then it was taken from that worker to another...
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  18. Mccarthyism and the Media
    The Cold War ushered in a new era in the American society that would change the way in which everyday life was carried on by the public. Men, women and children were convinced to fit the “average” mold that was promoted through propaganda...
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  19. National Independence from Britain War of 1776 and 1812
    National independence is when a nation is independent from other nations. There are many examples of this, but one is America being independent from Great Britain. That war was fought in 1776, but another war in 1812 was fought and is sometimes...
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  20. Nationalism and Sectionalism in the 1800's
    The first six decades of the 19th century in American history are witness to the rival, contending forces of nationalism and sectionalism. Nationalism, a devotion to the interests and culture of one’s nation, played a major role is shaping our...
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  21. Political Morality in Colonial Times
    In Webster's dictionary, morality is defined as "principles of right and <br /> wrong in conduct; ethics." The principles of morality have countless times <br /> evolved over the ages. In earlier times, death was an easy penalty for many <br...
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  22. Pre-Civil War New Orleans
    New Orleans is a city in southern Louisiana, located on the Mississippi River. Most of the city is <br /> situated on the east bank, between the river and Lake Pontchartrain to the north. Because it was built on a <br /> great turn of the...
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  23. Reasons for the Annexation of Texas
    The Annexation of Texas was one of the most debatable <br /> events in American history. The question at hand would, in either <br /> which way chosen, deeply impact the United States for generations <br /> to come. There was on one side a...
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