Questions and Answers on Early Nineteenth Century English History (1800-1840)

In four pages this paper answers five questions pertaining to English history from 1800 to 1840 and include Queen Caroline’s affaire and its impact on women, politics, and society; the Chartist movement objectives and participation of women; most important rapid changes in Great Britain during this time period; and classical liberalism of the 1830s. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

The Issue of the Extension of Slavery Reported in the American Whig

This 4 page paper discusses an 1850 article that appeared in the "American Whig," in favor of retaining slavery in the territories as they joined the U.S. Endnotes list two sources.

Historic Land Grants (Morill Acts) Made by the Federal Government

A 4 page paper on the grants of vacant land given by the U.S. Federal government to make improvements during the last half of the19th century. Included in the discussion is the first Morill Act which helped build up railroads from 1850 through 1871 and also the Second Morill Act (end of the nineteenth century) which helped enable the government to make similar grants to help better-establish universities. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Cape Town; Development Until 1850

This 6 page paper looks at Cape Town, South Africa from its beginnings to 1850. The paper summarises the trends and development of the city within this time frame, with specific examples and link the trends to broader global processes and the experience of modernity with other cities such as Mexico City, Paris, Istanbul and Tokyo. The bibliography cites 6 sources.

When Compromise Is No Longer an Option

This paper discusses the reasons why compromise, which had been fairly successful up to 1850, was not a viable option by 1860. Bibliography lists 1 source.

U.S. - Native American Relations from 1850-1890

This 3 page paper discusses the way in which the U.S. government interacted with the Native Americans from approximately 1850-1890, a period generally called the "Indian Wars." Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Bermuda in 1834:

This 8 page paper explores Bermuda in the early 1800's, and the relationship between masters and slaves. This paper highlights the process of freedom for slaves who were eager to be free as well as the masters who were largely also eager for the slaves to be free. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

How the Anti-Slavery Movement Contributed to the Women's Rights Movement:

This 4 page paper examines pertinent writings from the late 1800's to understand the relationship between the anti-slavery movement and the women's rights movement. This paper asserts that each helped the other succeed. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Irish American Influence on American Culture

A 5 page research paper that examines the influence of Irish Americans on American culture during the period 1800-1877. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

U.S. Civil Rights History:

This 7 page paper examines the general history of civil rights in the United States, ranging from the mid-1800's through the modern-day civil rights movement that occured in the late 1950's. This paper highlights such topics as the Reconstruction era, the KKK, the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments, the GI Bill, the modern civil rights movement, and more. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

China And Japan: Political, Economic And Religious Development Between 1500 And 1800

5 pages in length. The writer discusses the political, economic and religious development of China and Japan between the years of 1500 and 1800. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Women of the 1800's and Their Importance

This three-page-paper explores the women of the 1800's. The ability to vote, smoke in public and obtain higher educations are all explored. Bibliography lists one source.

Industrialization In The US

The tale of indrustialization is one that most Americans associate with a growth in manufacturing, availability of goods, the establishment of large corporations and the labor disputes of the late 1800’s. Politics were recovering from the Civil War and the lines being drawn were changing from North versus south to ‘business’ versus ‘worker’. This 2 page paper takes a brief view of the political atmosphere at a time when America was besieged by a class struggle for worker’s rights. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

English Civil War: Trial of the King Killers

This 3 page essay offers a review of a video "The English Civil War: Trial of the King Killers." Well-produced and accurate, this short film dramatizes several of the 29 trials that occurred in 1660 against the men held responsible for the execution of Charles I at the close of the English Civil War. The writer explains how the film relates to contemporary audiences. Bibliography cites only the video.

The 'World Turned Upside Down,' Describes so Many Historical Times

7 pages in length. Christoper Hill's World Turned Upside Down : Radical Ideas During the English Revolution describes how the English Revolutionary war was waged for several reasons, with religion as one of the primary causes. The author provides a detailed overview of Hill's historical account of the English Revolution. No additional sources sited.