There is 4 sections with 4 questions each. Answer one question from each section.

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There are four sections in this assignment, with four questions each .You are required to answer only one question in each section. Be sure to include as much information as possible to support your answer. Each answer should be 3-5 paragraphs in length. Be sure to cite your sources. Use APA

Section #1

1. Explain why there were no major witchcraft scares in the Chesapeake colonies and no uprising like Bacon's Rebellion in New England. Consider the possible social, economic, and religious causes of both phenomena.

2. What made Native American peoples vulnerable to conquest by European adventurers?

3. What was the role of the colonies in the British mercantilist system?

4. How did the Great War for Empire change the relationship between England and its American colonies?

Section#2

1. The narrative suggests that the war for American independence was not inevitable, that the British empire could have been saved. Do you agree? At what point during the imperial crisis was peaceful compromise possible?
2. Who was to blame for Britain's failure to win a quick victory over the American rebels: General Howe, General Burgoyne, or the ministers in London? Explain your answer.
3. Why did Britain switch to a Southern military strategy? Why did that strategy ultimately fail?
4. Why was the Constitution a controversial document even as it was being written?

Section#3

1. Weigh the relative importance of the Industrial and Market revolutions in changing the American economy. In what ways was the economy different in 1860 from what it had been in 1800? How would you explain those differences?
2. In what ways did the emerging industrial economy conflict with artisan republicanism? How did wage laborers respond to the new economy?
3. Why did Protestant Christianity and Protestant women emerge as forces for social change?
4. Why did women's issues suddenly become so prominent in American culture?

Section#4

1. How did plantation crops and the slavery system change between 1800 and 1860? Why did these changes occur?
2. How did the abolitionists’ proposals and methods differ from those of earlier antislavery movements? Why did those proposals and methods arouse such hostility in the South and in the North?
3. What was the relationship between the collapse of the Second Party System of Whigs and Democrats and the Republican victory in the election of 1860?
4. In 1860, the institution of slavery was firmly entrenched in the United States; by 1865, it was dead. How did this happen? How did Union policy toward slavery and enslaved people change over the course of the war? Why did it change?




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EagleEye1
School: Cornell University

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Section 1
What made Native American peoples vulnerable to conquest by European adventurers?
Keen to sought out newer venues to trade in regions other than Europe the European adventures
set themselves out to different parts of the world including Asia, America, and Africa. The
keenest aspect of their conquest was the simplicity in which the Europeans conquered their
subjects. Hence, in this case, I take a look at the American native people and how the fell subject
to the European conquest. First is very important to note that the American natives were easily
conquered merely because of their vulnerable nature. Hence three key points stand out and they
include the native's lack of knowledge, slave trade, and diseases. The American natives were
very vulnerable to European diseases that wiped out most of the native's population. These
diseases include smallpox and influenza to which the natives had no cure to hence making the
conquest task very easy for the European adventures since they had some of the treatments to the
diseases (Henretta, Edwards and Rebecca, 2012).
Secondly, the natives were severely short of knowledge, and this was an advantage to the
Europeans since they had the knowledge and skill set to practice some of the most curtail
community activities which included farming. The native used the traditional farming systems
that yielded much fewer crops making food become an issue to them. However, the European
adventures knew about agriculture and could introduce new methods that allowed maximum
harvest, hence making the natives fall subject to their conquest due to their knowledge.
Additionally, the simple understanding of the natives knowing that they were more regarding
population than the Europeans was unavailable hence they fought on different fronts and not a
united front. Therefore, this made it easy for the Europ...

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