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Read three sources (one primary and two secondary) based on a chosen Research Exercise Topic listed further below. Find your sources from the A – Z databases found on the Los Angeles Pierce College Library Website homepage (https://library.piercecollege.edu/home), and/or PBS (www.pbs.org). You will only be allowed to find your primary or secondary sources from these two online locations. The student wrote a full three-page paper (summary and analysis) of their three sources. The student submitted their three-page paper through Canvas (and only as a .pdf or .doc or .docx file). Google Docs is not allowed, and submitting your paper via e-mail is not allowed. The student adequately wrote about the Research Exercise Topic they chose listed on the syllabus, without getting off topic. The student did not use the same exact sources that were covered in class. Instead find new sources from pbs.org or the A-Z database found on the Pierce College Library homepage. The student provided the URL links to their three sources within the writing of their paper, once for each source. Doing so just once in your paper is all that’s needed. If you do so multiple times this could cause spacing issues and deduction of points. Please view the sample paper I posted on Canvas for a visual of how your three-page paper should appear.Note: For this assignment do not write your paper or source information in MLA, APA, Chicago Style, or any other formatting style. For this assignment do not include a title page, bibliography, work cited page, footnotes, or endnotes. Instead simply provide me the URL links of your three sources (just one time for each source) within the writing of your paper only. Please view the sample paper I posted on Canvas for a visual of how your three-page paper should appear. The student’s grammatical errors are held to a minimum. The student’s three-page paper is double-spaced [NOT your URL links]. The student’s three-page paper is professionally written. The student did not use any quotes at all. Please do not use quotes in your paper of any kind. Instead use your own words. The student does not have any major spacing issues in their paper. The student does not have any heading information at all (i.e., name, class information, title, etc). No heading information is needed at all,


Choose only ONE of the Research Exercise Topics below to Complete

:Research Exercise Topic #1: Summarize andAnalyzethe Complexities of Violent and Non-violent Resistance to Slavery.

Research Exercise Topic #2: Summarize andAnalyze the Complexities of the Abolitionist Movement.

Research Exercise Topic #3: Summarize and Analyze the Complexities of the life of Harriet Tubman

.Research Exercise Topic #4: Summarize andAnalyze the Complexities of the life of Frederick Douglass.Research Exercise Topic #5: Summarize andAnalyze the Complexities of the Amistad case





Research Exercise Topic #1: Students who summarize and analyze the bullet points below sufficiently, along with adhering to all the requirements for this assignment will receive an A grade for their three-page paper: Nat Turner William Lloyd Garrison David WalkerThe first page should include three paragraphs to provide a summary of the three sources. In the first sentence of each paragraph on the first page, include the URL link of the source you are writing about in that particular paragraph. The second and third pages should be an analysis of all the sources.

Research Exercise Topic #2: Students who summarize and analyze the bullet points below sufficiently, along with adhering to all the requirements for this assignment will receive an A grade for their three-page paper: Maria W. Stewart Angelina and Sarah Grimke William StillThe first page should include three paragraphs to provide a summary of the three sources. In the first sentence of each paragraph on the first page, include the URL link of the source you are writing about in that particular paragraph. The second and third pages should be an analysis of all the sources.

Research Exercise Topic #3: Students who summarize and analyze the bullet points below sufficiently, along with adhering to all the requirements for this assignment will receive an A grade for their three-page paper: Underground Railroad Combahee River Raid Women’s RightsThe first page should include three paragraphs to provide a summary of the three sources. In the first sentence of each paragraph on the first page, include the URL link of the source you are writing about in that particular paragraph. The second and third pages should be an analysis of all the sources.

Research Exercise Topic #4: Students who summarize and analyze the bullet points below sufficiently, along with adhering to all the requirements for this assignment will receive an A grade for their three-page paper: Slave Narratives Abraham Lincoln Emancipation ProclamationThe first page should include three paragraphs to provide a summary of the three sources. In the first sentence of each paragraph on the first page, include the URL link of the source you are writing about in that particular paragraph. The second and third pages should be an analysis of all the sources.

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