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Aug 10th, 2016
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First, read the description of Project 2 due in Module 7. Outline: Then begin by making an outline of what you want to cover. Your outline should be detailed enough to show the development of your topic for yourPowerPoint, including the introduction, supporting points that will go in your slides, and your conclusions. Your thesis statement should appear under the introduction heading. Your outline should be approximately 1-1.5 pages long in outline format with headings and subheadings organized by ideas that build on your thesis statement. It should not be written in paragraph format. Annotated Bibliography: Next, in the same word document, complete an Annotated Bibliography of at least six sources you intend to use in your Project 2 PowerPoint. Unlike a traditional bibliography, an annotated bibliography explores the sources rather than merely referencing them. According to the staff of Cornell Library, an annotated bibliography should begin first with a proper citation, then:

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RUNNING HEAD: COLONIAL AMERICA1Colonial AmericaNameUniversity DetailsDate of SubmissionCOLONIAL AMERICA2The American colonial history incorporates the history of the European settlement inAmerica until their incorporation in the United States. Notably, major United States programswere launched by major countries such as the England, Netherland, France and Spain during theearly and late 16th century. With these basic premises in mind, this paper seeks to present acritical outline of the major events that took place during the Colonial American period as wellas an annotated bibliography of the period.The Colonia AmericaThe Colonial period1. Emigrations to AmericaLand settlement1. Foreign settlers arrives in America: The English, The Dutch, The Swedish, The GermansFactors encouraging European settlement in America1. Political factors2. Socio-demographic factors3. Economic FactorsSearch for both political and religious freedom1. Protestantization of the church2. Persecutions within the churchCOLONIAL AMERICABlending of Many cultures1. Immigrants blend in America2. Establishment of colonies3. English culture dominatesStrict rules from England1. Authoritative and theocratic rules from England government evolve2. Heretic and orthodox puritans leave major English coloniesSchools and cultures establishment1. Major schools were started.Struggle for independence1. Major press releases the need of independence from the colonial government2.

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