Examine an event closely. Find newspaper articles written at the time of the event. Find out more about the people who were involved and why the event is significant to U.S. History.

You may also include sources from national or international newspapers, journals, scholarly books, PBS or BBC documentaries, or government websites from the United States. You MAY NOT use cable news websites, or any other websites. Use APA format. This means that you must include in-text citations after every sentence where you have paraphrased scholarly information. It is understood that within a paragraph you may have some analysis of the information, but the information you are analyzing must be cited. Use Times New Roman 12-point font. Please do not use quotes. I want to read YOUR writing, not that which you have copied. Quotes are used when quoting an expert opinion or to convey a powerful saying. In those instances, one or two short quotes may be used. Otherwise, everything else must be paraphrased. As always, cite your sources of quotes and paraphrases. Please paraphrase by reading several paragraphs, setting the information aside, and then writing down the important parts that you remember. Cite that information. Return to the article and check for content to ensure that you have captured the main ideas from those paragraphs.

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