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NaiTasha Andrews March 19, 2018 WK3 Final Project Framework Worksheet This worksheet will help you prepare for your final project by organizing the information that you’ll need for your Final Project (paper or PowerPoint presentation) and walking you through the process of defining your topic, researching and analyzing primary and secondary sources, crafting a thesis, and creating an annotated bibliography. Once you have completed the worksheet submit it to the online classroom for grading. After your instructor has graded the worksheet, please be sure to use it and the feedback provided to you by your instructor as you construct your final project. 1. Statement of Topic: What topic will you be researching for your final project? You have the choice of: African Americans Native Americans Women Immigrants You must choose only ONE of the above groups. Which group have you chosen? Women 2. Events You will need to choose at least 4 specific events that you plan to discuss in your final project. You should choose events that show how life in the United States changed over time for the group that you chose. Two events must be from the period between 1877 and 1945 and two events must be from the period 1945 to the present. On this worksheet and in your final project, be sure to discuss the events you’ve chosen in the order that they happened. This will help you put together a project that makes historical sense. Event 1: 1877 to 1945 Name of the event: National women Party
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NaiTasha Andrews March 19, 2018 When it took place: December 1912 Where in the US: In Seneca Falls New York Who was involved: The women who were involved in the Women rights movement were Alice Paul, Elizabeth Stanton and New York, and the Quaker abolitionist Lucretia Mott. Many women came together to protest women rights making way for the National Women’s Party that where Alice Paul was the chairman of the party. What circumstances contributed to the event: Women for years have been put in the backgrounds to be seen and not heard. The right to vote were only given to the man and women had to deal with the decisions. Women did not have the right to vote, so they pushed to be heard and to be able to speak up for themselves. How this event was historically significant: This event was important because this is when women came together and stood against the man and government. Women were not seen as part of the constitution that all were created equal so many women fought to be represented under the constitution.
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