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Ashford 2: - Week 1 (Nov 13 - Nov 19) Week One Learning Outcomes This week students will: Reflect on the significance of a historical event. Analyze the important issues related to late 19th century politics, economics, or race in the United States. Examine the rise of the American city. Apply primary sources to historical analysis. Overview Assignment Due Date Format Grading Percent Post Your Introduction Day 1 Discussion 2 Discussion 1: The Search for Order Day 3 (1st post) Discussion 4 Discussion 2: The American City Day 3 (1st post) Discussion 4 Quiz: Week One Quiz Day 6 Quiz 5 Required Readings and Resources 1. To successfully complete this week’s assignments, read the following chapters from the text, A History of the United States since 1865 : o Chapter One – The Search for Order 1865-1900 2. To successfully complete this week’s assignments, review at least two of the following primary sources from Our Documents: o 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution: Abolition of Slavery (1865) o Chinese Exclusion Act (1882)
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o Dawes Act (1887) o Sherman Anti-Trust Act (1890) o Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) Post Your Introduction To post your introduction, go to this week's Post Your Introduction link in the left navigation. This is an opportunity for students and faculty to get to know each other. Share some information about yourself, including your background, professional goals, and course of study at Ashford University. Hello all! My name is Christy, I live in North Florida. I am the proud mother of 6 wonderful children. I am studying Psychology in hopes to be able to help teens that are enduring a difficult childhood as I did in my past. I am presently working at a men’s prison but I am hopeful with this education I will be able to work in a counseling atmosphere in the future. Feel free to ask questions if you have any and I am looking forward to learning together throughout this class.
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  • Fall '10
  • ASHFORD
  • Plessy v. Ferguson, American Civil War, Southern United States, Bowles

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