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1.3.8 Practice: Assessing Colonial Relations Practice Assignment AP U.S. History Sem 1 (S3530872) Name: __________Jash Jhajj__________ Points possible: 80 Date: ___10/5/19_________ This practice assignment is worth 80 points. To get the best grade possible, review the scoring rubric below and follow the instructions in the assignment closely. For this assignment, you will formulate an argument about American Indian–colonial relations in North America, and write a five-paragraph argumentative essay defending your argument and using evidence from primary and secondary sources. The research section of this assignment is worth 40 points. Make sure you completely answer all questions and sections of the research assignment sheet. Step 1: State Your Argument Based on your existing knowledge of American Indian–colonial relations in North America, write an argument to use as the basis of your research. American Indians’ colonial relations with the Europeans was not very good relationship. Step 2: Research Notes Use the chart below to keep track of primary and secondary source evidence you find that supports your argument. Be sure to fill out each column. The following primary sources can be found on the AP U.S. History Research Library: Thomas Morton, "Manners and Customs of the Indians," an extract from his "New English Cannon," 1637
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Pedro Naranjo, "Coexistence and Conflict in the Spanish Southwest: The Pueblo Revolt of 1680" Mary Rowlandson, "Captivity and Restoration" Jean Nicolet, "Account of the First Contact of the Ho-Chunk (Winnebago)" You can use any secondary sources that you like as long as they are reliable and fully cited. Author or title of source Location and date written Description of text Is the account biased? Jean Nicolet Location: Washington D.C. Date:1923 It tells how the French first contacted with the Winnebago. No, it is fully objective. It has no opinions and only tells what happened when the French first contacted the Winnebago.
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