HIS 109 Final Project Worksheet #2: 1945 to Present - HIS 109 Final Project Worksheet#2 1945 to Present This worksheet will help you prepare for your

HIS 109 Final Project Worksheet #2: 1945 to Present - HIS...

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HIS 109 Final Project Worksheet #2: 1945 to PresentThis worksheet will help you prepare for your final project essay by organizing the information that you’llneed for your final paper and walking you through the process of defining your topic, researching and analyzing sources, crafting a thesis, and creating an annotated bibliography.After your instructor has graded the worksheet, please be sure to use it as you prepare the final project essay.1. Statement of Topic:What topic will you be researching for your final project? You have the choice of:1.U. S. Presidents2.From Isolation to Super Power3.Supreme Court Cases4.African Americans5.Literature, Art, and Popular Culture6.Immigrants 7.Native Americans8.WomenYou must choose only ONEof the above topics. Which topic have you chosen?Topic: _____Immigrants______2. EventsYou will need to choose at least 4specific events that you plan to discuss in your final project. You shouldchoose 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 1865 and 1945 (Worksheet #1) and two events must be fromthe period 1945 to the present (Worksheet #2). 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 projectthat makes historical sense.For this worksheet you will only need to pick 2 events between 1945 to present.Event 3: 1945 to PresentEvent: Fidel Castro’s cuban revolution and the exodus of over 200,000 cuban refugees to the UnitedStatesWhen:When did the event happen? Did it happen on a specific date? During a specific decade?Between 1953 and 1959. Fulgencio Batista was officially removed from office January 1, 1959. Where:Where did the event take place?Cuba, with the capitol being HavanaSouth Florida (Miami, Tampa, Union City NJ, Ybor City)
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CAA signed into law in Washington, D.C.Who:Who were the main people involved in the event? What specific group of people was involved? Arethere specific individuals associated with this event?Fidel CastroCuban refugeesWhy:What events or issues contributed to this event happening?
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