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Unformatted text preview: energy crafting your answers. Many questions have multiple parts, so be sure to read and answer every part of the question. Your grade will suffer for failure to answer each part of the question. Each question will be worth 10 points. Please make direct reference to the primary sources in your answers, however formal citations are not required. Instead, when you quote a source directly, you should use parenthetical references with the name of the author and/or title of the source (not the editors of the book) and page number (s), for example (Turner, 42) or (The Dawes Act, 40) . If you are referring to a source generally, just the author's name will suffice, for example, "As Turner explained. ...". Your answers to each question should be about one paragraph in length (about 5-8 sentences). Some may be a little shorter and some may be a little longer. Your answers must be double-spaced and typed in an appropriate 12pt font....
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2011 for the course HISTORY 35398 taught by Professor Drgill during the Fall '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.
- Fall '10
- US History