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Ben Calvert Essay 1 Outline Thesis: In early American history there are many themes that took place and tie all of the events and people together. Three major themes that come up over and over in early American history are adaptation, racial tensions, and the importance of space. Collin G. Galloway’s book, New Worlds for All, gives good and detailed examples of these themes and how they were important to the beginning of American History. Many events and people make what American history is but these three major themes stand out and say a lot about early American History. Body Paragraph 1: Adaptation – Continuing theme throughout American history. For many of the first settlers they had to learn how to adapt to the new land and ways of life. “As Indians and Europeans learned and borrowed from each other, they developed or adopted new diets and new ways of procuring food, new styles of architecture, new styles of clothing, and new ways of speaking, and they added new items to the things they used in everyday lives.” (pg.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENG 102 taught by Professor Byrkit during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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