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Hi I need another script like the last one you wrote. I also attached the essay for the pre-script.

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Burgett, Bruce, and Hendler, Glenn, eds. Keywords for American Cultural Studies. New York, NY, USA: New York University Press (NYU Press), 2007. ProQuest ebrary. Web. 14 March 2016. Copyright © 2007. New York University Press (NYU Press). All rights reserved.
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Burgett, Bruce, and Hendler, Glenn, eds. Keywords for American Cultural Studies. New York, NY, USA: New York University Press (NYU Press), 2007. ProQuest ebrary. Web. 14 March 2016. Copyright © 2007. New York University Press (NYU Press). All rights reserved.
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Like the African colonization, American also underwent through colonization period and the history of the United States envelops the history of European settlement from the beginning of American’s colonization to their incorporation into the United States. In the late16th and early 17 th century onwards, France, England, Netherlands and Spain launched main colonization programs in the east of North Carolina. During this time of colonization, religiosity expanded, and each colony which was established by colonialists was characterized by religious diversity. It is this religious expansion that led to First Great Awakening in which after a series of Evangelism process the Second Great Awakening happened. All this happened in the 17 th century and by the 18 th century, the American colonies were growing at a very high rate because of low death rates which were accompanied with enough supplies of land as well as land. The colonies were richer than most of the Britain, and so this attracted immigrants specifically teenagers who came as indentured servants. The rice, tobacco and cotton plantations on the other side imported African slaves for British colonies labor hence the number of African slaves increasing up to a fifth of the American total population. The picture below shows a child
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from low social, economic and political class, from slavery family tired of work in cocoa plantation. In the 18 th century, the upper class which was characterized by wealth which was based on large plantations had slaves who worked on their plantations. On top of that, they held significant political power, and they were church controllers. Additionally, it is still during this century that almost of the colonies started rebelling against British rule and this lead to their independence in the year 1776 as the United States of America. Though this revolution left most of the black people as free, the demand for slaves raised again due to expansion in cotton
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1. Read the sections “The Rise of Big Business,” in the chapter " Gilded Age ," and 1930s ” in the chapter "Great Depression," and “The Past Three Decades” in the chapter " 1970-2000 " in the digital history textbook 2. Choose an item from the primary source material collection below. For this activity you will use Screencastomatic to create a 5-minute screencast presentation that examines the ideas about race we have studied over the course of the unit. Use the following guidelines: a. Prompt: create a screencast that examines how the concept of class has developed over the course of American history using critical concepts and primary sources that we have studied in this unit. b. Putting together your script. You will primarily build on the essay you have written for week 8 in order to write your script and organize your presentation. However, you may use the essays you’ve written for other assignments, too. to show how the concept of class has developed over the course of American history. c. Primary Sources: i. You should have at least one primary source from each of the previous two weeks . (These should be sources you’ve already written about.) Virtual Tours of the Tenement Museum: http://www.tenement.org/Virtual_Tour/index_virtual.html http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/6475/ ii. In addition to the work you’ve already done, add at least one primary source item below and incorporate historical material from the Digital History textbook dealing with the 20th century. iii. You should also have one primary source not on the syllabus. This should be a primary source from one of the time periods we’ve encountered. You can choose one….I trust your judgement iv. As you’re organizing your presentation, think of ways the primary sources you've chosen this week develop ideas about race we've encountered during the previous weeks of this unit. Make sure to identify and explain connections between your chosen items. v. Keywords : 1. Use at least one of the Keywords essays from this unit. 2. Connect ideas from Keywords essay to your main point about the development of race over the course of American history and show how the Keywords essay offers insight for your primary sources.
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Primary Sources Lomax Penitentiary Recordings, 1947/48 http://research.culturalequity.org/get- audio-ix.do?ix=session&id=PR47&idType=abbrev&sortBy=abc Life Stories of Undistinguished Americans: https://archive.org/details/lifestoriesundis00holtrich Studs Terkel Great Depression interviews: http://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio- archives/episode/368/who-do-you-think-you-are?act=1 1937 Delman Evening Pumps: http://www.metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the- collections/80096671?rpp=20&pg=2&ft=luxury&when=A.D.+1900- present&where=United+States&pos=37 Website for “Occupy” Movement http://occupytogether.org/
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