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  • First 250 Years Of America's History
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    Zinn's A People's History of the United States: The Oppressed Dr. Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United States might be better titled A Proletarian's History of the United States. In the first three chapters Zinn looks at not only the history of the conquerors, rulers, and leaders; but also the history of the enslaved, the oppressed, and the led. Like any American History book covering the time period of 1492 until the early 1760's, A People's History tells the story of the "discovery" ...
  • Moors From The Country
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    Spain is a very interesting country and has much history behind its geography, population, society, culture and much more. Many of this history can be based on its people and their rich taste and flavor in music and foods. Their history also shows us that from Spain originated many cultures that made many different countries we know today. Spain's dances are also popular and still carried on today. Spain is surrounded by France and Portugal. Its size is slightly more than twice of Oregon. Spain'...
  • History Of Multicultural America Ronald Takaki
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    A Different mirror: A History of Multicultural America Ronald Takaki is one of the foremost-recognized scholars of multicultural studies and holds a PhD. in American History from the University of California, Berkeley. As a professor of Ethnic Studies at the same university, he wrote A Different Mirror: a History of Multicultural America as a fantastic new telling of our nation's history. The book narrates the composition of the many different people of the United States of America. In a lively ...
  • Twelve Different History Textbooks
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    James Loewen wrote the book "Lies My Teacher Told ME" to help the students of the United States become aware of their true history. This book attempts to show how and why American history has been taught the way it has without regard for the truth. Mr. Loewen had compared twelve different history textbooks they are: The Great Republic, The American Way, Land of Promise, Rise of the American Nation, Challenge of Freedom, American Adventures, Discovering American History, The American Tradition, L...
  • Puritan And Indians By Alden Vaughan
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    'Indians': Textualism, Morality, and the Problem of History'; , an essay written by Jane Tompkins, a professor of English at Duke University, outlines Tompkins dissatisfaction on how American Indians are portrayed throughout history. As children, we are taught that in '1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue'; , and that Peter Minuet bought all of Manhattan Island from the Indians for only twenty-four dollars worth of trinkets. In high school, we were taught that in World War II, the Germans were al...
  • Charlie James
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    Violence has been a problem in America since the colonies were first established. During the past ten years, there have been many acts of violence performed in schools throughout the nation. Many arguments have been brought forward as to what all of this violence has stemmed from. What has led these children to bring guns and bombs into schools and perform such horrifying acts Littleton Massacre Seems So American by Charlie James and Chuck Shelton's When White Boys Kill, White Dads Fail both exp...
  • Howard Zinn And Paul Johnson
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    This paper will summarize how Howard Zinn, author of "A People's History of the United States", and Paul Johnson, author of "A History of the American People", view the formation of what is now the United States of America, in its early stages, as well as, an opinionated overview which describes my personal feelings towards their differing accounts of these past times. Howard Zinn, in his respective writing, opened by describing men and women of the Arawak tribe, of the Bahama Islands, as a pict...
  • Mayflower And The Arrival Of The Pilgrims
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    Many citizens of the United States believe that the Civil War, or the September 11th 2001 tragedy was among the most defining moments of US history. But I think that the arrival of the Mayflower was. Without the arrival of the Mayflower many of us wouldn't be here. Without the people of the US, almost all of the crisis and massacres wouldn't have happened. United States is one of the places that people and immigrants would go to for a choice of religion. Without the people with great minds, many...
  • History Teachers And Textbooks Lie
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    Reading, writing and arithmetic, these three subjects are the basic outline for American schools. In those subjects, where does history fit in? Some believe that teachers avoid history because of how corrupt America's has been. James W. Loewen, author of Lies My Teacher Told Me, says, "Parents may feel undermined when children get tools of information not available to adults and use them in ways that seem to threaten adult-held values. ' (Loewen 296.) The adults had to learn the same false histo...

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