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An Empire for Slavery; Texas before the Civil War
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This 5 page paper considers the role of Texas as discussed in Campbell's book; "An Empire for Slavery". The development of Texas economically and the way in which the freedom of slaves was resisted with proactive measures is considered and o8utlined in this paper. The bibliography cites 1 source.
Filename: TEtexas.wps

We The Divided People - America In Its Infancy
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A 5 page paper that examines the political, cultural, and geographical differences that existed within the population of the United States following the Revolutionary War and how these differences contributed to the onset of the Civil War. Included is a discussion of America's massive expansion into the western territories following the Revolution and how this expansion and the opening of the National Road contributed to resentments between the northern and the southern sections of the nation. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: LCAmeric.doc

The History of Weapons
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A 9 page paper that relates the history of weapons creations and development in the 19th century to three major points in history--the American Civil War, the Napoleonic Wars, and the Industrial Revolution. The author suggests that these historical points effected the creation of different types of weapons and that the increased demand and increased technologies of this era pushed weapons inventors into the creative process, with a number of major results. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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U.S. History / Popular Essays
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Approximately 14 pages worth of brief essays on U.S. History from 1877 - the present. Topics discussed include the Spanish-American war, Truman's foreign policy, Roosevelt's New Deal, World War II, and the Civil Rights Act. Available as shorter, individual essays by e-mail request. No Bibliography.
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Caring for the Mentally Ill / Changing Views Since the 19th Century
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Beginning with the 19th century asylum, its justification & treatment of the mentally ill, this 5 page paper offers a comprehensive examination of how views concerning the mentally ill have changed over the years. The writer presents an historic look at how various societies ranging from the post-Civil war era to the days of World War II -- began to treat their mental patients differently as we learned more about the true nature of mental illness. The growing role of government in caring for these patients is discussed as well. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Mentill3.wps

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