TWO-PART ASSIGNMENT HIST

Seeking college level content that is articulate, complete and plagiarism free in final draft editing that needs no changes or corrections. Must be competent from beginning to end and on topic and no revisions necessary? Instructions followed completely.

Part one PAPER Instructions

Paper – The Rise of Slavery in Virginia History of the Old South

Use the following two articles: Respond to the (4) questions in a detailed essay? Distinguish/ List the questions prior to its answer? This answer must include the 4 points in the instructions, completely?

Edmund S. Morgan, “Slavery and Freedom: The American Paradox,” The Journal of American History, Vol. 59, Issue 1 (June 1972): 5-29.

Warren M. Billings, “The Law of Servants and Slaves in Seventeenth-Century Virginia,” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 99, no. 1 (January 1991): 45-62.

1. How do Morgan and Billings explain the development of slavery in Virginia? 2. Where exactly do they differ in their explanations? 3. Which one offers a more plausible explanation? 4. Why, in 3-5 pages?

PART TWO – Remarks in 5 – 7 paragraphs, articulate Jeanette Keith, concept regarding early American history of the early south in the Introduction to her textbook The South, a Concise History, Vol. 1. It stipulates and provides three categories of themes that she sees at work in the Early History of the North American South (pages 9-12): chose one as a topic to highlight & explain in detail one of them and its impact as a theme to highlight on the Early South in North America? All of the themes are connected and reference to each of them is acceptable as long as the focus is clearly on ONE of them!

a) race, class, and gender

b) religion

c) defense of liberty

Using the scholarly reading and journal articles to highlight and explain an example of one of these three themes.  Must be relevant, competent, professionally written, college level content, that is coherent and plagiarism free, in final edit, free of errors, revisions, following the instructions completely?