Women and Blacks had the same, yet different problems. They had rights taken away from them, as shown in the picture [Doc B] although some of these rights were different. During this revolution, Blacks were starting to gain more rights and freedoms. As this was happening, Women wanted their rights as well, because if blacks get their rights and freedoms, then women can get their rights and freedoms as well. Therefore, the Second Great Awakening and the Antebellum Market Revolution played huge roles in affecting women’s role in the society. In the nineteenth century, some people began to speak out for social changes in America. Women began to speak out for more equal treatment, leaders like Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott helped obtain this cause. Elizabeth and Lucretia spearheaded the first women’s right convention in America history. This convention was called The Seneca Falls Convention, which men and women came to protest the mistreatment of women in social, economic, political, and religious life. This convention had helped women everywhere progressively start getting their independence. The Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions issued by the Convention, which was modeled after the Declaration of Independence, detailed the "injuries and usurpations" that men had inflicted upon women and demanded that women be granted all of the rights stating that “she is as fully entitled as a man to vote and to be eligible to office…” [Doc I]. Women’s right movement had some involvement with women suffrage. Women's suffrage was so radical a concept that women themselves feared it as a threat to the foundation of American society. Opposition to women's suffrage took varied shapes in different countries. Politicians feared that enfranchised women might vote them out of office. Conditions in the 1830s provoked women to press for suffrage; they were increasingly in the factory labor force, but were not treated equally. Progressive men who struggled for such cause as temperance, abolition and educational reform realized they needed women's support. Suffragists were usually advocates
5. Define these term s:
1324 CE - Mansa Musa begins Hajj to Mecca.
1433 - Zheng He makes a final voyage to Africa.
1453 - Byzantine Empire falls.
1455 - Gutenberg prints 180 Bibles.
1503 - Leonardo da Vinci completes the Mona Lisa.
1521 - Magellan dies in the Philippines.
1601 - Shakespeare writes Hamlet.…
Cluster documents together - For example never cite documents all together, such as (Docs. 2, 5, 7, & 9.) Document clusters represent lazy scholarship & leaves the reader with the impression that you lack the desire to individually analyze & interpret each document on an individual basis.
Use direct quotes – The purpose of the DBQ is for you to take on the role of a historian. You are no longer a history student.…
To complete this Graded Assignment, retrieve the Motives for Imperialism DBQ. Use this document with its essay instructions and the DBQ Checklist to complete this DBQ essay. Please consult the rubric throughout the process.
Using the documents, analyze the motives for imperialism. What additional kind of documents would you need to analyze this topic?
There were many different motives for imperialism around the world.…
Then list at least one piece of outside information for each document that you may include in the DBQ such as a key person, event, place, or date.
Be sure to get the main point as it relates to he document.…
Globalization, pd. 5
22 November 2013
Living in a country where all can live in harmony and be citizens almost seems impossible. Until 2007 when an immigration bill was proposed by the Senate to face the crucial problems with immigration. The bill is very detailed, (more than 300 pages in length), but addresses 5 major problems with immigration. The 5 major problems addressed are 1.) Greater border security, 2.)…
The Transformation of Colonial Virginia (DBQ)
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During the time period between 1606 and 1700 hundreds of settlers flocked to the Virginia colony seeking riches – only to find hardship, and no gold.…
In addition to these standards, DBQs are graded on the basis of the degree to which a significant number of the documents have been used to support the thesis, and the amount and quality of outside information included in the response.
Brinkley, Alan. American History Connecting with the Past [CR1a]
Supplemental Texts: [CR1c]
Heffner, Richard D. A Documentary History of the United States, (2013)
Your DBQ is not just about the documents you see on the paper, but also one you can recall from reading. There will be plenty to prepare you ahead of time. It is simply a matter of remembering what they consist of and including them.
DBQ Scoring Rubric
Is the thesis acceptable?
Does the student address all of the documents and demonstrate understanding of all or all but one?…
The First World War was a war that would change the United States and Europe forever. The world war would put the United States’ neutrality policy in question as well as display some advancements of war combat. World war one also brought out some troubling qualities that a country can have.
Nationalism is a love for one’s country to the extreme. Nationalism is what lead Germany to be able to control so many nations in the western hemisphere.…
AP WORLD HISTORY DBQ
By Jessica Zheng
AP WORLD HISTORY DBQ
By Jessica Zheng
Prompt: While the Hansa and Swahili shared many similarities, their differences were equally important. What differences in the two trading alliances were critical to the cultural, economic, and political development of the two alliances?
The Hansa and Swahili were two of the most successful and famous trading cities.…