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Analyze the process of image making or stereotyping as it applied to native americans.

Analyze the process of image making or stereotyping as it applied to Native Americans. When were created the different images created and by whom, why did they emerge, what was their long term significance?

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Make sure to cite the sources you use to gather information on the decade.

Based on your analysis of the text and the research that you conducted to fill out the idea cluster, write a five-paragraph essay on one of the decades not discussed in the passage, either 1900-1910, 1910-1920, 1970’s, 1980’s, 1990’s. 2000’s, or 2010’s. Just choose a decade and record the key events, inventions, movies, songs, political people, trends, and movements. Make sure to cite the sources you use to gather information on the decade.

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I want you to evaluate the activity of the 87th meeting of the texas legislature (make it pleasant to read )( analysis over opinion)

I want you to evaluate the activity of the 87th meeting of the Texas Legislature (Make it pleasant to read )( analysis over opinion)

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Read the article below – Why study history? – by renowned historian Dr. Peter St

Read the article below – Why study history? – by renowned historian Dr. Peter Stearns of George Mason University. Next, watch the video titled “Introduction: Why Study History? by Dr. J. Rufus Fears” under the article “link” below. If you so choose, you can substitute an additional reading, by Dr. William McNeill, in lieu of watching the video by Dr. FearsWrite a 200 word discussion about one (1) of the “reasons” why Dr. Stearns believes we should study history that resonates with your own understanding of history as well as one (1) of the “reasons” given by Dr. Fears. Feel free to compare and contrast them.
McNeill, W. H. (1985). Why study history? American Historical Association. https://www.historians.org/about-aha-and-membership/aha-history-and-archives/historical-archives/why-study-history-(1985)
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Stearns, P. N. (1998). Why study history? American Historical Association. https://www.historians.org/about-aha-and-membership/aha-history-and-archives/historical-archives/why-study-history-(1998)