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Slavery In The Ante-bellum South
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A 5 page paper that provides and overview of slavery in the antebellum South and suggests that the social determinations made during this period actually impacted the processes that led to the Civil War. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Anteb.wps

Why Slavery Was Better Than Freedom'
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A 5 page paper on why it was better to be a slave than to be free in a few southern states during the ante-bellum period in American history. The writer argues for the advantages of slavery, not only to the slave owner but to the slave himself. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Slaverya.wps

Henry Wirz, Commandant of Andersonville Confederate Prison Camp
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In 7 pages, the author discusses Henry Wirz who was the commandant of the Confederate prison camp at Andersonville Georgia. Was Henry Wirz an American Civil War criminal, or just a man doing his job and following orders? To some, he was a scapegoat. To others, he was a monster. One must conclude that Henry Wirz was a man in authority. He was the commandant the Confederate prison camp in Andersonville, Georgia. As such, he had a great deal of authority. It was his responsibility to take care of the prisoners of war at the prison camp. That being said, he should have accepted fully the repercussions of what happened at the prison war camp at Andersonville, and thus should have not only answered to the changes, but also taken the punishment deemed necessary for those crimes against humanity. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PCwirz.doc

Native American Views On Custer
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An 8 page paper analyzing the Native American view of Custer and the battle at Little Big Horn that they should have won. The analysis is based on their spiritual views on land preservation and how the preservation has been their spiritual duty for 20 million years. This is contrasted to the U.S. settler's views of autonomy on a new land, and the belief that they also received this land in exchange of developing the 'right' form of government. The Native American view concentrates on the vision as interpreted by Crazy Horse and the council of Chiefs of that time period. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: Custer.wps


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