Write a 3-5 page paper that makes an argument about the historical significance of one of the primary sources from The Cruel Years assigned to the class in unit 4 (Feb. 23-March 9).
Your paper should have an introduction where you articulate this significance claim as the paper’s thesis statement. This thesis statement should explain as specifically as possible how the source either 1) supports, 2) adds to, or 3) challenges one of the arguments in the secondary source assigned on the same day as the primary source. For instance, if writing about the primary source for Feb. 25 (“An African American Woman: Surviving the South”), the significance claim would explain how that text supports, adds to, to challenges arguments in the secondary source (Franklin, “The Era of Self-Help”, Chap. 13 in From Slavery to Freedom).
I just want to focus on the example above. Please read the prompt and other attached files carefully. They will help you clarify some of the requirements and provide some structural tips.
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