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Witch Hunts During the Puritan Period in American Colonies Analyzed
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This 6 page research paper examines the origins of the witch hunts which took place in the Puritan New England colony in the late-seventeenth century. Specifically considered are the background of the Puritan religion, the underlying causes of the young girls' 'bewitching behavior,' and the role prejudice played during the witch hunts. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Witches.doc

Why Accusations Of Witchcraft Occurred In Colonial New England
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5 pages in length. For contemporary society, it seems a bit difficult to believe some of what transpired in centuries gone by. One such memorable flicker on America's timeline is that of the witch hunts of colonial New England. Men, women and even children, who were branded worshippers of Satan and witchcraft, were deemed a horrid threat to society; in an attempt to rid the town of their presence, presumed devotees of the devil were put to death. Why was this the case when there was little if any proof of this being the truth? There were a great many reasons, but none so powerful as the threat of female independence had at that time. The writer discusses why the fear of women's emancipation was the foremost reason for the colonial New England witch hunts. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Wichcrft.doc

How Was Witchcraft An Attempt to Create Political Order in Salem
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An 8 page paper discussing the premise that the outbreak of witchcraft in 17th century Salem, Massachusetts, was actually an attempt to create political order. The writer also briefly outlines the means by which the witch trials served to preserve the psychological order of Salem Village. Bibliography lists seven sources.
Filename: Salem2.wps

Common Sense; A Pamphlet by Thomas Paine
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This seven page paper examines the pamphlet written by Thomas Paine in 1776 which condemned the rule of Britain over its' colony. The imagery is strong and the language plain which added to its' popularity. This book, which sold about half a million by the end of 1776 is discussed and illustrated with direct quotes. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
Filename: TEtpaine.rtf

Perspectives on Individual Liberty in the Models of Democracy,Liberalism, Socialism, and Anarchy
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This 5 page report discusses various social or governmental models in the context of their attitudes regard individual liberty. Particular attention is paid to the thinking of Edmund Burke and the ways in which he ultimately influenced the most basic aspects of conservatism. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BWlibtry.wps

Colonization, Servitude, and Slavery: Differences in French and Spanish Approaches
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An eight page comparison of English and Spanish colonization of the Americas. Identifies the geographic range of each and the differences between the two countries in regard to issues like dealing with Native Americans, indentured servitude and slavery. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPcolES.rtf

Causes of the Salem Witch Trials
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A 5 page essay on how causes behind the Salem Witch Trials can be traced to Puritanism and the Protestant Reformation. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Strial.wps

The Impact of Protestantism & Puritanism after the Reformation
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A 10 page research paper that examines how Protestantism radically altered English society and gave the world a new paradigm by which to judge spiritual matters. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: Protinf.wps

How History Might Be Changed if The Mayflower Landed in Jamestown
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A 4 page paper that speculates how the issue of slavery might have been different had the Puritan influence been over the plantations of the south. Included is a comparison of the type of people who colonized Jamestown and the type who colonized New England. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: LCJTown.doc

Puritans & The Quest For Religious Freedom In America
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5 pages in length. Like so many other groups who sought a better life, the Puritans created a new existence in America different from what they had known in England. The year was 1620 when the Puritans, an assembly of religious Pilgrims who were persecuted for their beliefs, made their way to the United States in an effort to separate themselves from religious oppression. Their goal was to find a land where they were free to practice their beliefs without the constant torment, and America was just the place for which they were searching. However, when they arrived, they turned into the very element of persecution from which they escaped; not only did they segregated their religion, but they also refused to allow other groups attain the same religious freedom they, too, had so badly sought. The writer discusses the double standard of religious freedom and the Puritans. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Purquest.doc

Puritans Migration To New World
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A 9 page paper that explores the influence of the Puritan migration on America. The writer explains the beliefs of the Puritans, their factions, and the reasons they left England. They had a dramatic influence on the New World, one that is not completely positive. That influence is evident even today. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PGpurt.wps

William Bradford & The Pilgrim Separatist Movement
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A 5 page paper discussing the background of those who sailed over to the 'New World' on the Mayflower. After a discussion of the difference between Separatists (Pilgrims) and Puritans, the paper analyzes Bradford's role in the history of the Plymouth Colony. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Wbradford.doc

Causes & Consequences of Native American Migration
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A 5 page overview of the pre-Columbian history of the people we call Native Americans. Includes possible reasons for their migration to the Americas and describes the complex evolution that resulted in many diverse cultures. Describes the division between the cultural regions separated by the Rio Grande river and differences that existed between the governmental organization of Aztec and Inca. Concludes with a summary of the decimation Native Americans experienced upon contact with European cultures. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Namigrat.wps

Erich M. Remarque’s All Quiet on the Western Front
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This 5 page paper considers the role of chance in the novel, based on Remarque’s notion that chance rules a soldier’s life. This paper also relates the way in which the novel was received at the time of publication in 1929 and also considers the conceptual elements of the work as they relate to the notion of chance. Bibliography lists 8 additional sources.
Filename: mhallsq

John Steinbeck's 'The Pearl' vs. William Bradford's 'Of Plymouth Plantation'
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A 5 page paper comparing and contrasting William Bradford's 1650 work with John Steinbeck's 1945 one. The writer concludes that what pulled the Pilgrim community through its evil times, even more than their God, was the strength they derived from each other and the faith they shared. In embracing capitalism, Steinbeck's protagonist turns his back on his culture, and thus on a big part of himself. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Pearlpl.wps


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