information literacy how do these sources accounts give us a different picture of life and events from a certain era of american history

Please write a 1 to 1.5 page, single-spaced (in Word using 1″ margins) on the following assignment:

For this paper, students need to utilizing THREE primary sources found in in the textbook. You can use primary documents (documents written at the time in question) from chapter sections “Documents from Sources from America’s History” (found at the end of each chapter in the Ebook/Learning Curve text for any of the 31 chapters) or documents found in “America Compared,” “Thinking Like a Historian,” and “American Voices” found within each chapter. Use three sources to answer the question: How do these sources/accounts give us a different picture of life and events from a certain era of American history? To help guide your response tell us how these first-hand accounts give us a deeper understanding of an event or time period than was found in the textbook. Papers must make clear what sources are being used, including when you are discussing the textbook chapter (s). They MUST use the following citation format. Note that we are using a “short title” format for source titles:

European monarchs used glowing published reports to promote colonization…….. (Hariot, “A Brief and True Report,” Ch.1)

The first great awakening unleashed a torrent of writings in support of new colleges….(Tennent, “Danger of an Unconverted Ministry,” Ch. 4)

Tennent’s impassioned rhetoric on the importance of a personal experience of salvation supports the data on this issue found in the textbook while giving the reader a more nuanced take on how ministers of the colonial era viewed this important topic. (Ch. 4) (here we subsequently are referencing the text after a primary document)

The American Revolution unleashed forces promoting equality….(Hall, “Petition for Freedom,” Ch. 6)

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