Analyze two primary history sources from two different time periods from the list attached using the template provided. Must be in 11 or 12-point font.

Analyze two primary history sources from two different time periods from the list attached using the template provided. Must be in 11 or 12-point font.

Name: Date: US History I Touchstone 4: Analyzing Primary Sources Template Complete the following template, including all parts, for each primary source. Fill out all cells using complete sentences. Part 1: Meet the Primary Source Primary Source 1 Primary Source 2 Write the title of the primary source and paste the web link here. What type of primary source is this? (Types could include a letter, speech, court transcript, legislation, diary entry, photograph, artifact, map, broadside, circular, political cartoon, artwork, etc.) Provide a brief description of something you notice about the source, as if you were explaining to someone who can’t see it. Part 2: Observe its Parts Primary Source 1 Primary Source 2 Who wrote it or created it? Was it one person, or was it a group, like an organization? When was it made? What are two things you know about the personal background or beliefs of the person or group who created it? (4-5 sentences) Was the source meant to be public or private? If public, who do you think was the intended audience? (4-5 sentences) Part 3: Interpret its Meaning: Historical Context Primary Source 1 Primary Source 2 Describe two other things that were happening at the time the source was created. (4-5 sentences) How does that context (or background information) help you understand why it was created? (4-5 sentences) Part 4: Interpret its Meaning: Main Points and Purpose Primary Source 1 Primary Source 2 What is the main idea or point of the source? Use specific evidence from the source itself to support your answer. (4-5 sentences) Why do you think this primary source was made? Provide evidence from your prior responses to support your claim. (4-5 sentences) Part 5: Use it as Historical Evidence Primary Source 1 Primary Source 2 What are two historical questions this source could help you to answer? What are two pieces of information the source presents that you should “fact check” (verify as true) by checking other primary or secondary sources? This primary source shows one perspective on this topic. What are two other perspectives you should get to better understand this event or topic, and why? (4-5 sentences) Reflection: What perspective do you bring to this topic and source? How does your background and the time in which you live affect your perspective? (4-5 sentences) US History I Touchstone Primary Source List US History I Touchstone Primary Sources Review the primary sources from the following list and choose two for your assignment. The sources you select should come from different time periods. Settling the Americas, 10,000 BCE - 1700 ● Privileges and Prerogatives Granted by Their Catholic Majesties to Christopher Columbus: ● Letter of Christopher Columbus on his First Voyage to America: pdf ● Excerpts from Nova Britannia: /sources/1403 ● Richard Frethorne's Letter to his Mother and Father, concerning the experiences of an indentured servant: ● The Mayflower Compact: yflower-compact ● John Winthrop Dreams of a City on a Hill: a-city-on-a-hill-1630/ ● Map of North America from the Moll Atlas: ● John Lawson Encounters Native Americans: -north-american-indians-1709/ ● Examination of Bridget Bishop, as Recorded by Samuel Parris: ● The Trial of George Jacobs: ● Germantown Friends' Protest Against Slavery: The Road to Revolution, 1600-1783 ● The Destruction of Tea at Boston Harbor: ● The Bloody Massacre Perpetrated in King Street, Boston on March 5th 1770 by a Party of the 29th Reg: ● The Bostonian's Paying the Excise-Man, or Tarring & Feathering: ● The Battle of Bunker’s Hill: ● The Able Doctor, or America Swallowing the Bitter Draught: ● Deposition of Captain John Parker Concerning the Battle at Lexington: ● The Battle of Lexington, April 1775: ● Boston Non-Importation Agreement, August 1, 1768: ● Patrick Henry, Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death: ● William Jackson, an Importer; at the Brazen Head: ● Virtual Representation: ● By the King, A Proclamation for Suppressing Rebellion and Sedition: suppressing-rebellion-and-sedition The New Nation, 1776-1840 ● George Washington’s First Inaugural Address: ● Memorial From the Yearly Meeting of the Quakers: ● Illustrated Family Record: ● Naturalization Act of 1790: ● Petition Against the Slave Trade: ● Sedition Act of 1798: ● Congressional Pugilists: ● Act Prohibiting the Importation of Slaves: ● Testimony of Deborah Sampson Gannett: nnett ● President Jefferson's Message About Lewis and Clark's Discoveries: ● Speech of Captain Meriwether Lewis to the Otto Indians: ● Cherokee Petition Protesting Removal: ting-removal-1836/ A Nation Divided, 1800-1877 ● Bill of Sale for a Slave Named George: rge ● The Declaration of Sentiments: ● Anti-Slavery Petition from the Women of Philadelphia: adelphia ● The Way They Go To California: ● Westward the Course of Empire Take Its Way: tudy-us-capitol-14569 ● Declaration of Immediate Causes Which Induce and Justify the Secession of South Carolina from the Federal Union: s-which-induce-and-justify-the-secession-of-south-carolina-from-the-federal-unio n ● "To Colored Men!" Broadside: ● "Wanted! 200 Negroes" Broadside: groes ● “Colored Soldiers! Equal State Rights! And Monthly Pay with White Men!” Circular: ● House Joint Resolution Proposing an Amendment to Prohibit Congress from Abolishing Slavery: slavery ● Lincoln's Recommendation for Gradual Emancipation: ● A Petition for Universal Suffrage: nt
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