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Slaves Picking Cotton

"Slaves Picking Cotton."  Library of Congress.  Facts on File, Inc.  American History Online.

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Alexis de Tocqueville

(from Britanica Image Quest)

"I confess that in America I saw more than America; I sought there the image of democracy itself, with its inclinations, its character, its prejudices, and its passions, in order to learn what we have to fear or to hope from its progress."
                                                     --from Democracy in America, 1835 
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Project Description

For your fall semester project, you and a few partners will write an analytical paper on a specific topic of your choice.  You will document your research using the Chicago Manual of Style.  This Guide will help you connect to resources containing both primary and secondary sources.  Please do not hesitate to contact a librarian or Mr. Batchelor if you encounter a problem in your research.

Map of US in 1840

1840 Map of the United States

The map of the United States shown below displays the boundaries for each of the states that existed in year 1840 according to the United States Geological Survey Bulletin 1212.

Red= Manmade boundary        Black=Disputed boundary

(http://www.1930census.com/1840_us_map.php)

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