African Americans after emancipation

    1. How did some African Americans create personal and group identity after emancipation? 2. How did the challenge to do so differ for those who were previously enslaved and those who were not? 3. What “institutions” did they established to help them...

Development in the West

        1. What was the most important item to own in the West? 2. How did the Indians view land ownership? 3. Describe the way Americans and the American government treated the Indians. 4. What was the Dawes-Severalty Act? 5. Describe the impact...

“advancing civilization”

          In the Nineteenth Century, Andrew Jackson claimed that his soldiers were “advancing civilization” and that “their violence was an instrument of progress.” He insisted that he wanted to be “just”...

The end of the colonial era

            During the end of the colonial era, in the desperate attempt to curb violence, protest, sedition, as well as civil unrest against the British’ s Rule, the British Indian government passed the controversial Rowlatt Acts of...

The legacy of the British’ s Rule

        The legacy of the British’ s Rule is considered very impactful, as it transformed Indian society to modernity, however as a result of the divide and rule policy, implemented by the British colonizer during the imperial period had uprooted...