Be engaged with this archival evidence and see that the story of early British colonization goes far

  

Learning Goal: I’m working on a history writing question and need a sample draft to help me learn.*Note: Make sure you read in the Taylor book and watch the video lecture before tackling this essay for important contextual information.This essay is very open-ended and not scaffolded. The link below will direct you to a page with a large number of links leading to documents – charters (constitutions) treaties, official letters, statements, etc. These documents demonstrate the diversity at play in early British American colonial governance. I’m asking you to choose one (up to a limit of three, if you want to choose more than one) of these documents to summarize and relate to what we’ve learned so far in this course (including in this module). You can choose to simply analyze the document and make sense of it. Or you can talk about the history of colonization in the Americas and use the document as supporting evidence. You can even do a combination of those things. This essay is open-ended and meant to encourage original arguments. My goal is for you to be engaged with this archival evidence and see that the story of early British colonization goes far beyond the narrative of the Mayflower or “13 colonies”:https://avalon.law.yale.edu/subject_menus/statech.asp (Links to an external site.)Requirements:2 Full Pages – I recommend going a bit onto the third page to make sure you meet this requirement12 Point, Times New Roman FontDouble SpacedMust be submitted as PDF or Word .doc (.docx is fine too)PreviousNextRequirements: 2 Full Pages – I recommend going a bit onto the third page to make sure you meet this requirement

Don’t use plagiarized sources. Get Your Custom Essay on
Be engaged with this archival evidence and see that the story of early British colonization goes far
Just from $13/Page