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 History Projects on Connecticut in the 1600s?

Answer The state of Connecticut has a rich and diverse history, characterized by colonization, religious change and political conflict. The 1600s, in particular, offer a wealth of ideas for research topic... Read More »
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Middle School History Day Projects on Debate & Diplomacy in History?

National History Day is a program that allows students to learn about historical research. Each year a new theme is unveiled and participants complete research using both primary and secondary sour... Read More »
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How many people got TB in the 1600s?

Tuberculosis was a leading cause of death in 1650, but no one knows how many suffered from the disease. Sylvius identified tuberculosis in 1679 and named tubercles as changing the lungs in his "Ope... Read More »
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How to Write an Art Thesis for Art in the 1600s?

A thesis is not an opinion, topic or fact that can be answered with yes or no. An effective thesis consists of two parts -- your argument proposal and support for your claim. The art thesis proves... Read More »
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How was transportation in the 1600s in Virginia?

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