how did race relations in the United States change between 1785 and 1817 as slavery expanded along with white Americans’ movement into new western territories?

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History 101 SBCC<br>
Fall 2014<br>
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Second Paper Assignment<br>
Use the documents in “Document Project 8” (attached) and write a 4paper that answers this question:<br>
• According to these documents, how did race relations in the United States change between 1785 and 1817 as slavery expanded along with white Americans’ movement into new western territories?<br>
Your paper must have an introduction, body, and conclusion, and must have a thesis statement. Please email or make arrangements to see me at my office (IDC 312, cubicle H) if you have any questions or would like any guidance. I also recommend that you visit the Writing Center with a draft or draft portion of your paper. The Writing Center is located in the Cartwright Learning Resources Center (CLRC) – the building on West Campus that is closest to the footbridge. Walk into the building and enter the CLRC to the left. Here is the link to the Writing Center website: https://www.sbcc.edu/clrc/writing_center/<br>
Formatting requirements:<br>
• Use 12-point font<br>
• Use typical fonts: i.e. Courier, Times New Roman, Cambria, etc.<br>
• Use one-inch margins<br>
• Double-spaced<br>
• You must include your name on a title page or at the top of the paper<br>
• For citations of the document project you need only put the number of the<br>
document in parentheses following the sentence in which you paraphrased<br>
or quoted from a document; example: (8.10)<br>
• For citations from the Hewitt and Lawson textbook you need only put the last<br>
name of the author and the page number in parentheses following the sentence in which you paraphrased or quoted from the textbook; example: (Hewitt, 211)<br>
The paper is due on Monday, Nov. 17, as a digital submission via Turnitin on the Moodle 2 link for our course (Fall 2014 – History 101 – 36890). The instructor will provide the link in the same manner as the first paper.