Investigate the history of slavery and discuss the ways in which this history impacts contemporary society (Annotated Bibliography Sample)
Week 4 Annotated Bibliography
Support/Development of Ideas: Introductory paragraph sets context for sources. Five sources with two paragraphs for each source: The summary paragraph summarizes the source with author's/authors' main points along with ideas that are relevant to the student's research. The author's credibility is discussed. The connection to research paragraph shows how and where each source will be used in the student's paper. 8 points for each source/2 paragraphs x 5 sources =
REFERENCES: FIVE CREDIBLE, TIMELY SOURCES ARE USED, WITH THE CORRECT INFORMATION LISTED ACCORDING TO APA 6TH EDITION FORMAT, INCLUDING ONE OR TWO CITATIONS PER SOURCE
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Investigate the history of slavery and discuss the ways in which this history impacts contemporary society
Salafia, M. (2017). Slavery's Borderland: Freedom and Bondage along the Ohio River. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Salafia highlights the importance of the Ohio Valley in understanding slavery in the U.S. the states of Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky in the Ohio Valley were united by economic and cultural factors, but were divided on the issue of slavery. There were no radical antislavery movements in borderlands, but there were disagreements about slavery with the elites in Ohio most in support of ablution.
Salafia teaches history programs mainly at North Dakota State University and the book emphasizes the Ohio River as a dividing the Ohio Valley region between areas with slavery and freedom.
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