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Discuss the complex interactions and relationships between Europeans and Native Americans. You will discuss examples of sympathy and hostility as you address three topics:

Prompt Two:
Discuss the complex interactions and relationships between Europeans and Native Americans. You will discuss examples of sympathy and hostility as you address three topics:

What are some of the effects of war on peoples lives?
What role does religion play in each group?
How are personal relationships fostered between people of difficult cultures?
Finally I want you to state whether you believe conflict between different people is inevitable.

Sources:
A Captivity Narrative by Mary Rowlandson
The Jesuit Relations by Paul Le Jeune and Jerome Lalemant

Requirements:

Use the topic you picked in the “Major Paper: Pick a Prompt” assignment.
Font size: 11 or 12 pt. font
Font style: pick one easily readable font (Arial, Times New Roman, Calibri, New Courier), not a handwriting style or an ornate font
Margins: top and bottom of 1; right and left margins of 1.25
Line spacing: 1.5 or 2.0

Citation method:
Chicago Manual of Style
Use a number at the end of the sentence that correlates to the citation at either the bottom of the page (footnote), or at the end of the document (endnote).
Length: 5 full paragraphs minimum
Introduction (ending with a clear thesis statement)
Evidence 1
Evidence 2
Evidence 3
Conclusion (summation of argument with a restated thesis)

What to do:
Review the “Paper Grading Rubric” PDF so you know exactly what criteria I will use to grade your paper.
Write the paper.
The thesis should be stated in the first paragraph, and the rest of the paper should address your thesis.
Note: A thesis statement means nothing if the paper is not completely focused on the main argument. Keep your focus.
Present three pieces of research (or evidence) to back up your thesis. Each evidence paragraph (paragraphs 2-4) should list a minimum of 3 specifics or details.
Reread and revise.