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Lengths of Historical Papers
How long should an historical essay or research paper be? Is there a particular number of pages or words? Is there a magic number for a great paper? In a word, yes. In another word, no.
Proper Historical Citation
An historical research paper or essay requires the proper citation. Citations tell your reader that you have researched and your information can be referenced. Citations are important and need to be done the right way. History papers should always be cited and cited properly.
Writing an Historical Research Paper
If you are about to write an historical research paper, you need to be aware that this is not a literature paper or a paper for a business law class. Each area of academia has its own way of writing and presentation. A set of general rules to follow can be very helpful.
Cornwallis - A Leader to be Admired
Born on December 31, 1738, Lord Cornwallis entered the world not knowing how much his name would be mentioned throughout history, especially American history.What has been missed throughout history is how much he sympathized with the colonists and his career after his surrender.
Myths Surrounding the Battle of Trenton
History is full of amazing adventures, battles, and events. What most of us do not realize is how much of what we know as “history” is actually legend and myth. The Battle of Trenton during the American Revolutionary War is no exception this.
A Marked Man - A Book Review
Who doesn’t love a good mystery especially when it comes mixed with history? That is what I found when I read Barbara Hamilton’s A Marked Man. It turned out to be a murder mystery involving Abigail Adams, the First Lady who was afraid of no man.
Sir Arthur Evans
Many people dedicate their lives to history and uncovering the past. Sir Arthur J. Evans was one of the most well-known in the late 1800s. His discoveries of the Minoans still fascinate historians today.
Where did the Greek civilization come from? The great civilization that gave us Aristotle and democracy had to come from somewhere. Where was the birthplace of Greece? We can look to the island of Crete and the Minoans for the beginnings of the great Greek civilization.
The Greek Heroic Age
The Greek Heroic Age was the time when legends were made. The tales we use in describing Ancient Greece mainly come from this period. The heart of Greek tradition hails from its great Heroic Period and the glorious civilization of the Mycenae.
Mycenae is one of those places that causes the imagination to fly in so many directions. Anyone who is familiar with ancient history will be familiar Mycenae. This was the center of the Mycenaean civilization that was the Golden Age of Greece’s Bronze Age.
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