Based on the paper titled “Left Behind” by Misty Smith. Originally published in PSY-230 on September 17, 2017, at  Southern New Hampshire University.

Culturally and linguistically diverse learners (CLDL) and emergent bilingual learners (EBL) have been increasingly in the spotlight when it comes to educational policies within the United States over the past few decades (Hardman 95). However, there are still numerous areas which need to be addressed and improved upon before these students are given the access to the same educational opportunities as native-born or fluent English speaking students.

Companion source paper for “The Propaganda of War. The South’s Misinformation Machine” by Misty Smith.  “Primary Source Analysis” by Misty Smith. Originally posted in HIS-330 on September 17, 2017, at Southern New Hampshire University.

“Episcopal Church. Diocese of Georgia. Bishop (1841-1866: Elliott) Address of the Rt. Rev.
Stephen Elliott, D. D., to the Thirty-Ninth Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal
Church, in the Diocese of Georgia. ,” Documenting the American South, accessed September
15, 2017, http://docsouth.unc.edu/imls/elliott39/menu.html.

The Tragedy at Harper’s Ferry. A poor plan or the genius of a martyr?

John Brown was born on May 9, 1800, in Torrington, Connecticut.[1] A Calvinist, Brown believed that God would bring down wrath and justice against the slave owners. He often quoted the biblical passage Hebrews 9:22 “Without shedding of blood there is no remission of sins.”[2]. He firmly believed that God declared earning profit from slavery a sin and sit out to destroy the institution of slavery itself.[3]

Companion to “The Propaganda of War. The South’s Misinformation Machine” by Misty Smith. “Secondary Source Analysis” by Misty Smith. Originally posted in HIST-330 on October 15, 2017, at Southern New Hampshire University.

Heisser, David C. R. 1998. “Bishop Lynch’s civil war pamphlet on slavery.” Catholic Historical Review 84, no. 4: 681. MAS Ultra – School Edition, EBSCOhost