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Creating a monument for an explorer
Assignment in brief
How should we commemorate historical figures?
Using your textbook, notes and other sources, you and a partner will be creating two monuments for a European explorer:
- One from a European perspective
- One from the indigenous people’s perspective.
Along with your monuments, please include:
- the European country represented by the explorer
- where they explored, dates of exploration
- a paragraph explaining WHY each remembers him the way they do
- a works cited page in Chicago format
Purdue OWL provides updated information about and numerous examples of paper formatting, in-text citations and work cited pages.
UNC Writing Center
A comprehensive collection of handouts on writing, style, citation and more.
Formatting MLA Citations
PowerPoint presentation focusing on the why and how of formatting citations in MLA style.
The Map as History
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Christopher Columbus and the First Voyages to the New World by
Call Number: 970.015 DOD
Publication Date: 1991-01-01
Early American Civilization and Exploration - 1607 by
Call Number: 970.01 EAR
Publication Date: 2003-01-01
Call Number: 910.92 FER
Publication Date: 2006-11-01
Who Was First? by
Call Number: 970.01 FRE
Publication Date: 2007-10-15
The Britannica Guide to Explorers and Explorations That Changed the Modern World by
Call Number: 910.9 BRI
Publication Date: 2009-12-20