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Native American Ghost Dance

March 5, 2012


I have decided to focus on the Indian Ghost Dance, and its important role on the culture and beliefs of Indian Americans. In general, religion has always been very interesting to me, because it gives a good insight into the ideas and principles of a certain group. I have been researching my topic through open […]

Memonic Review

January 3, 2012


Memonic is a research and note taking software that easily downloads on to any of your favorite devices or browsers. You can use Memonic for free with limited space and all the major features except for Gathering Mode, or you can pay $28/year, and get unlimited notes, unlimited groups, and all the features. Memonic has […]

Learning the Write Way

October 20, 2011


I have been in United States History Research Seminar for over 6 weeks. We began the year learning about the SOAP Form, which is a “guided process for analyzing primary historical sources and assessing their reliability”. After reading a few primary sources with the SOAP Form to recognize bias, we were assigned to write a […]