Monograph for history

Description Using one of the monographs from the approved list on Canvas, below create a mixtape that does the following: DESCRIBES the monograph and sets it in historical context; ANALYZES some aspect of the monograph from a historical point of view (see below for ideas); CONSIDERS the benefits and limitations of the monograph as historical evidence And PROPOSES some unanswered questions that this assignment has left you with. Use Chicago Style for any citations within the paper. Use the directions below for this assignment: Read the monograph in its entirety. Then you will create a soundtrack for your chosen monograph by the following method: Title of the song and artist. Summarize the scene from the book where you would use the song (2-3 sentences). Discuss why you chose this song for the specific scene you summarize. Here, talk about what aspects of the song (music, lyrics, tone, etc) correspond to the passage you summarize (3-4 sentences). Make sure you cite the pages from the text in the summary and or the discussion. You must have five songs and five passages. Example: Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West by Dee Brown. (New York:Holt, Rhinehart and Winston, 1970, 487pp. ISBN 0-03-085322-2) 1. With Arms Wide Open by Creed 2. Run to The Hills by Iron Maiden 3. Great White Buffalo by Ted Nugent 4. Pochohontas by Neil Young 5. American Pie by Don McLean DESCRIBES the monograph and sets it in historical context; ( in at least one paragraph) ANALYZES some aspect of the monograph from a historical point of view (in at least one paragraph); “With Arms Wide Open” by Creed Chapter one of the monograph opens with “Their manners are decorous and praiseworthy” (14) it begins by saying Cristopher Columbus discovers America and its people who live there. The native Americans were peaceful at first with the colonists but after them trying to make them slaves things changed. Soon thereafter the friendships turn to violence that lasts more than 400 years until the native American population is decimated. This songs main chorus is “with arms wide open” which is how the settlers where when they first came to the new world. The song for most of it has a dark tone which I think represents well how the history of the native Americans are after the settlers arrived. The song is a rock ballad so it has a lot of loud instrumental parts which can pair well with the tension that existed soon after confrontation with settlers. Another line in the song saying “ill show you everything” to me this is what the settlers would have said to these native Americans who had never seen guns, jewelry, horses etc. ” Run to The Hills” by Iron Maiden In chapter three of the monograph, “Little Crows War” (50) talks about the Santee tribe whose chief was Little Crow. Their story was one of the first to be the most affected by the white settlers. Many treaties were made in the form of giving up land for payments of money. But the land that was to be kept for the natives ran out of food. During this time the civil war was in full effect and the government was not giving the Indians their money. So after tried attempts to get food the Indians started raiding food houses due to starvation. In the end the Shawnee tribe was mostly killed in battle and the remaining left for small patch of land on a reservation. This song is a fast paced classic rock song with lyrics of two tales. The song starts by saying “he killed our tribes killed our creed” (place a citation using Chicago style, this is a quote from the song) this representing the white man killing the native American’s. But the second verse to the song is the natives attacking the settlers “Woman and children are cowards attack” which represents the natives attacking the white woman and children. This song also has a lot of emotion from the singer which makes the song have more energy to it. The songs chorus “run to the hills” is somewhat true because that’s what ended up happening for many of the native American’s running from the white settlers. Make sure you put a heading and title on your paper, when I state create a mixtape, you will be choosing five relevant songs related to what you have read in the monograph and discuss with citations. Monographs for History 1302 HCC 2018-2019 From Coveralls to Zoot Suits: The Lives of Mexican American Women on the World War II Home Front by Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West by Dee Brown, Hampton Sides Miracle at St. Anna by James McBride King: Pilgrimage to the Mountaintop by Harvard Stikoff Black Like Me by John Howard Griffin Warriors Don’t Cry: A Searing Memoir of the Battle to Integrate Little Rock’s Central High by Melba Beals Why We Can’t Wait by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Trouble in Mind by Leon Litwack (selected chapters consult with professor) The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson Dallas 1963 by Bill Minutaglio The Great Black Way by RJ Smith For Freedom’s Sake: THE LIFE OF FANNIE LOU HAMER (Women in American History) by Chana Lee Blood Done Sign My Name by Timothy Tyson The 1910 Slocum Massacre: An Act of Genocide in East Texas by E. R. Bills Quixote’s Soldiers: A Local History of the Chicano Movement, 1966-1981 by David Montejano Hiroshima by John Hershey No Color Is My Kind: The Life of Eldrewey Stearns and the Integration of Houston By Thomas Cole The Storm of the Century: tragedy, Heroism, Survival, and the Epic True Story of America’s Deadliest Natural Disaster: The Great Gulf Hurricane of 1900 by Al Roker The Rebellious life of Mrs. Rosa Parks by Jeanne Theoharis Houston Bound: culture and color in a jim crow city by Tyina Steptoe Around the World with LBJ by James U. Cross A Mighty Long Way by Carlotta Lanier Freedom Flyers by Todd Moye Walking with the Wind by John Lewis (select chapters consult with the professor) Smoketown by Mark Whitaker Coretta, My Life, My Love, My Legacy by Coretta Scott King Stony the Road by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Barbara Jordan : speaking the truth with eloquent thunder / edited by Max Sherman Born to Serve by Merline Pitre The March on Washington by William P. Jones Showdown: Thurgood Marshall and the Supreme Court Nomination That Changed America An African American and Latinx History of the United States by Paul Ortiz Midnight in Broad Daylight: A Japanese American Family Caught Between Two Worlds by Pamela Sakamoto