History America’s Great Migration

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Wilkerson Book source: The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration,
-On which 1 of the 3 “characters” in Wilkerson’s book will you focus?

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Four pages – Essay

FINAL MIGRAITON ANALYSIS PAPER PERSONAL MIGRATION HISTORY

 

Related Course Outcome:

Identify and analyze connections between individual events and national historic events. \

 

Migration Analysis Paper (Wilkerson’s book as source) (4 pages)

Explore Isabell Wilkerson’s award winning book, The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration, and analyze how the story of one or more of the characters/profiles connects to the larger issues of the Great Migration of African Americans moving out of the South and/or returning to the South. The Great Migration movement also involves other major history themes such as classic leadership tactics, Black socio-economic disparities, civil rights demands; self-help/nationalism, demographics, etc. You might be surprised and pleased to learn how everyday people drive/generate historical events!

 

-Read the entire Wilkson book (or the Intro., relevant sections and conclusions).

-Decide which of her three profiles/”characters” on whom you will focus your report.

-Complete “Progress Report …” discussion assignments and get feedback.

 

MIGRATION ANALYSIS PAPER GUIDELINE

 

Our Learning outcome: “Identify connections between individual lives and national historic events”

 

Proofread

Review your final draft for adherence to the project goals, objectives and directions; review the SafeAssign tool on Blackboard to guard against plagiarism; and have a friend and/or tutor review your final project paper

 

Title

Descriptive, i.e., “More Push Than Pull: Walker’s protest move from Jackson, MS to Chicago” and should say something about migration and about your particular focus!

 

Introduction

Entice readers into your paper with a summary of your findings/discoveries; introduce your interviewees or Wilkerson’s profiles (“character/s”) (Starling, Gladney and/or Foster) by their full names and/or relationship to you; why were these/this interviewee/s selected; when did the interviews take place; summary of what you learned/discovered, etc.

 

Body

What facts/stories from interviews or the book support your paper’s thesis; what were the specific “push” and “pull” (motivating) factors responsible for the migration/move; who moved; who remained behind; who move head first what connections remain in the south; what connections to history (F&H, etc.); surprises; describe documents which help to tell the stories, etc. of the stories collected from your interviewees or from the Wilkerson’s accounts and analysis of Gladney’s, Starling’s or Foster’s stories. Some questions to answer in your paper might be: Were there more push than pull factors; how is the Great Migration a continuation, expansion, or solution to the unpopular Emigration movements of the antebellum (pre-civil war) period; how do personal stories connect to the general trends of the Great Migration (i.e., did your interviewee/”character” hear about job opportunities in one of the Black Press newspaper such as the Chicago Defender) …?

 

Conclusions

Overall value of this project; challenges faced; next steps; have you accomplished our targeted learning outcome?

 

Sources

Personal Interviews, Franklin & Higginbotham, Wilkerson, family documents, “Banished”, websites, other resources, etc. Cite each source, including each individual: “Last name, first name. ‘Personal Interview’, Date.”

 

Timeline Chart

(Separate document submission) Two-sided; events dates (or approximate dates) personal and national, relevant to your project

 

Structure/requirements

4 pages; section titles (as above); proof-read; submit/upload/attach a MS Word document titled/saved as: “(Your last name) final”

 

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