This week you will be reading a chapter from After the Fact called, Serving Time in Virginia. It focuses on the very high mortality rate in early Virginia.
In this chapter the authors of the book want to address: what are the challenges that historians’ face when working with documents? What is the potential problem with John Smith’s Autobiography? What challenge does the short government proclamation about planting corn and not tobacco present?
So first you need to read the chapter, and then answer the following 3 questions:
The assignment is worth 50 points (and if you go above and beyond you can earn 10 points of extra credit).
Attached is a sample of a very good After the Fact answer from an actual student in U.S. History
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