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English 11

Unit 1-stack 2

Primary Sources Primary sources are not always factual – they represent the thoughts and opinions of those living in a certain time period
Primary Sources Can be letters, documents, photos, poetry, etc – anything from that time period (such as The Declaration of Independence, autobiographies, or a sermon given by someone living in colonial America)
William Bradford elected govenor of Plymouth, Mass. Wrote Mayflower compact and Of Plymouth Plantation
Fred Veilleux Contemporary voice wrote "Indians Are a People, Not Mascots."
Anne Bradstreet First American book published by a woman a book of poetry; uses poetry style: rhyming couplets - Born in England
Phillis Wheatley First American book published by an African American woman a book of poetry; Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral.
Olaudah Equiano Slave narratives the most celebrated are Olaudah Equiano's The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano,
Thomas Paine Influencted the Declaration of Independence ; wrote Common Sense
Denotative what a word literally says?
Connotative How a word makes you feel?
Dubious doubting
Unanimous in complete agreement
Want lack
Primary Source original, first-hand document or account
Secondary Source created by someone who did not have a first-hand account
Tone author’s attitude toward the subject or audience
Created by: Gilcher_GRCA
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