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Topic: Mid-Term: Indians and Kwakiutl Tribes, British Government

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Topic: Mid-Term: Indians and Kwakiutl Tribes, British Government

Instructions:

I need the writer to go on to my chabot blackboard account username: W10649379 password: gegr9379 click the History link then Read the instruction for writing the essay. Then click Exam on the left. Then click on the Mid-Term review. These question will possibly what you will need to incorporated in the essay also there are key words at the bottom that will somehow need to be Incorporated in as well. As you can see under each questions there is (week 2) ect... he is referring to the weekly reading under the same tab as the Exam is under. The mid-term will be available starting on Thursday but once the writer starts he/she has to follow through with the entire test. The writer can began on Sunday as well. This a timed essay 1 hour and 30 mins. Due by Sun 9, 11:59 pm Also go under the paper topic link and click on Three Parts of a History paper to get a full understanding as to what the professors is looking for in this essay. 
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Content:

MIDTERM REVIEW By University Midterm Review This is a review of several topics under the history subject so far this semester. These are the answers for the assignments from week 1 to week 6. Q1. The Indians and Kwakiutl tribes of Northwest region of America used to practice giving as a way of increasing one`s status as a generous person in the society (O`Neil, 2008). The cultural practice known as potlatch involved people visiting each other. The host would give the visitor a variety of goods such as food, clothing, money, fish oil, cereals, canoes, slaves, and blankets. The practice helped to mark important events such as childbirth, weddings, and initiation ceremonies. Giving enabled people to practice generosity, glue social bonds, and encourage tribal unity (O`Neil, 2008). Q2. The Europeans ar

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