Very nice draft. Lots of good things here. Katie Harkins, a BHS alumnus who won 1st place in the country back in 08-09 for her project on the Seneca Falls Conventions took a look at your site and said it was good. She and I do have some criticisms though.Too texty. Not visual enough. Way too many long blocks of text. Utilize bullets and sentence fragments more.Make thesis statement larger and center it.Picture of Wesleyan Church is not the right picture. (That was Katie's comment.)"next" link on 2nd declaration of sentiments page is dead.You may want to change your simple "previous" and "next" to something a little more meaningful like "back to reaction" or "next to reform"Overall, a strong draft. 48/50Change "all websites" to "Website Index" on homepage
Nice thorough job. Your argument is reasonable. It proceeds logically. It is well researched and well supported. The layout of the website is bit bland and a bit too texty but it is clear and organized. The background and font colors (expecially red on black) is hard to read. Overall, a real good job.95/100
As a fellow National History Day contestant (Isn't that what you're doing?) this is my third year doing a similar topic and I can tell you personally that this is the single best source on the subject I've ever scene (Other than, like, GreatAmericanDocuments. Great stuff there). You don't mind if I use some of your posts as sources, do you? I'm just asking to be polite, I already am as we speak. Well, as I type, anyway. This comment is getting pointless. Anyway, great site, this will be bookmarked.
Thank you! Feel free to use any of the resources that we provided in our annotated bib, but I highly recommend not using any of our own posts for the research that you are doing. Take care.
Hello, I am Doing National History Day this year and I am doing almost the same topic just on the standpoint of rights and responsibilities and I was wondering where you got your picture of the actual convention. I have looked and looked and I cant find it. If you can respond as soon as possible I would really appreciate it. Thank You. By the way, great website I will definitely use some of this information in my project.
I worked on this project with my group almost 5 years ago so where the source of the picture was has been lost. We never competed with this version of the project so I think we just googled searched and found the image. Feel free to look through our sources that can be found in our annotated bibliography tab. Something that might help is to search the Seneca Falls convention in a database which you can search historical newspapers. Our school used infotrac (galegroup services). This is probably where you can find the original source from the picture. If thats what you need. I hope this helped!
Hello, this is my first year doing National History Day. I am working on the same topic, Seneca Falls Convention, and I was wondering if you interviewed anyone because I am having trouble finding one. Any suggestions?
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