Turning points are significant events in history which become catalysts for change. These changes, for example, can inspire legislation and war, cause victory or defeat, and lead to the evolution of national ideologies. Some turning points are more obvious than others and are referenced often in the study of history, while others may not be. It is our continued analysis of historical events that determine these significant moments and how they have helped shape the culture of the United States.
Q. In a Word document, provide a statement explain which turning point you will be researching (U.S. history between the years 1400 and 1865) for your final assessment, including why you believe it to be a significant moment in U.S. history. No sources needed