which primary source would you choose to illustrate your points and why?

Steven, throughout the course, I will ask professor follow-up questions. In the spirit of the Socratic Method, I will ask questions in the main discussion that you will answer in the follow-up discussions. I will then discuss answers in those respective follow-up discussions. There are no right or wrong answers to these follow-up questions.

The university encourages faculty to use the Socratic Method. In short, the Socratic Method is a method of asking and answering questions to develop and practice critical thinking skills. Since this is a history course, our professor follow-up questions will involve working with primary sources, digital archives, and digital history exhibits.

The archives, exhibits and repositories that I have selected are based on several decades of experience in digital history. The questions are based on a decade of teaching publication and teaching research methods.

Note, your answer to the Week 2 follow-up is due the Sunday of Week 3.

For your professor follow-up, using the following resource, https://dp.la/primary-source-sets/the-columbian-exchange which primary source would you choose to illustrate your points and why?

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