Article link: Harper’s Weekly – Toward Racial Equality1. Copy and paste article link in Url2.At the top click on illustrations3.Scroll down to the theme “Reconstruction” 4.The three themes I chose is: The first vote, The freedmen’s bureau, One less vote.Instructions:Think about the theme you have chosen and the illustrations you selected. What conclusions can you draw about how people felt about your topic at the time the images were created? What perspectives are not represented in your chosen images?Basic Structure for an Analytically Driven Essay:Your essay should consist of three distinct parts: introduction, body, and summary (conclusion).The IntroductionThesis – This sentence contains the main idea. What is the point of the essay? What are you arguing? A thesis also tells your reader what points you will make in the argument.Preview – briefly state the a,b,c etc. of section II (The Body)You may also begin the introduction with an interesting, yet related attention getting sentence or two to draw the reader in. This is not necessary and if not done correctly can be distracting. Do not begin a paper with some vague sweeping statement like “Throughout history the more things have changed the more they have stayed the same.” Get to the point.The Body – here you should pay attention to the organization of your paragraphs. Your first pointEach point will have a topic sentence (that supports the thesis)Each point will have evidence to support it Perhaps a fact, a concrete example, or a quote from the textPerhaps additional facts, examples, or quotes.Each point will have some sort of further explanation (analysis).Why is this important or significant?Between each point, there should be a transition statement that helps the reader get from point a to b. One really simple example is “Not only is point a important, but point b is also important.” Your second pointEach point will have a topic sentence (that supports the thesis)Each point will have support Perhaps a fact, a concrete example, or a quote from the textEach point will have some sort of further explanation (analysis).Why is this important or significant?Add points with topic sentences, evidence, and analysis until you’ve proven your thesis.The ConclusionThe paragraph should summarize the main points of your essay. This paragraph should state the conclusion at which you have arrived.