Detail: about 800 words describing the project and finding the website of replicable publication.
Identify a journal or a conference for which your could propose your paper as an article or a conference paper.
2. Then find that journal or historical conference’s webpage, and find the place on the page that includes the submission requirements. Then do a basic submission for either an article or conference paper (remember that the article or conference paper will be based on your History 495 research paper). You can do either a journal article submission or a conference paper submission (your choice). I have included a conference paper submission of one of my colleagues as an example.
3. Then write your proposal along with the journal or conference you could submit your proposal to. Your proposal should include your name, what journal or conference you could submit your proposal to, if there is a due date for the proposal (which conferences have) include the due date, and then the actual proposal (which are often about 200-400 words long for a conference paper but see your conference for specific requirements).
You do not have to actually submit your proposal (but you could), nor do you have to write the actual article or conference paper (but your final research paper is of sufficient article length; conference papers are usually shorter, about 10 double spaced pages of text).