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|HIST 200 - US HIST COLONIAL - 1865|
One of two related courses (with HIST 201), which may be taken in either order. European exploration, settlement, and culture in the British North American colonies; movement for independence and constitutional government; foreign relations and foreign policy; efforts toward a more democratic and egalitarian society; social, cultural, and intellectual growth in the new republic; Western expansion and economic development; conflict over slavery and the nature of the union; the Civil War. (HUMD) Assessment levels: ENGL 101/011, READ 120. Three hours lecture/discussion each week.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Bill Hours
History & Political Science,RV Department
General Education Elective, Gen Ed Institute Requirement, General Elective, Humanities Distribution, Upper Level Requirement