HIST 275 - The United States to 1900

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Hours: Three hours lecture per week This course is specially designed for students in the Teaching and Learning Option of the Liberal Studies Program. Examines the history of the United States from the colonial origins to the emergence of a modern industrial system. Emphasis is given to the major social, political, and cultural events during the period from the early 1600s to 1900, such as the encounters between Native Americans and European explorers, the growth of English colonies, the American Revolution, the transformation of American society after Independence, slavery, abolition, the Civil War, and the development of mass immigration and industrialization. Meets Title V U.S. History Requirement.

Units: 3.00
Grading: Letter Grade

Info current as 11/20/2017
Section Class # Type Days Time Location Instructor Course Details [Key]
01 3724 LEC F  9:00 AM  -  11:50 AM  Bell Tower 2582 Nian-Sheng Huang Course Open Class Details Course Textbook Information
02 3725 LEC W  6:00 PM  -  8:50 PM  DEL NORTE 1530 Nian-Sheng Huang Course Open Class Details Course Textbook Information

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