SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
PRE-HISTORY/EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY
Section: HIST 103-150
Credits: 3 credit hours
Availability: 18 (Capacity: 28)
9:30 AM - 10:55 AM
Fulton Campus - F216
A survey of the basic narrative of the growth and development of America from native pre-history through the early Republic. The course will offer a general examination of Native America culturally, socially and politically. European and African influences on American history (from exploration to colonization) will be considered. The early years of the United States (from the American Revolution to the cultural, social, religious, and political development of the Republic) with sensitivity to American unity and diversity will be examined. The emerging international role of the colonies/states will be considered. While the major focus of the course is on pre-nineteenth century history, the course will extend into the 19th century in order to provide insight into results of themes examined in the course of the study (historical continuity).
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