History 1301





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America: A Narrative History (9th Edition)

Tindall & Shi

WW Norton Publishers

Volume One



A survey of the social, political, economic,
cultural, and intellectual history of the United
States from the pre-Columbian era to the Civil
War/Reconstruction period. United States
History I includes the study of pre-Columbian,
colonial, revolutionary, early national, slavery
and sectionalism, and the Civil
War/Reconstruction eras. Themes that may be
addressed in United States History I include:
American settlement and diversity, American
culture, religion, civil and human rights,
technological change, economic change,
immigration and migration, and creation of the
federal government.

Assessment: Placement in
ENGL 1301; College-Level Reading. 3 credit hrs.



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