The Transformation of Early New England: Witches, Whalers and Warfare, 1630-1860

CAS HI 455

Explores how religious schisms and revival, warfare with native Americans, political revolution, and commercial development transformed New England from a Puritanical agricultural society into an urbanized, industrial society by the outbreak of the American Civil War. This course cannot be taken for credit in addition to the course entitled "Early American History and Culture" that was previously numbered CAS HI 455.

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