US History 1775-1865: America from Revolution to Civil War

MET HI 252

This course explores American history from the end of the Revolution up through the Civil War. Particular emphasis is given to debates on the form and role of the both state power and the Federal Government, the evolution of slavery and the abolitionist movement, the impact and outlines of the Industrial Revolution, the emergence of the suffragette movement, immigration and America's role in the world, and the development of a unified popular culture in the US. The events of this period are contextualized by examining various primary sources from the era and exploring different historiographic viewpoints.

SPRG 2024 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Sebold SAR 300 R 6:00 pm-8:45 pm

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