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HIS 201 U.S. History Pre-Columbus to 1877

HIS 201: United States History 1

This guide is designed to assist you with your Critical Book Review assignment for the HIS 201: United States History 1- Present course with Dr. Antonucci.



HIS* 201: United States History I

The course represents a social, political, and economic survey of America beginning before the arrival of Columbus and continuing to 1877 through an analysis of the transformation from Native American to Anglo-American society, from sectionalism to national unity, from westward expansion to urban development and an examination of the forces shaping American thinking and society. Other topics will feature race, ethnicity, women, and family issues.