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U.S. History Survey Course

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This course is designed to provide a survey of the political, social, economic, and cultural development of the United States from pre-European contact through reconstruction. Specific attention will be directed to the colonial era, establishment of the new nation, sectional problems, national growth, disunion and reconstruction. Particular attention will be placed on the interaction between Europeans, Americans, and the Native Peoples of the "New World." Suggestions texts: Robert A. Divine, et al. America: Past and Present. Volume One to 1877. Fourth edition. Nash, Jeffrey, et. al. American People: Creating a Nation and a Society: Volume One, 4th edition.
Course: Early U.S. History
Date Added to MERLOT: February 15, 2011
Created by: Jared Thorn

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This site is a complete course on U.S. History from the Pre-Columbian... More
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This site has been developed from funding by the National Endownment... More
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Some sections pose questions, which the instructor can easily use in... More
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This is not a huge site but it provides decent background information... More
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The site offers an excellent range of materials including interactive... More
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This site offers a detailed study about the battles of Lexington and... More
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This site contains a variety of primary sources to help students... More
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This excellent website appeals to the history buff and the serious... More
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The background information in each section that sets up the problem... More
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Jefferson's Blood is a well written site incorporating links to... More
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You are the Historian, - the First Thanksgiving, is a WebQuest that... More