HI121 Early New England History
The first 200 years of the New England experience are examined, beginning with early European contact and ending with the American Revolution. The course places special emphasis on developing an appreciation for and understanding of the techniques of modern social history. Students will focus on the nature and development of the early New England community and the stresses placed upon such communities by outward migration; warfare; religious controversy; and economic, social and political change. A library component is included.
3 Credit Hours