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HIST 232: The United States in the Nineteenth Century

Term: Spring

Credits: 4

Degree Requirements: F3

Major Requirement: History of United States
This course examines major social, political, economic, and cultural changes in the nineteenth century, including U.S. relations with
Native North Americans, antebellum reform, the Civil War, Reconstruction, and industrialization. Major themes may include the rise and
decline of sectionalism and transformations in gender and race relations, as well as questions of individualism and community, liberty
and order.

Prerequisites: none.