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HIST 277

US Women's History: 1700-1900

The impact of settlement, colonization, revolution and independence, industrialization, urbanization, slavery, the Civil War, westward expansion, education and immigration on women. Readings will be drawn from journals, diary excerpts, short stories, novels and letters and from scholarly essays and monographs by historians and other social scientists. Class, race and ethnic differences will be examined throughout the semester.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
Arts and Humanities 1 course

Current Semester Information

Barbara Steinson

277A: US Womens Hist:1700-1900