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HIST 264

Nineteenth-Century United States

The United States between 1815 and 1900: development of a market economy and industrial society; political parties and presidential leadership; westward expansion; reform movements; slavery and emancipation; sectional crisis and Civil War; ethnic and class conflicts; and roles of women, African Americans and Native Americans.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
Social Science 1 course

Fall Semester information

Sarah Rowley

264A: Nineteenth-Century U.S.

Spring Semester information


264A: Nineteenth-Century U.S.