HIU 104 American History Survey Throughthe Civil War
S1I 2010 EMA
B.A. in History, Tufts University
Charlie Company Office, Level O-2, Near Disbursing
Jan 2010 - Jun 2010
Textbook: America : Past and Present : Brief, Comp. Edition: 7TH 07 • Divine
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The class assessment will consist of a Midterm, Final, Two Quizzes, Historiographical Paper and Class Discussion.
Late Submission of Course Materials: Assignments should be turned in on or before the due date on which they are due. Certain work may be made up in cases of legitimate absence. The Instructor must be notified (email or in person) prior to the absence for the absence to be considered excused. Five points will be deducted for papers submitted late and up to five points will be added to papers submitted prior to the due date. Missed examinations must be made up prior to the next scheduled class period, unless arrangements are made with the Instructor.
Classroom Rules of Conduct: It is expected that members of the class will threat each other with respect and dignity. There will be many different views and opinions and no one should be chastised or ridiculed for their contribution to the class. Students should come to class properly prepared to discuss the scheduled lesson. No profanity. Unless the student is making a direct quote, they will conduct their speech as you would in a formal setting.
1. Week of Jan 17-23: NO CLASS ON JAN 18
New World Encounters
Divine, chapters 1, 2 and 3
2. Week of Jan 24-30: North America in the Atlantic World, Revolution
Divine, chapters 3, 4 and 5
3. Week of Jan 31-Feb 6: Revolution, Forging a National Republic: 1763-1783, Defining the Nation
Divine, chapters 6, 7 and 8
Midterm: Feb 5
4. Week of Feb 7-Feb 13: Defining the Nation
Divine, chapters 9 and 10
5. Week of Feb 14-Feb 20: Manifest Destiny: America Looks West
Divine, chapters 11, 12 and 13
6. Week of Feb 21-Feb 27: The Road to Civil War
Divine, chapters 14 and 15
7. Week of Feb 28-Mar 6 : The Civil War
Divine, chapter 15
8. Week of Mar 7-Mar 15:
Papers due: Mar 12
Final Exam: Mar 15
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