HIST 3480 The History of New York City
3 hours; 3 credits
New York City from its origins to the present. Indigenous inhabitants before the European invasion; Dutch and English imperial periods; the American Revolution; slavery; immigration and ethnicity; growth, development, and infrastructure; reform, social uplift, and social conflict; urban crisis and urban renewal; public life, culture, and innovation; race and gentrification.
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