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HIST 3419 Colonial North America to 1763

3 hours; 3 credits

Explores the colonial origins of American society and shows how a broad array of peoples encountered one another in different regions of North America. Religion and power, warfare and slavery, civilization and wilderness, province and empire, with a particular focus on English-speaking settlements from the 1660s to the end of the Seven Years War in 1763. Examines the ways in which historians and historical actors have interpreted the events of the colonial period.


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