MO3210 American Revolutions: Ordinary Lives & Extraordinary Times Reading List Dr. Sarah PearsallMO3210 American Revolutions: Ordinary Lives & Extraordinary Times Reading List Dr. Sarah Pearsall
The astericks signify that those readings are essential for the class presentations. The double astericks refer to the reading that everyone should do even if they do nothing else that week. Otherwise, we will just have to sit there
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Book list for hist 2003Book list for hist 2003
Crosby, Alfred W. The Columbian Exchange: Biological and Cultural Consequences of 1492 (1972)
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Origins J. Greene, The American Revolution srcOrigins J. Greene, The American Revolution src
Pauline Maier, From Resistance to Revolution: Colonial Radicals and the Development of American Opposition to Britain, 1765-1776
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Vce revolutions Units 3 and 4Vce revolutions Units 3 and 4
Some of the print resources contained in this list may be out of print. They have been included because they may still be available from libraries, bookshops and private collections
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The Shaping of a Nation: U. S. History to 1877The Shaping of a Nation: U. S. History to 1877
United States. Understanding these critical factors will not only increase your understanding of United States history but also will serve as a tool to evaluate and critique historical actors and events
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Revolutionary America was a time of turmoil, excitement, and patriotism for the colonists who became involved in the fight for independenceRevolutionary America was a time of turmoil, excitement, and patriotism for the colonists who became involved in the fight for independence
Colonial women participated in and helped initiate the economic boycotts, endangered themselves by acting as spies, and some even disguised themselves as men in order to join the Continental Army
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American Women Writers before the 19th Century* Fall 2010American Women Writers before the 19th Century* Fall 2010
The Coquette (1797) by Hannah W. Foster (1762-1837) were the two best-selling novels in early American literature. Together, the four writers and their works reveal the ideology and the material conditions under which these women writers produced
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Pos 6933: History of American Political Thought Course DescriptionPos 6933: History of American Political Thought Course Description
However, the deeper goal of the class is to help you think critically about current political questions and institutions, and to help you become self-conscious about the positions you take with respect to them, by reflecting upon the past
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Everyday lives Edmund MorganEveryday lives Edmund Morgan
John Demos, Past present and personal, the family and the life course in American History
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