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HIST 10 • Early American History, 1450 - 1877
Instructor: William Cuddihy
M-W: WordRTF
Tu-Th: WordRTF
Reading Assignments and Important Terms: WordRTF


HIST 10 • History of Early America (Colonial)
Instructor: Dr. Julian DelGaudio

Course Information:
This semester History 10 will explore slavery with a special emphasis on the slave's search for freedom. Toward this goal we will be reading one of Frederick Douglass's slave narratives. In addition, students will be asked to prepare an account of how an individual slave runaway obtained their freedom.


HIST 10 • History of Early America (Colonial)
Instructor: Wayne Grutzmacher


HIST 10 • Early American History, 1450 - 1877
Instructor: Robin Spence
Syllabus: WordTextPDF
Boston Massacre Article: PDF
Writing Assignment: PDF
Reading and Terms: WordRTFPDF
Lecture Outline: WordRTFPDF
The Road to the American Revolutionary War: WordRTFPDF
Revolutionary War, Topics 6-8: WordRTFPDF
Midterm Study Guide: WordRTFPDF
Topic Assignments: WordRTFPDF
FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE: WordRTFPDF


HIST 11 • History of Modern America, Reconstruction - Present
Instructor: Dr. Julian DelGaudio
Course Information: This course examines American History from 1865 to the present using seven learning objectives: multiculturalism, regional differentiation, the market and welfare-warfare state as the basis of American welfare, cultural change from traditional to modern society, the role of the state, the American empire, and the role of cultural and racial or ethnic outsiders to challenge Americans to live up to their ideals or establish new ideals. This semester the instructor is particularly interested in showing how American history can illuminate the events surrounding the attack of September 11, 2001


HIST 11 • History of Modern America, Reconstruction - Present
Instructor: Wayne Grutzmacher