H11 OL12 Southern Society.docxHistory 11: Political & Social History of the United States
America: A Narrative History, by Tindall (Brief Vol 1; 9th Ed.; ISBN 978-0-393-91266-1)
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HOMEWORK QUESTIONS/LECTURE OUTLINES
Intro: Timeline for History 11
Intro: History, Facts, Critical Thinking & Aspects of Culture
1: A Collision of Cultures
2: Establishing British Colonies
3: Colonial Development
4: Road to Revolution
5: Revolutionary War
6: Establishing Government
7: The Federalist Era
8: The Jeffersonian Era
9: The Market Revolution
11. The Jacksonian Era
12: Southern Society
13: Religion, Romanticism, and Reform
14: Westward Expansion
15: The Road to Civil War
16: The Civil War
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