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HIST 4366
Building Modern America, 1865-1914
Three semester hours.
The United States from Reconstruction to the Progressive Era, including industrialization, immigration, urbanization, the rise of Jim Crow, Populism, labor, and social and political reform. Themes include the dramatic changes in U. S. political, racial, gender, economic, and cultural spheres and their impact on the beginnings of "the American century". Prerequisite: Six semester credit hours of history. May be take for graduate credit.

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