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HIST 4316
Colonial America: From the Age of Discovery to 1763
Three semester hours. (FL-Odd)
An examination of the political, social, economic, ideological, religious, and institutional development of America from the age of discovery and early settlements to the end of the French and Indian War. The course will emphasize the regional geography, folkways, and culture of the Chesapeake colonies, Puritan New England, the Lower South, and the Mid-Atlantic societies.

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