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HIST 4317
American Revolution/Early National Era 1763-1815
Three semester hours.
A study of the international and colonial developments leading to the American Revolution and the winning of independence from Great Britain. Also includes: U. S. society's beginnings under the Articles of Confederation; the making of the Constitution of 1787, the forging of American institutions and culture under the first presidents, forces leading up to American involvement in the War of 1812, and the impact of the War on American civilization.

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