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HIST 4364
U.S. Southern History
Three semester hours.
Study of the major themes in the history of the southern U. S., including slavery, the rise of sectionalism, secession and Civil War, the development of Jim Crow laws and customs, the Lost Cause, and the Civil Rights Movement. This course will examine the political, social, economic, and cultural history of the South and its impact on the nation as a whole. Prerequisite: Six semester credit hours of history. May be taken for graduate credit.

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