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3 elite notetakers have produced 19 study materials for this Art History course.
These notes cover the first week's notes for class. All of our notes are going to be able to form a study guide for our quizzes and tests as stated by our professor.
These notes cover ancient America and Europeans encountering the new world
Part 1: The migration to the New World, Jamestown, the system of indentured servitude, the beginnings of slavery, and the Virginia Slave Laws are covered in these notes.
Part 2: Puritan and Pilgrim migration, King Phillip's War
British taxation, lead up to the Revolution, the Boston Massacre, American Revolution, Articles of Confederation, Constitutional Congress, Constitution
These notes cover the election of Andrew Jackson, the Indian Removal Act, and Antebellum slavery.
This study guide covers all the lectures as well as the journal questions and any documentaries watched. This goes from the beginnings of America such as the Puritan migration, Jamestown, conflicts with Native Americans, the American Revolution, the Constitution, the election of Andrew Jackson, the Indian Removal Act, and slavery.
Due to no class on Tuesday because of the first test, there was only one lecture covering the anti and pro-slavery movements of the 1800s as well as Nat Turner's Rebellion.
These notes covered the leadup to the Civil War and the tensions that were brought along with it. As well as Lincoln's election in 1860.
The topics covered this week are the Freedmen's Bureau, poll taxes, as well as other related laws during the Jim Crow.
This is the study guide for history midterm
Covers segregation and the guilded age
These notes condense all the class notes into an easily accessible study guide.
The study guide for the history midterm exam.
These notes cover American Imperialism.
These are notes on American Imperialism.
Covers World War I and World War II in America
Covers post-war America and the Civil Rights movement
Covers the civil rights movement and the liberal policies of the 1960s
Covers from World War I to the sixties
The rise of the New Right and Ronald Reagan