HIST 451 - Revolutionary America

Approval Status


Date Reviewed

June 2013
Catalog description:A study of the political, economic, and social institutions and conditions during the long period that included the War of American Independence; the contest between federalism and anti-federalism in the newly-independent United States before 1789; and the emergence of a paradoxical American nation notable for a devotion to chattel slavery and to liberty as well as for technological achievements represented by the Erie Canal.

Course Type

Upper Division