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SSTH033: American History 1

Credits: 0.5 units/5 hours
5 Evaluations, 3 Projects, 3 Progress Tests
5 Teacher Connects

NCAA Approved
UC a-g Approved

This course discusses the development of America from the colonial era until the start of the twentieth century. This includes European exploration and the collision between different societies (including European, African, and Native American). The course also explores the formation of the American government and how democracy in the United States affected thought and culture. Students will also learn about the influences of the Enlightenment on different cultural groups, religion, political and philosophical writings. Finally, they will examine various reform efforts, the Civil War, and the effects of expansion, immigration, and urbanization on American society.

Course Materials

Textbook: America Through the Lens National Geographic/Cengage. 2019. (ISBN: 9781337111911)

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