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Fall Semester

Spring Semester

Week 1

Week 19

Week 2

Week 20

Week 3

Week 21

Week 4

Week 22

Week 5

Week 23

Week 6

Week 24

Week 7

Week 25

Week 8

Week 26

Week 9

Week 27

Week 10

Week 28

Week 11

Week 29

Week 12

Week 30

Week 13

Week 31

Week 14

Week 32

Week 15

Week 33

Week 16

Week 34

Week 17

Week 35

Week 18

Week 36

 

Week 1

1.1

 

1.2

The First Americans

1.3

Mound Builders and Pueblos

1.4

Native-American Cultures

1.5

The First Europeans

 

Week 2

2.1

Early Settlements

2.2

Jamestown

2.3

Massachusetts

2.4

New Netherland and Maryland

2.5

Colonial-Indian Relations

 

Week 3

3.1

Second Generation of British Colonies

3.2

Settlers, Slaves, and Servants

3.3

The Enduring Mystery of the Anasazi

3.4

New Peoples

3.5

New England

 

Week 4

4.1

The Middle Colonies

4.2

The Southern Colonies

4.3

Society, Schools, and Culture

4.4

Emergence of Colonia Government

4.5

The French and Indian War

 

Week 5

5.1

An Exceptioanl Nation?

5.2

The Witches of Salem

5.3

A New Colonial System

5.4

The Stap act

5.5

Taxation without Representation

 

Week 6

6.1

The Townshend Acts

6.2

Samuel Adams

6.3

The Boston "Tea Party"

6.4

The Coercive Acts

6.5

The Revolution Begins

 

Week 7

7.1

Common Sense and Independence

7.2

Defeats and Victories

7.3

Franco-American Alliance

7.4

The British Move South

7.5

Victory and Independence

 

Week 8

8.1

The Significance of the American Revolution

8.2

State Constitutions

8.3

The Articles of Confederation

8.4

The Problem of Expansion

8.5

Constitutional Convention

 

Week 9

9.1

Debate and Compromise

9.2

Ratification and the Bill of Rights

9.3

President Washington

9.4

Hamilton vs. Jefferson

9.5

Citizen Genet and Foreign Policy

 

Week 10

10.1

Adams and Jefferson

10.2

Louisiana and Britain

10.3

The War of 1812

10.4

The Second Great Awakening

10.5

Building Unity

 

Week 11

11.1

Extension of Slavery

11.2

Latin America and the Monroe Doctrine

11.3

Factionalism and Political Parties

11.4

Nullification Crisis

11.5

The Bank Fight

 

Week 12

12.1

Whigs, Democrats, and Know-Nothings

12.2

Stirrings of Reform

12.3

Women's Rights

12.4

Westward

12.5

The Frontier, "The West," and the American Experience

 

Week 13

13.1

Two Americas

13.2

Lands of Promise

13.3

Slavery and Sectionalism

13.4

The Abolitionists

13.5

Texas and War with Mexico

 

Week 14

14.1

The Compromise of 1850

14.2

A Divided Nation

14.3

Lincoln, Douglas, and Brown

14.4

The 1860 Election

14.5

Secession and Civil War

 

Week 15

15.1

Western Advance, Eastern Stalemate

15.2

Gettysburg to Appomattox

15.3

With Malice toward None

15.4

Radical Reconstruction

15.5

The End of Reconstruction

 

Week 16

16.1

The Civil War and New Patterns of American Politics

16.2

Technology and Change

16.3

Carnegie and the Era of Steel

16.4

Corporations and Cities

16.5

Railroads, Regulations, and the Tariff

 

Week 17

17.1

Revolution in Agriculture

17.2

The Divided South

17.3

The Last Frontier

17.4

The Plight of the Native Americans

17.5

Ambivalent Empire

 

Week 18

18.1

The Canal and the Americas

18.2

United States and Asia

18.3

J.P. Morgan and Finance Capitalism

18.4

Agrarian Distress and the Rise of Populism

18.5

The struggles of Labor

 

Week 19

19.1

The Reform Impulse

19.2

Roosevelt's Reforms

19.3

Taft and Wilson

19.4

A Nation of Nations

19.5

War and Neutral Rights

 

Week 20

20.1

United States Enters World War I

20.2

The League of Nations

20.3

Postwar Unrest

20.4

The Booming 1920s

20.5

Tensions over Immigration

 

Week 21

21.1

Clash of Cultures

21.2

The Great Depression

21.3

Roosevelt and the New Deal

21.4

The First New Deal: Banking and Finance

21.5

The First New Deal: Unemployment

 

Week 22

22.1

The First New Deal: Agriculture

22.2

The First New Deal: Industry and Labor

22.3

The Second New Deal

22.4

A New Coalition

22.5

War and Uneasy Neutrality

 

Week 23

23.1

Japan, Pearl Harbor, and War

23.2

Mobilization for Total War

23.3

The War in North Africa and Europe

23.4

The War in the Pacific

23.5

The Politics of War

 

Week 24

24.1

War, Victory, and the Bomb

24.2

The Rise of Industrial Unions

24.3

Consensus and Change

24.4

Cold War Aims

24.5

Containment

 

Week 25

25.1

Origins of the Cold War

25.2

Containment

25.3

The Cold War in Aisia and the middle East

25.4

Eisenhower and the Cold War

25.5

The Cold War at Home

 

Week 26

26.1

The Postwar Economy: 19451960

26.2

The Fair Deal

26.3

Eisenhower's Approach

26.4

The culture of the 1950s

26.5

Origins of the Civil Rights Movement

 

Week 27

27.1

Desegration

27.2

The Civil Rights Movement, 19601980

27.3

The Women's Movement

27.4

The Latino Movement

27.5

The Native-American Movement

 

Week 28

28.1

The Counterculture

28.2

Environmentalism

28.3

Kennedy and the Resurgence of Big Government Liberalism

28.4

Kennedy and the Cold War

28.5

The Space Program

 

Week 29

29.1

Death of a President

29.2

Lyndon Johnson and the Great Society

29.3

The War in Vietnam

29.4

The Election of 1968

29.5

Nixon, Vietnam, and the Cold War

 

Week 30

30.1

Nixon's Accomplishments and Defeats

30.2

The Ford Interlude

30.3

The Carter Years

30.4

A Society in Transition

30.5

Conservatism and the Rise of Ronald Reagan

 

Week 31

31.1

The Economy in the 1980s

31.2

Foreign Affairs

31.3

U.S.-Soviet Relations

31.4

The Presidency of George H. W. Bush

31.5

Budgets and Deficits

 

Week 32

32.1

End to the Cold War

32.2

The Gulf War

32.3

Panama and NAFTA

32.4

Third-party and Independent Candidates

32.5

1992 Presidential Election

 

Week 33

33.1

A New Presidency

33.2

Launching a New Domestic Policy

33.3

The American Economy in the 1990s

33.4

The Election of 1996 and the Political Aftermath

33.5

American Foreign Relations in the Clinton Years

 

Week 34

34.1

Intimations of Terrorism

34.2

The Presidential Election of 2000 and the War on Terror

34.3

The 2004 Presidential Election

34.4

 

34.5

 

 

Week 35

35.1

 

35.2

 

35.3

 

35.4

 

35.5

 

 

Week 36

36.1

 

36.2

 

36.3

 

36.4

 

36.5