• This class is an in-depth study of the time period in U.S. History from Pre-Revolutionary America to 1900. Students will study the thirteen colonies, American Revolution, Constitution, and The Early National period, including the slave trade and Amistad, the pre-antebellum period, the Civil War, and Reconstruction. Political, economic, and social aspects of the Industrialized Era are included as topics for discussion. Additional outside readings and research papers are integral components of the course.


    Age of Exploration and  European Colonization- 1 week in September

    English Colonial Period- 3 weeks in September

    Pre-Revolutionary Period- 2 weeks in October

    American Revolution-2 weeks in October, 2 weeks in November

    Constitution-2 weeks in November, 2 weeks in December

    Federal Era- 2 weeks in December, 2 weeks in January

    Jeffersonian Democracy- 1 week in January, 1 week in February

    Age of Jackson- 3 weeks in February

    Manifest Destiny- 3 weeks in March

    Pre-Civil War- 1 week in March, 2 weeks in April

    Civil War- 2 weeks in April, 1 week in May

    Reconstruction- 2 weeks in May

    Taming of the West and Industrialization- 1 week in May, 1 week in June


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