HIS 250-OLA - Era of the American Revolution

Offered by: Nassau / Community College | Fall 2019

An in-depth view of the American struggle for independence, removing much of the mythology that surrounds this classic confrontation between colonies and mother country. Beginning with the French and Indian War, the course examines the crises leading to revolution, the military aspects of the war itself, and ends with a look at the new nation in its infancy. Particular attention is focused on both British and Colonial views toward independence, the conspiratorial activities of the radical revolutionary minority, and the roles played by various individuals on all sides of the struggle in the War for Independence.
Prerequisite(s): ENG 100 or ENG 101 or permission of instructor, completion of RDG 001 and/or RDG 002.
Subject: History
General Education Area(s): Social Sciences, American History
Dates: September 3, 2019 — December 23, 2019
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