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HIST 123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Smallpox Vaccine, Scarlet Fever, Variolation
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Lecture 16: Cures: vaccines and antitoxin Smallpox in the 18 century th th 13 of all childhood deaths in 17 and 18 c. Europe from smallpox The history is not neatly told in a particular moment in time but better to look at...

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HIST 123
Elizabeth Piper
HIST 123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Aedes Aegypti, Army Medical School, Yellow Fever
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Lecture 15: Prevention: Mosquitoes, Flies, and Bedbugs Yellow Fever Role of mosquitoes Growing concerns on how clean water, disposal of human waste, how it lead to public and legal pressure of habits and life...

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HIST 123
Elizabeth Piper
HIST 123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Pneumonic Plague, Rodent, Stellar Population
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Lecture 14 Disease and Western imperialism DNA analysis allows us to see these as waves of pathogen moving, relate the pandemics as waves of the same pathogen moving globally at different moments in time Not...

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HIST 123
Elizabeth Piper
HIST 123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Night Soil, Human Waste, Germ Theory Of Disease
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Lecture 13 Sanitation, Germ theory, and the rise of public health th 19 century cities were dirty: we are inclined to see history as progress, but cities were cleaner probably in the 14 century than in the 19 century There...

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HIST 123
Elizabeth Piper
HIST 123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Yellow Fever, Haitian Revolution, Flavivirus
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Lecture 11: Yellow Fever. Contact Era Epidemics 1640-1800 Thinking about the European colonialism in the new world Importance: not all diseases that travel from old world to new world have same effect Crowd diseases: infec...

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HIST 123
Elizabeth Piper
HIST261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: North South Mrt Line, Scientific Management, Paternalism

Industrialization and Labor Chapter 1 and 2 Key Questions What were the key shifts underway through the process of industrialization? With respect to industrialization, what is the legacy of the national policy? What were...

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HIST261
Shannon Bower
HIST261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Clifford Sifton, Western Settlement, Land Run

The National Policy and Western Settlement Chapter 2 Key Questions What were the key planks of John A. Macdonald's national policy? How did Clifford Sifton promote immigration under Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier? What we...

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HIST261
Shannon Bower
HIST261 Lecture 5: Sept 19- Prairie Indigenous Peoples and the Canadian State

Prairie Indigenous Peoples and the Canadian State Chapter 2 Key Questions What were the major features of Canadian policy toward prairie Indigenous peoples in the late 19th century? What factors drove treatymaking? What is...

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HIST261
Shannon Bower
HIST261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Poster Stamp, Smallpox, Red River Cart

Canada, the Mtis, and the New Province of Manitoba Chapter 2 Key Questions: What factors drove Canada westward? What were the key characteristics of the Mtis? What were the salient features of the Manitoba Act...

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HIST261
Shannon Bower
HIST261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Quebec Resolutions, Free-Trade Area, Socioeconomics

Chapter 1 Key Questions: What were the factors leading to Confederation? How should we understand Confederation? Province of Canada: o Includes both Canada East and Canada West o Colonies of Britai...

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HIST261
Shannon Bower
HIST261 Lecture 2: Sept 10- Intro to Historical Thinking Process

Introduction to the Historical Thinking Concepts Six historical thinking concepts History History is not the truth about the past. Historians offer not truth, but arguments or interpretations. History is based on evidence ...

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HIST261
Shannon Bower
HIST261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Canadian Indian Residential School System, Settler Colonialism, Terra Nullius

Key Questions 1. What are strengths and limitations of history as told through the nationstate? 2. What was the significance of the Doctrine of Discovery and of the Royal Proclamation of 1763? 3. In very broads terms, how ...

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HIST261
Shannon Bower
HIST114 Lecture 22: Hist 114 - Lecture 22
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Hist 114 Lecture 22 Britain gradual disappearance of trust for media Canadian individual newspapers also disappearing social media has made it difcult to categorize professional standards of news lack of professional st...

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HIST114
John- Paul Himka
HIST114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Ruby Ridge, White Separatism, White Supremacy
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Lecture 21 Hist 114 Members of smaller branches within the KKK participated in many events and mass shootings Greensboro mass shooting Jewish retirement home in Kansas Gradual replacing of the Klans image by other group...

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HIST114
John- Paul Himka
HIST114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Arab Spring, Berlin Wall, Stalinism
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Hist 114 - Lecture 18 early years after WWII, the occupying force imposed a number of bans in Japan, one including production of Japanese movies that had potential to revive militarism in Japan - during that period, th...

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HIST114
John- Paul Himka

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