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UHARTHIS 130Professor BartramFall

HIS 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Liminality, Authoritarianism, Sola Fide

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HIS 130 Lecture 3: notes part 3

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The colonization of the chesapeake and the west indies. England in the 16th century had a lot of rules to it, and had different type of trade routes to
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HIS 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Emancipation Proclamation, Reconstruction Amendments, White Southerners

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Long-term issues in the us (i had some trouble organizing the different information under specific subjects, so sorry about that) Bartram didn"t really
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HIS 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Toleration

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Excerpts from mining life in california harper"s weekly, october 3rd, 1857 (i had some trouble organizing these notes because the author flip flops a l
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HIS 130 Lecture 6: US History- Pre-Civil War- Notes

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The mother with her infant and the early 1800s. As it turns out, the author of the article was a woman. She thinks it"s important for mothers to mainta
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HIS 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Main Source, Private Military Company, Encomienda

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The colonization of new england and new france notes. Answer to the question: they had to do a lot of traveling because they had to move from place to
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HIS 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Puritans, Making Money, Social Order

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HIS 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Natural-Born-Citizen Clause, Discrimination Based On Skin Color

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Religion motivated some immigrants to travel to the us. Poverty wasn"t always the motivation to immigrate to the us. Transportation factored into immig
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UHARTHIS 130Professor BartramFall

HIS 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Great Fear, Connecticut Compromise, Herd Mentality

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American democracy: fear the future? (i had trouble organizing this set of notes into different sections and all the information might not be good, so
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UHARTHIS 130Professor BartramFall

HIS 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Christian Culture, Movable Type, Middle Ages

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Question answer: i think people in the middle ages were mostly made up by knights, and noblewoman. I think a king would usually rule areas of some land
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HIS 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Puritans

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The colonists" concept of land ownership was that anything they grew on the land they owned belonged to them, due to them owning the land. The new engl
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HIS 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Coverture, Enclosure, Family Values

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Race, gender, labor, and slavery in the chesapeake. Gender was the most powerful framework for understanding social order, in the early colonial period
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