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    2011년 1학기
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This course is designed to teach American-style university curriculum in English. The subject is Early American history, ranging from pre-colonial times to 1865. The goal of the class is to provide students with a basic understanding of Early American history, and to teach critical thinking skills. Students are expected to write a research paper, which requires research skills, organizing and categorizing information, and writing in a coherent and logical manner.
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1. 비디오 Introduction1 Introduction1 URL
비디오 Age of Exploration 1400-1620 First Americans
Exploration and Discovery
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2. 비디오 European Colonies 1620-1763(1) We will learn about the economic, religious, and social developments that led Europeans to colonize new lands; the differences between Spanish, French, and English colonization; and the difficulties they encountered as a result of the varied climates and topographies. URL
비디오 European Colonies 1620-1763(2) We will learn about the economic, religious, and social developments that led Europeans to colonize new lands; the differences between Spanish, French, and English colonization; and the difficulties they encountered as a result of the varied climates and topographies. URL
3. 비디오 Revolutionary AmericaWar of Independence 1776-1783(1) We will talk about England’s
efforts to an empire based on
mercantilist principles and the
conflicts that these efforts to assert
control produce. You will also learn
about the forces that transformed
colonial life, including an
expanding population, economic
stratification, the Enlightenment,
and the Great Awakening.
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비디오 Revolutionary AmericaWar of Independence 1776-1783(2) We will talk about England’s
efforts to an empire based on
mercantilist principles and the
conflicts that these efforts to assert
control produce. You will also learn
about the forces that transformed
colonial life, including an
expanding population, economic
stratification, the Enlightenment,
and the Great Awakening.
URL
4. 비디오 Revolutionary AmericaWar of Independence 1776-1783(3) We will talk about England’s
efforts to an empire based on
mercantilist principles and the
conflicts that these efforts to assert
control produce. You will also learn
about the forces that transformed
colonial life, including an
expanding population, economic
stratification, the Enlightenment,
and the Great Awakening.
URL
비디오 Revolutionary AmericaWar of Independence 1776-1783(4) We will talk about England’s
efforts to an empire based on
mercantilist principles and the
conflicts that these efforts to assert
control produce. You will also learn
about the forces that transformed
colonial life, including an
expanding population, economic
stratification, the Enlightenment,
and the Great Awakening.
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5. 비디오 War of IndependenceReadings: American Revolution This chapter examines the series of events that broke relations between Britain and the American colonies, and the long and bitter war that the colonists waged in order to gain independence. URL
비디오 War of IndependenceReadings: American Revolution(2) This chapter examines the series of events that broke relations between Britain and the American colonies, and the long and bitter war that the colonists waged in order to gain independence. URL
6. 비디오 Formation of the Country 1783-1812Readings: The FoundersThe Critical Period: American in the 1780s US Constitution and Bill of Rights(1) This period examines the key
figures who led the struggle
for independence and drafted the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights. We will also discuss the internal difficulties besetting the new republic, such as financing war debts, the threat of a military coup,
and popular demand for tax relief, as well as efforts to expand freedom of religion, make land more readily
available, increase women’s
educational opportunities, and
address the problem of slavery.
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비디오 Formation of the Country 1783-1812Readings: The FoundersThe Critical Period: American in the 1780s US Constitution and Bill of Rights(2) This period examines the key
figures who led the struggle
for independence and drafted the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights. We will also discuss the internal difficulties besetting the new republic, such as financing war debts, the threat of a military coup,
and popular demand for tax relief, as well as efforts to expand freedom of religion, make land more readily
available, increase women’s
educational opportunities, and
address the problem of slavery.
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7. 비디오 War of 1812 1812-14(1) During the first 12 years under the Constitution, the United States established the machinery of government, defined the office and powers of the president, enacted a financial program that secured the nation’s credit and stimulated the economy, and created the first political parties to involve the voting population in national politics.

We will also discuss Thomas Jefferson’s efforts to reestablish republican government by reducing the federal budget and Federalist influence over the judiciary, the emergence of the doctrine of judicial review, and the Louisiana Purchase, as well as British and French threats to American shipping and the causes and significance of the War of 1812
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비디오 War of 1812 1812-14(2) During the first 12 years under the Constitution, the United States established the machinery of government, defined the office and powers of the president, enacted a financial program that secured the nation’s credit and stimulated the economy, and created the first political parties to involve the voting population in national politics.

We will also discuss Thomas Jefferson’s efforts to reestablish republican government by reducing the federal budget and Federalist influence over the judiciary, the emergence of the doctrine of judicial review, and the Louisiana Purchase, as well as British and French threats to American shipping and the causes and significance of the War of 1812
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8. 비디오 War of 1812 1812-14(3) During the first 12 years under the Constitution, the United States established the machinery of government, defined the office and powers of the president, enacted a financial program that secured the nation’s credit and stimulated the economy, and created the first political parties to involve the voting population in national politics.

We will also discuss Thomas Jefferson’s efforts to reestablish republican government by reducing the federal budget and Federalist influence over the judiciary, the emergence of the doctrine of judicial review, and the Louisiana Purchase, as well as British and French threats to American shipping and the causes and significance of the War of 1812
URL
비디오 War of 1812 1812-14(4) During the first 12 years under the Constitution, the United States established the machinery of government, defined the office and powers of the president, enacted a financial program that secured the nation’s credit and stimulated the economy, and created the first political parties to involve the voting population in national politics.

We will also discuss Thomas Jefferson’s efforts to reestablish republican government by reducing the federal budget and Federalist influence over the judiciary, the emergence of the doctrine of judicial review, and the Louisiana Purchase, as well as British and French threats to American shipping and the causes and significance of the War of 1812
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9. 비디오 Growth of a Nation 1815-1848(1) The War of 1812 stirred a new sense of nationalism, evident in a series of landmark Supreme Court decisions and in foreign policy, especially the Monroe Doctrine. Paradoxically, these years also exacerbated political and sectional conflicts. The financial Panic of 1819 produced new political divisions and the Missouri crisis contributed to a sectional split between North and South.

Between 1820 and 1840 property qualifications for voting and officeholding were repealed, voter participation increased, and a new two-party system emerged. President Andrew Jackson opened Indian lands to white settlement, destroyed the Second Bank of the United States, and denied a state the right to nullify the federal tariff.
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비디오 Growth of a Nation 1815-1848(2) The War of 1812 stirred a new sense of nationalism, evident in a series of landmark Supreme Court decisions and in foreign policy, especially the Monroe Doctrine. Paradoxically, these years also exacerbated political and sectional conflicts. The financial Panic of 1819 produced new political divisions and the Missouri crisis contributed to a sectional split between North and South.

Between 1820 and 1840 property qualifications for voting and officeholding were repealed, voter participation increased, and a new two-party system emerged. President Andrew Jackson opened Indian lands to white settlement, destroyed the Second Bank of the United States, and denied a state the right to nullify the federal tariff.
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10. 비디오 Prelude to War 1848-1861(1) Before the Civil War, American literature began to employ native scenes and characters; the Transcendentalists popularized a philosophy that emphasized each person’s potentialities and glorified nature as a creative force; and a popular commercial culture emerged, including the penny press, the minstrel show, and the western adventure novel.

During the 1830s and 1840s, the United States acquired vast new territories in the West. This chapter describes the Native Americans and Mexicans who inhabited the region; the forces that drove traders, missionaries, and pioneers westward; and the acquisition of western lands by annexation, negotiation, and war.

This chapter critically evaluates stereotypes about the “Old” South, analyzes the impact of slavery on the southern economy, traces the decline of antislavery sentiment in the South, and examines the efforts of Southern nationalists to promote industry and a distinctive southern identity.

During the 1850s, the political system became incapable of resolving the sectional disputes between the North and South. This chapter analyzes the Compromise of 1850, including the Fugitive Slave Law; the demise of the Whig Party and the emergence of the Republican party; the Kansas-Nebraska Act; the Dred Scott decision; and John Brown’s raid
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비디오 Prelude to War 1848-1861(2) Before the Civil War, American literature began to employ native scenes and characters; the Transcendentalists popularized a philosophy that emphasized each person’s potentialities and glorified nature as a creative force; and a popular commercial culture emerged, including the penny press, the minstrel show, and the western adventure novel.

During the 1830s and 1840s, the United States acquired vast new territories in the West. This chapter describes the Native Americans and Mexicans who inhabited the region; the forces that drove traders, missionaries, and pioneers westward; and the acquisition of western lands by annexation, negotiation, and war.

This chapter critically evaluates stereotypes about the “Old” South, analyzes the impact of slavery on the southern economy, traces the decline of antislavery sentiment in the South, and examines the efforts of Southern nationalists to promote industry and a distinctive southern identity.

During the 1850s, the political system became incapable of resolving the sectional disputes between the North and South. This chapter analyzes the Compromise of 1850, including the Fugitive Slave Law; the demise of the Whig Party and the emergence of the Republican party; the Kansas-Nebraska Act; the Dred Scott decision; and John Brown’s raid
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11. 비디오 Reconstruction 1865-1875 Here you will learn about President Lincoln’s and President Johnson’s plans to readmit the Confederate states to the Union; the more stringent Congressional plan; the struggle between President Johnson and Congress, including the impeachment vote; the Reconstruction era’s contributions to civil rights; the reasons for Reconstruction’s demise; and the emergence of sharecropping. URL

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