HTY 463: The Early Republic, 1789-1840

Instructor: Professor Mary Freeman

Days/Time: TTh, 9:30AM – 10:45AM

Course Number: 85382

Location: Stevens Hall 370

Description: Explores the shaping of American society by people and events between the years 1789-1840. While paying due attention to
political and economic changes during this period, the focus will be on the lives and experiences of ordinary people: their
families, work, homelife, communities, attitudes and expectations.

General Education Requirements: Satisfies the General Education Western Cultural Tradition and Social Contexts and Institutions Requirements.

Prerequisites:  Three credits in history or instructor permission.