HIST 200 Lecture (3.21.2007)

HIST 200 Lecture (3.21.2007) - HIST-200 Lecture 3/21/2007...

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HIST-200 Lecture 3/21/2007 A. Diversity questions: respond to one (1) of the following: a. Slavery: the question of agency i. The power to do for oneself, area in which that applies, was some agency given… did they grab it b. i. Want good details c. Emancipation to segregation and disfranchisement i. Picked up with Dred Scott onwards B. Late 18 th /Early 19 th century questions: respond to one (1) of the following: a. Stabilizing the new nation, ca. 1800 to 1820s i. Begins with election of Thomas Jefferson and beginnings of political legitimacy, politically, economically, socially, with foreign powers (how we stabilize ourselves with the rest of the world) b. i. Particularistic, how do we use material culture, how do historians use it c. Industrialization in the Antebellum North i. Out of lecture d. Geographic expansion and Manifest Destiny i. 1803 (LP) to Gadsden Purchase (1853) C. Somewhat later 19 th century questions: respond to one (1) of the following: a. i. Not only question of insanity, but his actions, was he eminently sane? Seip wants a well-backed up argument b. South, North, and the coming of the Civil War i. Not resuscitation, look at how they developed differently, why they ultimately go against each other, what’s the issue c. i. Photograph never captures reality, photo has intent and has a message d. i. Meat packing essay set in larger context of progressivism. Look at D&L and the lecture as well African Americans made gains (not just right to vote, hold office), but they gained a lot of things on their own: right to marry legally, right to family, established own churches (important because
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HIST 200 Lecture (3.21.2007) - HIST-200 Lecture 3/21/2007...

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