HIS 315K - First Exam Study Guide

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STUDY GUIDE FOR FIRST EXAM:  History 315K, Fall 2007 Read this first: The test will be on Wednesday, 9/26, in UTC 2.112A unless you have been told otherwise. Be sure to bring a new, unmarked bluebook and a pen or pencil to class on test day. The test will include one substantial essay questions and one short answer (2-3  sentences) question.   Visit one of the Teaching Assistants or Dr. Seaholm is you are confused about the  material covered in this class.  Office hours are posted on Blackboard under “Faculty  Information.” Themes/Issues/Events/Developments to Review in Preparation for First Exam: 1. European Discovery of the Americas; early European settlements in America Why, when? Consequences for European nations and Americas’ First Nations? General characteristics of 16 th  and 17 th  century European empires in Americas? New France:  when, why, how?  Relations with indigenous peoples and, later, with English 
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2011 for the course HIS 315K taught by Professor Matttribbe during the Fall '11 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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