I. A Growing Population and Expanding Economy in British North America
1. New England experienced a tremendous population explosion during the eighteenth century, rising
from 250,000 colonists in 1700 to over 2 million in 1770.
2. The growth and
I. Archaeology and History
A. Archaeologists and historians share a desire to learn about people who lived in the past, but they
employ different methods to inform their interpretations and to arrive at their conclusions.
B. Archaeologists depen
I. The Articles of Confederation
A. Congress, Confederation, and the Problem of Western Lands
1. After declaring independence, the Continental Congress turned its attention to creating a written
document specifying what powers the congress had a
HIST 17A- 62z- carlos mujal
Per chapter, there are weekly assignments which are listed on the HistoryClass website for this course. Go
to yourhistoryclass.com with the appropriate email address and password.
All weekly assignments comb
February 27, 2011
Original Draft vs. Final Version of the Declaration
The Declaration of the Independence went through many stages from the original
draft to final adoption. Firstly, Jefferson drafted the statement, a
Extra Credit #2
January 26, 2011
The State of the Union Address
For getting the extra credit, I listened to the State of the Union Address which is
given by President Barack Obama on January 25, 2011. The speech was in the chamber
of the Unite
Quotes from Ch 4
January 30, 2011
He built slowly to an emotional pitch:
Everything that is right or reasonable pleads for separation. The blood of the slain,
the weeping voice of nature cries, 'TIS TIME TO PART.
"When in the Course of human e