Pretty easy, overall.
The professor moves through the course both chronologically from pre-Columbian to the civil war, but she also moves through the course in different perspectives, beginning with native americans, continuing with women, and ending with african americans.
I learned about the actual struggles that minority groups throughout the early United States had and how they gained or lost rights as the eras changed and as governments transitioned.
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Advice for students:
Make sure you do the readings in both the main book used and the supplementary readings. They help fuel discussion in class and give you greater depth and information with the papers that are assigned.