Cruising along I-70, there is a modest bridge marked Antietam Creek. The name is Algonquin, "swift water", and I slowed
to look down on the placid stream. Its silvery surface reflected dappled light, but on one terrible day it ran red with the
What sorts of challenges did blacks face in trying to take their place as citizens in the defeated
The Freedmens Bureau, created during the Reconstruction era after the civil war, was
established in March of 1865, and responsible for r
Reed, Jennie, CRN 12212
After President Richard Nixon was elected
President in 1968, he broke his promise of ending
the Vietnam War. In 1969, American troops killed
504 Vietnamese women and children in the My Lai
Massacre, and the first
Cuyahoga Community College
History 1520 WEB
U.S. History since 1877
Instructor: Patrick Moore, Phone: 216-338-7081, e-mail: [email protected]
Required Texts: The Enduring Vision, by Boyer et. al. V
US History 1520, CRN 12212, Midterm Exam, Jennie Reed
1. Describe at least two of the important effects of the large number of immigrants
arriving in the U.S. on cities, especially in the northeast.
The prospect of a better life with good wages, and a bro
American Cultural Icons of 19th Century
The period we are studying is one of the most important in the cultural history of the United States. I want to
offer some comments on the leading lights of this time and encourage you to explore them for yourself.
US History 1520 Lecture 1
Welcome to the course. We will be learning together about the so-called modern period of United States history.
The period up through the Civil War and Reconstruction constituted the "formative" period, the years from
Welcome to US
History To 1877
Instructor: Scott McKinlay
A Little About Me
Some fun facts about me:
Born in Montreal, Canada and a naturalized American citizen.
I grew up in Austin, Texas.
I am the father of a wonderful 8 year-old boy named Gavin.
He is a