Chapter 3- The English come to stay
The first Chesapeake colonies
Chesapeake (Virginia- Maryland)
1603- Queen Elisabeth died, succeeded by King James I.
He immediately signed a treaty with Spain ending decades of warfare.
1606- James granted charters to t
17th century- no geographic or cultural line separated the Indians and Europeans
N. American colonies established by Europeans in first of 17th century were outpost
of global economy
1. Bring the greatest amount of revenue
Progressivism had a major impact on the institutions of crime and criminal
justice, and on the perception of crime itself. It changed many aspects of crime such as
the different treatment for a major crime versus a minor crime and how officials looked at
Crime has always been with us, but is perceived and responded to in different
different times in history. From the 1930's to the 1960's the perception and response to
differed as time went on. As time went on it changed gradually, and was be
U.S. Social History to 1860
HIS 291-01 Fall 2015 (3 credits, no prerequisites)
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4:00pm to 5:20pm at Frey Hall 317
instructor: Sung Yup KIM
[email protected] Office: SBS N-312
office hours: Tu&Th 3:00 to 4:00pm & by appointmen
HIS.291-01. wk.01 READINGS
Spanish Requerimiento of 1513 [excerpt]
 Wherefore, as best we can, we ask and require that you consider what we have said to you, and
that you take the time that shall be necessary to understand and deliberate upon it, and t
HIS.291-01. wk.08 READINGS
Report of an Incident between George Robert Twelve Hewes and John Malcolm, Boston Gazette (1774)
 Mr. George-Robert-Twelves Hewes was coming along Fore-Street and found the redoubted John
Malcolm, standing over a sm
The Outcasts of the Nations of the Earth
At the heart of the New York Conspiracy of lay a love story. The
lovers were John Gwin (or Quin), a fellow of suspicious character rumored to be a soldier at Fort George, and Negro Peg, a notorious pros
HIS 326 SPRING 2015 GUIDELINES FOR THE FINAL EXAM
The midterm exam will take place in our usual classroom (Frey Hall 317) on Oct. 6 (Tue)
from 4:00pm to 5:20pm. The exam will consist entirely of essay-type questions. You will be
asked to answer three out
Bailyn, Bernard. The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution.
Cambridge, Mass: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1967.
Wood, Gordon, The Creation of the American Republic, 1776-1787. Chapel
Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1969.