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HIST 116 The Western World I, 1450-1870

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    City state

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    city that controls territory beyond its boundaries (nearby cities)

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    Industrial Revolution

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    began in England in 1860 with textile industry

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    Nov 16, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    This is an extremely informative class that keeps you busy without overwhelming you. It challenges you and requires a lot of studying, it is a great course for a freshman in college who is adjusting to college classes. Mr. Lega is a fantastic teacher who can really put all history into a modern perspective an can always make things interesting and thought provoking.

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    The lectures are the high light of this course. The teaching method used makes you feel like you were there in the moment in history and like you are apart of the story, I learned about everything from Medieval times to the American Revolution in just a few short weeks. but most importantly I learned how influential past history is on the world we live in today.

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    3-5 hours

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    Always take notes. You cannot take enough notes.

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