Lecture Notes for HIST 2610 - United States History to 1865 with Hathcock at North Texas (UNT)

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Material Type:Class Note
Class:HIST 2610 - United States History to 1865
University:University of North Texas
Term:Fall 2009
  • Navigation Act
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • 12th Amendment
  • Alexander Hamilton
  • Pontiac's Rebellion
  • George Washington
  • Impressment
  • The Federalists
  • Federalists
  • Elizabeth I
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History: New World: A. Earth 20000 years ago. a. Last Ice Age i. 20,000 years ago B. Beringia a. Beringia Land Bridge i. Siberia & Alaska ii.allowed native Americans to settle C. Bands of Hunters a. Tribes “groups of people” that hunted b. No tolerance to diseases i. didn’t domesticate animals 1. if man saw an animal he saw dinner D. Changing Climate a. Global Warming i. population skyrockets E. Native Expansion a. extinction of animals F. Agricultural Revolution a. grow corn, beans, squash, potatoes b. “settling” effect i. building homes ii.farms iii.feeding families Leads to: Cultures, Civilization As cities and civilizations emerge someone has to be in charge. Stratification of society. Native Americans: Men: ran society, hunt Women: farm, cook, take care of children G. European Discovery a. 985 AD. Erik the Red i. Vikings voyages 1. first Europeans to cross the Atlantic to kill, destroy and look for wealth 2. Vikings didn’t last because the Native Americans came together and wiped them out H. ...

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