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AP/HIST 1025 6.00   Ancient North America From the Last Ice Age to European Contact


(Crosslisted to: AP/INDG 1025 6.00)

Course Description:

This course studies the history of Indigenous people in North America from “time immemorial” to the regular settlement of Europeans in the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. Using a wide variety of sources it ranges from Meso-America to the High Arctic, and examines theories of the peopling of the continent; hunting, fishing and gathering; and the rise of corn civilizations.

Language of Instruction:

English

Course Schedule:

Fall/Winter 2023-2024 Schedule

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