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Emancipation Societies: The mid to late 19th Century
by Denelle Eads, Bridgette Sanders, Lois Stickell - Last Updated Apr 20, 2012
This course seeks to examine what happens in a society immersed in African slavery for hundreds of years and the way it addresses the emergence of freedom of former slaves.
GEOG4210/5210 : Urban Planning Methods
by Lareese Hall, Lois Stickell - Last Updated Aug 6, 2012
Accessing Census Data using Simply Map
Tags: geography_course
Racial Violence Between Blacks and Whites: Colonial Times to the Present
by Denelle Eads, Bridgette Sanders, Lois Stickell - Last Updated Apr 20, 2012
This course examines African American and White attitudes toward violence as an avenue for liberation and self-definition in the United Sates from colonial settlement to the twenty-first century.
United States History Since 1865
by Denelle Eads, Bridgette Sanders, Lois Stickell - Last Updated Aug 27, 2012
Graduate course in United States History from Reconstruction to the present. Students will examine primary and secondary materials related to issues from 1865-the twenty-first century.

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