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Mann, Dr. Alison

History and Political Science
Assistant Professor

229. 391.4964
amann@abac.edu
ABAC 20


 

 

Dubrovnik City Wall

Rutgers University, B.A. History, 1991
University of New Hampshire, M.A. History, 2003
University of New Hampshire, Ph.D. History, 2010

 

 

Courses taught:

US History I to 1877

Minorities in American History

African American History

Intro to Public History (Rural Studies)

Fall 2015 Office Hours, Conger 309

MW 11-3 & TTH 2-3

Resources

History 2111 US History to 1877

Resources/Links
This course explores the political, social, and cultural development of the United States from the colonial period to 1877. Topics include the American religious experience, relations with Native Americans, race and racial identity, slavery, the Revolution, the Constitution, the early Republic, westward expansion, and the Civil War. Your ultimate success in this course goes far beyond a letter grade. At completion, students should be able to identify and explain key figures, people, major events and themes in early American history.