Christine's History Page for HIST 101 and HIST 110


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History is not merely events and dates. History answers "why?"

Why is the picture of the landing of people and meeting the native people important? Why would some people think the cartoon funny and some not? History is also the investigation of what other historians have said about any given topic. What topics might you search to learn how historians have viewed the possible topics portrayed in the above cartoon? You may go to this link on my blog for a discussion.



Readings Links

Major Problems in Atlantic history ch 12 and 13

Conservatism Chronology

Conservatism 1

Conservatism 2

For Students of History 110 (MCC) or History 101 (Palomar), your readings are linked by title. Please consult the syllabus for reading schedule.

Sin Murder and Violence in Missions

Rebellion at San Gabriel

Major Problems in American Indian  History Ch. 1

Major Problems in American Indian History Ch. 2

Companion Site for Pocahontas Revealed

Major Problems in American Colonial History Ch. 2

Major Problems in American Colonial History Ch. 3

A Puritan Death: A Monograph

Major Problems in Colonial history ch 8

Major Problems in Colonial history ch 9

Major Problems in Colonial history ch 12

Major Problems in the New Republic Ch. 2

Major Problems in the New Republic Ch. 3

Major Problems in the New Republic: Rise of Northern Capitalism

Antonia Casteneda

Third Generation of Chicano Studies

Chicano Cultural Norms

Major Problems in Mexican American History Ch. 2

Major Problems in Mexican American History Ch. 3

Major Problems in Mexican American History Ch. 4

Major Problems in Mexican American History Ch. 5

African American 3

African American 6

African American 7

Popular Culture 6

Popular Culture 7

French and Haitian Revolution

Major Problems in Asian American 7

Major Problems Atlantic Imperial Contests 10

Major Problems Atlantic 12 and 13

Major Problems American Indian Restrictions 11



Video Links

Impact of Spanish Colonization

Religious Motivation for Spanish Colonization

Labor and the Spanish

Pocahontas Revealed

After the Mayflower

African American and Native Response to Revolution

Revamp Articles of Confederation

Revamp Articles of Confederation

Aftermath of War of 1812

Andrew Jackson and New Era

Indian Removal Tecumseh

Indian Removal Trail of Tears

Calhoun and Jackson

Congressional Debate Over Slavery

California Gold Boom

Dred Scott Decision

Harper's Ferry