US History to 1865 with Prof. Matthew Hamilton

Course Description

This course contains 44 video lectures on the first part of a standard freshman American History course, covering the Columbus era, Colonial America, the American Revolution, the Jackson Era, and the Civil War.

US History to 1865 with Prof. Matthew Hamilton
From Lecture 9, showing the 1st Continental Congress
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 The Arrival of Native Americans in North America Play Video
2 European Discovery and Colonization of North America Play Video
3 Jamestown The Virginia Colony Play Video
4 Major or Interesting English Colonies Play Video
5 The Colonies as Part of the English Empire Play Video
6 The Anglo French Conflict (1680s-1780s) Play Video
7 The American Revolution as an Aftermath of the French & Indian War Play Video
8 Early Signs of Trouble, (1764-1773) Play Video
9 The King and Parliament Clamp Down and Outbreak of the War, (1774-1775) Play Video
10 The Colonies Officially Break Away and the Declaration of Independence (1775-1776) Play Video
11 The American War of Independence, Part 1 Play Video
12 The American War of Independence, Part 2 Play Video
13 Significance of the American Revolution Play Video
14 The Critical Period of American History, Part I Play Video
15 The Critical Period of American History, Part II Play Video
16 The Critical Period of American History, Part III Play Video
17 The Meaning of the U.S. Constitution Play Video
18 The New Nation Struggles to Survive, Part 1 Play Video
19 The New Nation Struggles to Survive, Part 2 Play Video
20 The New Nation Struggles to Survive, Part 3 Play Video
21 The New Nation Struggles to Survive, Part 4 Play Video
22 The New Nation Struggles to Survive, Part 5 Play Video
23 The New Nation Grows Up: The Administration of Thomas Jefferson Play Video
24 The New Nation Grows Up: The Administration of James Madison (1808-1817) Play Video
25 The New Nation Grows Up: The Administration of James Monroe Play Video
26 The Rise of Southern Sectionalism (1820-1821) Play Video
27 Realignment of the Political Parties Play Video
28 The Rise of the "Common Man": The Jacksonian Era, Part 2 Play Video
29 The Rise of the "Common Man": The Jacksonian Era, Part 3 Play Video
30 The Rise of the "Common Man": The Jacksonian Era, Part 4 Play Video
31 Significance of the Jacksonian Era Play Video
32 The Early Anti-slavery Movement (1750s-1830s) Play Video
33 The Later Anti slavery Movement (1830s-1860s) Play Video
34 The Texas Revolution (1819-1836) Play Video
35 The Mexican American War (1846-1848) Play Video
36 Crisis and Compromise (1840s-1850) Play Video
37 The Gathering Storm: The Terrible 1850s, Part I Play Video
38 The Gathering Storm: The Terrible 1850s, Part II Play Video
39 The Gathering Storm: The Terrible 1850s, Part III Play Video
40 The Civil War Awakening, 1861 Play Video
41 The Civil War Intensifies, 1862 Play Video
42 The Turning of the Tide in the Civil War, 1863 Play Video
43 The Union Grinds Down the Confederacy, 1864-1865 Play Video
44 The Cost and Significance of the American Civil War Play Video

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