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Evil Necessity: Slavery and Political Culture in Antebellum Kentucky
Evil Necessity:
Slavery and Political Culture in Antebellum Kentucky

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Index

| Start Pages | HIS 111 | HIS 113 | HIS 223 | HIS 225 |
| HIS 312 | HIS 318 | HIS 325 | HIS 338 | HIS 470 |
| HIS 475 | AMS 250 |
| American Revolution & Early National Period |
| Jacksonian America |
| Revivalism & Fundamentalism |
| American Studies Major | Department of History |
| Border States On-Line |
Georgetown College Home Page

400 East College Street
Georgetown, KY 40324
(502) 863-8000

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| Dr. Tallant's Courses | Site Map |Go to the Top

History 111: History of Civilization to 1648

| Index | Course Description | Textbooks | Exams & Quizzes |
| Grading | Attendance Policy | Course Schedule |
| Supplements | Timeline of Ancient Greek Civilizations |
| Roman Emperors | The Columbian Biological Exchange |
| Quiz Assignments | Quiz 1 | Quiz 2 | Quiz 3 | Quiz 4 |
| Study Sheets | Exam 1 | Exam 2 | Exam 3 | Exam 4 |
| Take-home Questions for Exams |Go to the Top

History 113: History of Civilization Since 1648

| Index | Course Description | Textbooks | Exams & Quizzes |
| Grading | Attendance Policy | Course Schedule |
| Supplements | The Wars of Louis XIV |
| The Second Hundred Years' War | Romanticism in the Fine Arts |
| The Industrial Revolution, 1780s-1930s |
| International Financial Obligations after World War I | International Financial System Under the Dawes Plan and the Young Plan |
| Quiz Assignments | Quiz 1 | Quiz 2 | Quiz 3 | Quiz 4 |
| Study Sheets for Exams | Exam 1 | Exam 2 | Exam 3 | Exam 4 |
| Take-home Questions for Exams |Go to the Top

History 223: Introduction to American History
1492-1877

| Index | Course Description & Objectives |
| Textbooks & Required Readings | Assignments |
| Grading & Evaluation of Students | Attendance Policy |
| Course Schedule | Course Supplements |
| Study Sheets | Exam 1 | Exam 2 | Exam 3 |
| Take-home Questions for Exams |
| Quiz on The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin |
| Critical Questions Exercise 1 | Critical Questions Exercise 2 |
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History 225: Introduction to American History
1877-Present

| Index | Course Description & Objectives |
| Textbooks & Required Readings | Assignments |
| Grading & Evaluation of Students | Attendance Policy &
Senior Exams
| Course Schedule | Course Supplements |
| American Party Systems | Manifest Destiny: The Old v. The New |
| Progressivism (1900-1920) | International Financial Obligations after World War I | International Financial System Under the Dawes Plan and the Young Plan, 1924-30 |
| Study Sheets | Exam 1 | Exam 2 | Exam 3 |
| Take-home Questions for Exams |
| Quiz on Lyndon B. Johnson and American Liberalism |
| Critical Questions Exercise 1 | Critical Questions Exercise 2 |
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History 308: The American Revolution and
Early National Period, 1763-1815

| Index |Go to the Top

History 312: Civil War and Reconstruction

| Index | The Course | Readings | Assignments |
| Grading | Attendance | Schedule | Student Web Sites |Go to the Top

History 318: History of Canada

| Index | Course Description | Textbooks and Readings | Assignments |
| Grading and Evaluation of Students | Attendance Policy |
| Course Schedule | Course Supplements | Canadian Research Links |
| Canadian Constitutional Documents | The Treaty of Paris, 1763 |
| The Proclamation of 1763 | The Quebec Act, 1774 |
| The Constitutional Act, 1791 | The Union Act, 1740 |
| The Constitution Acts, 1867 to 1982 |
| Maps | French Colonization in North America |
| Diagram of Typical Seigneury | North America in 1713 |
| North America in 1763 |Go to the Top

History 325: U.S. Diplomatic History

| Index | Course Description | Readings | Exams & Quizzes |
| Term Paper | Grading | Attendance Policy | Schedule |
| Class Supplements | Study Sheets | Exam 1 | Exam 2 | Exam 3 |
| Announcements | The Cuban Missile Crisis |
| Sample Footnotes and Bibliographic References for Cuban Missile Crisis Paper |
| The Second Hundred Years' War |
| Synopsis of the Treaty of Paris (1783) |
| Provisions of the U.S. Constitution Relating to Foreign Relations |
| Synopsis of Jay's Treaty (1795) | Synopsis of Pinckney's Treaty (1795) | Synopsis of the Convention of 1800 |
| International Financial Obligations after World War I | International Financial System Under the Dawes Plan and the Young Plan, 1924-30 |
| Maps | The U.S. and North America in 1783 |
| The Louisiana Purchase (1803) | The Convention of 1818 and the Adams-Onís Treaty (1819) | The Webster-Ashburton Treaty (1842) |
| The Oregon Territory Dispute (1840s) |
| Texas Annexation and the Mexican War (1844-48) |
| U.S. Interests in the Pacific, 1870s-1910s |
| U.S. Interests in the Carribean, 1870s-1910s |
| Europe During World War I |
| The Treaty of Versailles and the Paris Peace Conference (1919-20) |Go to the Top

History 338: Religion in American History

| Index | Course Description & Objectives |
| Textbooks & Required Readings | Assignments |
| Grading & Evaluation of Students | Attendance Policy &
Senior Exams
| Course Schedule | Course Supplements | The Puritans and Church & State | The Puritan Morphology of Conversion | Proposed Constitutional Amendments on Freedom of Religion (1789) |
| Ethnocultural Politics, 1830-90 |
| Study Sheets | Exam 1 | Exam 2 | Exam 3 |
| Religion Research Links | Common Elements for Student Pages |
| Web Page Tutorial | Introduction | Adapting your Biographical Report for the Web | How to Make Your Web Page | Finishing Up and Posting Your Page on the Web | Design Considerations | Common Elements for Pages By All Students in History 338 | HTML Reference | Color Table |
| A Faithful Narrative of the Surprising Work of God, by Jonathan Edwards |
| Preface | A General Introductory Statement | The Manner of Conversions Various, Yet Bearing a Great Analogy | This Work Further Illustrated in Particular Instances |

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History 470: Topics
The Vietnam War, 1945-75

| Index | Syllabus | Go to the Top

History 470: Topics
Jacksonian America, 1815-48

| Index | Go to the Top

History 475: Topics
History of American Slavery, 1619-1865

| History 475 Page | Index | Course Description & Objectives |
| Textbooks & Required Readings | Exams & Term Paper |
| Grading | Attendance Policy & Senior Finals | Course Schedule |
| Research Links | Slave Narratives | Announcements |Go to the Top

History 475: Topics
Revivalism & Fundamentalism in American History

| Index | The Course | Textbooks | Assignments |
| Grading | Attendance Policy | Course Schedule | Supplements | Go to the Top

American Studies 250: Sophomore Seminar

| Sophomore Seminar Home Page |
| Course Description | Textbooks and Required Readings |
| Assignments | Class Participation and Attendance |
| Grading | Course Schedule |Go to the Top

The American Studies Major

| Index | What is American Studies? |
| The American Studies Major | American Studies Faculty |
| American Studies Courses |Go to the Top

Department of History

| Index | History Faculty | History Major | History Courses |
| Schedule of Courses | Newsletter | For More Information |
| Gamma-Sigma Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta |
| National and Regional Chapters of Phi Alpha Theta |Go to the Top

Border States On-Line

| Border States On-Line:
Journal of the Kentucky-Tennessee American Studies Association
|
| Submissions | No. 7 (1989) |
| No. 8 (1991) | Acknowledgments | Editors | Editors' Note |
| Jim Wayne Miller, “A Cosmopolitan Regionalism” |
| Dennis Loyd, “'All is Hushed at Shiloh': A Reminiscence” |
| George W. Robinson, “Mr. Cumberland Falls” |
| Danny L. Miller, “Jesse Stuart's 'Dawn of Remembered Spring'” |
| Frances Perdue, “Agrarianism Versus Art in Caroline Gordon's The Women on the Porch” |
| Jennifer Mooney, “The Fathers and the Power of Love: Allen Tate's Modern Triumph of Life” |
| Martha Billips Turner, “The Demise of Mountain Life: Harriette Arnow's Analysis” |
| Charlotte Haines, “Re-envisioning Regionalism: Harriette Simpson Arnow's The Kentucky Trace” |
| Tina Bucher, “Changing Roles and Finding Stability: Women in Bobbie Ann Mason's Shiloh and Other Stories” |
| In Memoriam |
| No. 9 (1993) | Acknowledgments | Editors | Editors' Note |
| David Jutkins, “Murfreesboro's Craftsman Bungalow: The Expression of an Idea” |
| Fred M. Johnson, “New Light on Beauchamp's Confession? ” |
| Eleanor H. Beiswenger, “Anquish in a Second Marriage: The Caroline Gordon-Allen Tate Letters” |
| Anita J. Turpin, “Bobbie Ann Mason's New Kentucky Home” |
| Gwen White, “The Dutiful-Mother Syndrome in Lisa Alther's Kinflicks” |
| Rick Gregory, “Beliefs of Their Fathers: Violence, Religion, and the Black Patch War, 1904-1914” |
| Timothy W. Arnold, “Hero Trip: Divine Right's Journey of Self” |
| Harry Robie, “Fifty Years Later: The Appalachian Populations of the Washington Cascades” |
| No. 10 (1995) | Acknowledgments | Editors | Editors' Note |
| Thomas Blues, “A Goodly Fellowship: The Kentucky-Tennessee ASA's First Forty Years” |
| Paul Conkin, “What Caldwell's Boys Did in the Cumberland” |
| Margaret Ripley Wolfe, “Catholicism and Community: Mountain Missions and 'New' Immigrants in Appalachia” |
| Harry Robie, “Appalachian Public Relations and the Conscious Manipulation of a Regional Stereotype: 1890s to the Present” |
| Carroll Van West, “A Sense of Permanency: The Commonwealth Fund and the Rutherford Hospital and Health Center, 1926-1940” |
| Clara L. Metzmeier, “Piney Ridge Trilogy: Janis Holt Gile's Essay of Place” |
| Caroline C. Maun, “Tennessee's Prodigal Daughter: Evelyn Scott” |
| M. A. Grubbs, “Wendell Berry: People, Land and Fidelity” |
| Tara Michele Mitchell, “Albert Gore, Sr., and His Papers: The Senate Collection” |
| Sarah Harwell, “Documenting the Director: Delbert Mann, His Life, His Work, and His Papers” |
| No. 11 (1997) | Acknowledgments | Editors | Editors' Note |
| Rebecca Vial, “Cultural And Ethnic Diversity Of The Western Frontier: Cumberland Gap Tennessee, 1750-1915” |
| James Copeland, “Secession And The Union In Tennessee And Kentucky: A Comparative Analysis” |
| Anne-Leslie Owens, “Perspectives On The Tennessee Landscape: The Vernacular Painted Interior In Tennessee” |
| Suzanne Woolley Smith, “The Tennessee Monument To The Women Of The Confederacy: A Study In Conflicting Ideas Of Public Commemoration And Collective Memory, 1896-1926” |
| Jonathan S. Cullick, “‘The World Of Daniel Boone’: Robert Penn Warren's Return To Boone County” |
| Sara Lewis Dunne, “‘Gone To Texas’ And The ‘Terra Incognita’: Crossing Borders In Peter Taylor's Late Fiction” |
| Loretta Martin Murrey, “An Interview With Kentucky Poet Joy Bale-Boone” |
| No. 12 (1999) | Acknowledgments | Editors | Editors' Note |
| Beverly W. Brannan, “In Small Things Nearly Forgotten: The Richmond Family History Is American History” |
| Art Wrobel, “The Pursuit of Pleasure (and Health) at Mid-Nineteenth-Century Mineral Springs in Kentucky and West Virginia” |
| Trudelle H. Thomas, “Our Wilderness Home: Images of Home Among the Brown County Ursulines” |
| Matt Sutton, “Beyond the Valley of The Dollmaker: Two Unpublished Works by Harriette Simpson Arnow” |
| Dennis Loyd, “Leonard Tate: The Gentle Poet From Grundy County” |
| Scott Vander Ploeg, “Mason's Characters Get Some College” |
| Kay Baker Gaston, “Tennessee Distilleries: Their Rise, Fall, and Re-emergence” |
| Annual Meeting | 1998 Meeting | 1999 Meeting | 2000 Meeting |
| Newsletter Table of Contents | 1997 Newsletter | 1998 Newsletter |
| 1999 Newsletter |Go to the Top

| This page was last updated on 05/14/2008. | Site Map |

Dr. Harold D. Tallant, Department of History, Georgetown College
400 East College Street, Georgetown, KY 40324, (502) 863-8075
E-mail:
Harold_Tallant@georgetowncollege.edu.

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