A general survey of N.H.’s past, from prehistoric periods to the present. The course will be chronological, with emphasis on immigration and ethnicity, rural development, urban and industrial growth, tourism, environmental changes, and the evolution of government. Students will not simply be exposed to major events and personalities in N.H. history; they will explore ways that people removed from us in time have made their living on the land we call N.H. In addition, students will use state and local resources to better understand the nature of history and ways that the study of history provides a better appreciation of ourselves and the world in which we live.
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