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HIST 3302

History of Texas

Three semester hours. (FL)

Covers the history of Texas from the early explorations to modern times. Course stresses the development of comprehension, analytic, and evaluative skills with regard to important issues, including Spanish colonial influences on Texas, the Texas Revolutionary period, the rise of the cattle kingdom, and recent social, economic and political developments. This course may not be substituted for any course without written permission from the department chair. Prerequisite: Six hours of history or permission of instructor.

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