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Teaching young students about the causes, the flow, and the consequences of the American Revolution is an essential part of becoming an active citizen in the American democracy. In order to reach judgments about how revolutionary the American Revolution actually was, this course will examine the long struggle through different sets of eyes-Native Americans, enslaved and free African Americans, and white women and men of different social classes, religions, ideological dispositions, occupations, and regions. Through this course, teachers will explore the impact of the unsung and of lesser-known Americans in the revolution. Author: Gary Nash.

Next offered: TBA

Duration: 6 weeks

How to Register: To register for this course, please first add it to your cart below and purchase it. You will be sent a confirmation email, as well as a separate email with a username and login for Active Classroom. On the first day of the course, go to and log in using the provided credentials. You will then be able to participate in the course.

Course syllabus

Earn graduate credit for this course through Aurora University!A9004C

QuantityOrder CodeISBNMedia/ContentPrice
A9004E-WBSSS Online course $49.00

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