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HST 307  Labor History of the United States to 1863: Making a North American Working Class (Interim New)


Semester
Fall of every year
Credits
Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
Description
Lives, agency, organization and activism of the diverse population of working people. Diverse labor systems and work informed by race, gender, ethnicity and religion. Values and conditions of the new nation. Agricultural, commercial and industrial sectors. Changing and contested ideas about the nature of work.
Effective Dates
FALL 2022 - Open