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  • History Engine: Tools for Collaborative Education and Research | Schools
    Engine Basic Search Search Explore Students Teachers About Contact Log In Basic Search Search University of Michigan School Abbreviation Michigan URL http umich edu Courses Using the History Engine HIST 303 Environmental History in Detroit 2014 04 30 Digital Scholarship

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    North Carolina at Pembroke School Abbreviation UNCP URL http www uncp edu Courses Using the History Engine Sort By Department and Section Number End Date HIST 1010 American Civilizations to 1877 2008 12 15 HIST 3620 African American History from

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    URL http www richmond edu Courses Using the History Engine Sort By Department and Section Number End Date HIST299 The Abolitionists and American Society 2009 05 18 AMST 398 History of American Mathematics 2010 12 25 HIUS Test Test 2012

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    31 HISB03 Critical Writing and Research for Historians 2010 12 31 HISB31 US History Since 1865 2011 08 31 HISB31 US History since the Civil War 2012 07 31 HISB03 Critical Writing and Research for Historians 2013 05 30 HISB31 US History since the Civil War 2013 05 31 HISB03 Critical Writing and Research for Historians 2013 05 31 HISB03 Critical Writing and Research for Historians 2014 01 15 HISB31

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    Log In Basic Search Search University of Wisconsin Milwaukee School Abbreviation UWM URL http www4 uwm edu Courses Using the History Engine Sort By Department and Section Number End Date Hist 404 Introduction to Digital History 2014 05 31 Hist

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    2011 01 15 HIST356EO History 2011 01 01 HIST356EO HIST356EO 2010 12 13 HIST356EO History 2010 12 13 HIST 356E O American History 2010 12 14 HIST 356 America From Civil War to World Stage 2012 02 01 HIST 301 Historical Perspectives on Technology 2012 09 15 HIST 356 EO America From Civil War to World Stage 2013 01 01 HIST301E O Historical Perspectives on Technology 2013 08 20 HIST

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    within the boundaries of the state Despite the acquiring of newly ceded land Georgia legislature demanded the removal of the Creek Nation citing the 1802 promise on behalf of the United States government to remove the Indians from within the limits of the state of Georgia Both the Creek and Cherokee were partially settled on permanent farms within state limits while enjoying the rule of sovereign tribal governments that owed no allegiance to Georgia provisions which were given to the Creeks and Cherokees under the of the First Treaty of Indian Springs Georgia Legislature took the task upon themselves and actively pursued the removal of both nations from within state limits In early 1825 a small number of Creek chiefs who lacked the authority or consent of the Creek Confederacy signed the Second Treaty of Indian Springs According to the provisions of the treaty lands belonging to the entire Confederacy were purportedly ceded to the United States however the treaty proved to be an act of defiance against the wishes of the national government Despite not having the treaty examined by federal officials Georgia authorities began surveying the lands Anticipating conflict with the national government Governor Troup called upon the legislature to stand to your arms and wrote in a letter addressed to the Secretary of War in a sober report to the legislature it was urged that the time was rapidly approaching when the Slave States must confederate Orders from Washington suspended the survey but in November of 1825 when addressing his state legislature Governor Troup asserted between States equally independent it is not required of the weaker to yield to the stronger Between sovereigns the weaker is equally qualified to pass upon its rights A new treaty was negotiated but Troup and the federal government remained at odds

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    Mary s River in Florida Learning of the early successes of some small stores opened by white settlers near the Ferry Crossing on the St John s River Hart envisioned great potential for the area Making perhaps the most profitable decision of his life in late 1820 Hart purchased what was then known as Cowford Mexico Permits First Anglo Settlement in Spanish Texas Date s January 17 1821 Tag s Health Death Migration Transportation Urban Life Boosterism Moses Austin originally a Connecticut merchant migrated throughout the U S States and western territories developing the lead industry After coming into economic ruin after settling in Missouri he set his sights on economic expansion in Spanish Texas and became the first man to obtain permission to bring Anglo American settlers into the foreign territory Permission was granted for the settlement The Brig Nautius Sets Sail for African Colony Date s January 23 1821 Location NORFOLK CITY Virginia Tag s African Americans Church Religious Activity Economy Migration Transportation Race Relations Slavery The Brig Nautius captained by a Capt Blair sailed from the port of Norfolk on the morning of Tuesday January 23 1821 The vessel was bound for the coast of Africa and carried on board a number of free blacks seeking or having sought for them a new life in the African colony which would later be termed Liberia Aboard were also a number of clergy from varying denominations ranging from Methodist Choctaw Treaty of 1820 Date s October 18 1820 to December 23 1820 Location INDIAN LANDS Mississippi Tag s Migration Transportation Race Relations The United States represented by Generals Andrew Jackson and Thomas Hinds negotiated at Doak s Stand with Mingoes or head men and warriors of the Choctaw nation over land The United States hoped to expand white settlement

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