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HIS 3033. The Spanish and Mexican Borderlands. (3-0) 3 Credit Hours.

This course will provide students an opportunity to study Spanish exploration, the colonization of New Spain’s northern frontier, and the shift from Spanish to Mexican sovereignty. Topics that may be discussed include Hispanic institutions; customs and traditions; the development of a frontier society; inter-cultural exchanges, conflicts, and negotiations between native societies, Spanish-Mexican settlers, and non-Hispanic European Americans and immigrants; Mexico’s struggle for independence; social, cultural, economic, and political trends within the Mexican republic; the westward migration of people from the United States into Mexico’s northern frontier; the Texas revolt, and the U.S.-Mexico War.

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