Celebrating America’s History

Indepdence Day - July 4
Happy Fourth of July!

Independence Day is often associated with barbeques, baseball, fireworks, parades, picnics and (in Minnesota anyway) being somewhere on or near the water.

While most of us enjoy taking part in such classic American festivities with a big ole glass of lemonade in hand, some of you may find you have a thirst for a knowledge of the history behind it all.

For you curious souls, HIST1401 U.S. History to 1877
why not check out this fall course ———-> Taught by faculty, Quinto Lotti, HIST1401 covers American history from the time of earliest colonization to 1877. This three credit course offered by Alexandria Technical and Community College, meets Minnesota Transfer Curriculum goal areas 5 and 7.

Interested? Register today.

History not your cup of tea? (The Boston Tea Party was in 1773 and is likely covered in HIST1401!) Find available courses in a different subject area. Contact an online advisor if you have any questions.

Contributed by: Nicole Seifert | Sr. Online Advisor


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