History is covered, certain movements and important epochs are emphasized, a thorough' study of a few carefully selected groups of facts take the place of the more vague and general consideration of the great mass of history.
Four hours per week throughout the year. Given 1912-13.
Mediaeval and Modern History. This course takes the student through the human activities of the peoples of Europe from the breaking up of the Roman Empire in the West to the close of the French Revolution and the Return of the Monarchy.
The Dark Ages afford a terrible example of what bigotry and selfishness lead to and the literary and religious movements afford' an insight to the ways human masses are controlled.
In this course considerable literary reference reading is required.
Four hours per week throughout the year. Given 1911-12.
American History and Civics. A thorough elementary course in national history, preceded by a review of the periods of exploration and colonization. The work in civics is introduced in connection with the study of national development and includes a somewhat thorough treatment of the following topics : History of the town meetings ; parishes, townships, and counties in colonial times; governments of the colonies ; Articles of Confederation; state governments ; origin and growth of the Constitution; government of cities ; the origin and growth of political parties; territorial acquisitions. Particular attention will be paid to town and county governments in Utah.