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Dawn of the 20th Century: Gilded Age & Progressive Era: 1877-1920 Industrialization, Urbanization, Immigration/Migration, & ReformDawn of the 20th Century: Gilded Age & Progressive Era: 1877-1920 Industrialization, Urbanization, Immigration/Migration, & Reform
How did industrialization and urbanization affect the lives of Americans at the turn of the 20th century?
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Progressives agreed that freedom must be infused with new meaning. The task was to find a moral and social equivalent for the widespread property ownership once deemed the foundation of liberty.”
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Italian american historyItalian american history
Little Italies. Many early Italian immigrants settled in New York City and San Francisco. In 1860 New York City had an Italian population of 10,000
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The rise of russiaThe rise of russia
The physical geography of Russia begins to open up to accessibility. The vastness of the country lends itself to many points of entry and also provides the country with an array of resources
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The Rise of Labor Unions early labor organizingThe Rise of Labor Unions early labor organizing
William H. Sylvis. The refusal of some nlu local chapters to admit African Americans led to the creation of the Colored National Labor Union (cnlu). Nevertheless, nlu membership grew to 640,000
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Chris ketcham, reading a small red book, both feet resting on the table in front of him. Behind him, a large soviet flagChris ketcham, reading a small red book, both feet resting on the table in front of him. Behind him, a large soviet flag
Cham, reading a small red book, both feet resting on the table in front of him. Behind him, a large soviet flag hangs from the ceiling. A chair immediately to his right is draped in a british flag
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