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France. The Americans denounced these goals as a violation of American rights, and were further angered at the use of Canada as a base for Indian raids on the American frontier
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The British have built their navy to more than 700 warships and have nearly 150,000 sailors and marines. This massive force is controlling the sea, blocking French ports
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McKay: Chapter 23 – The Revolution in Western Politics, 1775-1815; Chapter 25 – Ideologies and Upheavals, 1815-1871McKay: Chapter 23 – The Revolution in Western Politics, 1775-1815; Chapter 25 – Ideologies and Upheavals, 1815-1871
The Industrial Revolution created new economic structures; the changes rivaled those brought by the Neolithic revolution. All aspects of human life were touched. European power rose
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Stewart donovan essayStewart donovan essay
British Empire; the British fleet was built from New Brunswick forests and it was the Irish, for the most part, both Catholic and Protestant, who were employed to harvest the trees and build the boats and ships for the imperial fleet
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Liverpool as a Diasporic CityLiverpool as a Diasporic City
Russians, suspicious and sullen, … Finns and Poles, men of fierce and haughty natures, … Germans, quiet and inoffensive, brave and determined … the flaxen-haired Scandinavians, paragon of nature’s handiwork, erect and stately.’1
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