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In Chapter 6, you read about the first English colonies in North America. In this chapter, you will learn about other colonies. These, too, were on the Atlantic coast of what would become the United States
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Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts in the Department of History, Middlebury College
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There were also poorer immigrants who were not skilled workers, and these people lived in poverty and horrible living conditions. The Gilded Age has two sides
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