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Effects Of The Industrial Revolution

The industrial Revolution was a period that took place between the 18th and the 19th century. During the period, major changes occurred in manufacturing, agriculture, technology, mining, and transport. Industrial Revolution had profound impact on the cultural conditions and socioeconomic beginning the United Kingdom. Subsequently, Industrial Revolution spread to other...

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The Market Revolution

During the ‘Market Revolution’ the economy of the northern states changed drastically with the creation of factories to mass produce articles made from raw materials that were grown in the south. “Massive northern textile mills turned southern cotton into cheap cloth. And although northern states washed their hands of slavery,...

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Women In Revolutionary America

The American Revolutionary Period was not one that had yet provided women the opportunities and the sense of equality afforded to them in the wake of the suffrage and feminist movements. Following a recognition of this and the ways in which women remained restricted in their potential to contribute, Esther...

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The Revolutionary War

Although the outset of the Revolutionary War may have seemed like a military mismatch, with the much larger British army fighting against a ragtag group of American revolutionaries that were initially poorly organized, the Americans were successful at fending off the British and ultimately achieving the goal of independence. The...

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The Haitian Revolution and the Forging of America

Thomson presents the following thesis in his article ‘perhaps nowhere was its impact greater than in the United States, where the Haiti’s slave revolt figured directly in two of the most significant events in the United States history: the Louisiana Purchase and the American Civil War’ (76). In this statement,...

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