The Industrial Revolution in United States History

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Age of Sail - For discussion of the war at sea during the Age of Sail. The Supreme Court confirmed the legitimacy of Jim Crow practices in Plessy v. Von Steuben was especially valuable in teaching discipline and drill to revolutionary soldiers, few of whom had any formal military training. The influx of Jewish immigrants from Russia in the 1880s brought with it a small but vocal number of intellectuals, many of whom had had a Russian-language education and some of whom had been active in the early Russian revolutionary movement.

Pages: 98

Publisher: Enslow Publishers (September 1, 2014)

ISBN: 0766061027

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