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    be more than motherhood; they wanted to now make a different in society and the British government. However, the only way to bring these changes was to gain the right to vote in parliament. In the proposals of John Stuart Mill, in his Reform Bill of 1867 he…

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    She was his girlfriend for a short amount of time and is captured in the paintings "Diana" (1867) and "Lise" (1867). Renoir’s life was put on a pause for a while due to being drafted for the army to serve in France’s war against Germany in 1970. Though, he never fought because once assigned to a unit he fell ill with dysentery. Soon after the war ended…

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    'Nabucco' and 'I Lombardi alla Prima CrociataIt'. Both of these pieces earned Verdi a great amount of success. The years between 1855 and 1867 Verdi composed over a dozen great Operas. Some important works during this time are 'Rigoletto' (1851), 'Il trovatore' (1853), 'La traviata' (1853), 'Un ballo in maschera' (1859), 'Macbeth' (1865), 'Don Carlos' (1867) and 'Aida'. Verdi continued to gain success and fame. In 1874, Verdi completed 'Messa da Requiem' (best known simply as Requiem), which…

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    Rough Draft Exhibit Plan Introduction: During the American Labor Movement, many workers were affected by the unequal opportunities as employers. Workers were not receiving the proper work hours a day. Many were either working for long periods of time or not enough time. This affected their financial sustainability to the extent where activists were taking a step to fight for their work rights in the movement, specifically the aiming towards the Haymarket Affair, that set back the 8 hour work…

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    The discrimination against African Americans went as far as to make laws in order to suppress them. African Americans had to go through a lot of obstacles before voting. They had to face the constant discrimination of the Jim Crow Laws. These laws focused on restricting the both their liberty and their rights. The laws required for schools to be segregated, to separate groups of students according to their race. They also demanded for the segregation of public areas, streetcars and railroads.…

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    African Americans transition from slavery into freedom. As the first, official, federal welfare system, the Freedmen’s bureau worked to improve African Americans’ lives by building hospitals and schools, and establishing teacher- training programs. In 1867, Oliver Howard founded one of the most foremost African American colleges, Howard University. One of the reasons Howard University was so successful was because it received government funding due to General Oliver Howard’s participation in the…

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    and 20 century. The Industrial Revolution had a positive impact on the U.S. because of the Transcontinental Railroad completed in 1867, the Automobile assembly line produced by Henry Ford , and light bulb and electricity access from Thomas Edison. One positive item that came from the Industrial Revolution was the Transcontinental Railroad. The railroad was built in 1867, it traveled across the United stated and made traveling a lot faster and cheaper. What would normally take 6-8 month…

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    Samuel Clemens is a famous American write whose writing is still respected to this day. He was born in a small town in Missouri. There he began to find work after his father died. Later, he moved out West in hope to find gold but was unable to. Instead, he found a career as a newspaper reporter. From there his penname, Mark Twain, began to become known across the country. Sadly, the public began to adapt a view of him which he did not find to be true to himself. During his life, he published…

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    Even though Andrew Johnson grew up on the troubled side, he would soon grow up to make an impact on the United States of America that will forever be remembered. On December 29, 1808 Andrew Johnson was born in a log cabin in Raleigh, North Carolina to his mother, Mary Polly and his father, Jacob Johnson. Andrew grew up in a rural community where he and his family struggled to make ends meet. On January 4, 1812 Andrew’s father, Jacob Johnson, drowns while trying to save the lives of his two…

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    commercially and designed and built wire rope suspension bridges. In 1867 Hallidie took out his first patent for the invention of a rigid suspension bridge, and in the years thereafter he took out numerous patents for his inventions. Among these was the “Hallidie Ropeway (or Tramway),” a method of transporting ore and other material across mountainous districts by means of an elevated, endless traveling line, which he had invented in 1867. In 1871, Hallidie completed plans by which street…

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