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    The man who wrote the letter you are about to read will not show up in your textbooks. His name was Guy Goff and this was one of many letters he wrote to his wife during World War 1, this one specifically was written while he was stationed in France during the Paris Peace Conference to end World War 1. He wasn’t a politician and he wasn’t a diplomat, he was an assistant to those involved in the peace talks and got a front row seat to all of the political drama. Goff gives historians a…

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    Nineteenth century England was expanding its barriers all over the globe; the acquisition of the colonies meant the growth of the British Empire. The fact that England was expanding caused the rise of an overseas commerce that provoked the increase of the English’s economy. This expansion together with the Industrial Revolution prompted different changes in the country. The Industrial Revolution was a process of evolution from traditional methods of manufacturing to more sophisticated ones, as…

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    A revolution is a period of time in which changes and new inventions positively impact a country and their economy. A revolution affects people in a positive way because of new inventions and changes that make things easier and more efficient. During the Second industrial Revolution, there were many new inventions, but new technologies, new manufacturing methods, and new ways of transportation had a very large impact on the U.S. New technologies impacted society greatly by making many…

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    There are three major industries in Minnesota. But the lumber company is among the best. The lumber company was one of the successful company in the Minnesota Territory. Frederick Weyerhaeuser invested in the lumber company around the 1800s. There was thousands of acres that had lumber, but he he bought timberland around the area of Minnesota and Wisconsin. What he bought in total was 900,000 acres of timber land. Before investing in the lumber industry Weyerhaeuser was already a…

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    Evolution is a natural process that occurs throughout the history of time; this process allows the Earth and it’s inhabitants to adapt to current environments to survive. Humans are physically and mentally subjected to evolution, although humans have ceased from major physical evolutionary changes since the dawn of Homo Sapiens, their minds are ever-changing to further progress the human race. Throughout the course of human history, every generation had a different sense of purpose, beliefs, and…

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    The American Industrial Revolution was a change in human life conditions that took place in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. There was change in technology, society, education, economy, culture, and medicine. Each were very essential in the growth of the economy. Public Health was something that had to be focused on during the Industrial Revolution. Without public health, how would people survive? Doctors needed technology for resources, education to be well-educated and…

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    In the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century the Industrialization in the United States occurred and is where innovative changes happened. This period of time was portrayed mostly by the substitute of hand made production by machine production. Many social and economic alterations resulted, therefore changing the way of people's lives, such as the farmers, working class, and middle class. The society desired for new ideas of manufacturing that a variety of change given, leaving…

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    Every one of us depends on agriculture every single day. The success of this industry- and consequently the success of our lives- heavily depend on the invention of the tractor. This innovation however, was not always the cutting edge and efficient machine it is today. The first step towards the modern tractor was the steel plow. Not long after that, steam power was put to use in the fields. Finally, one hundred and twenty four years ago, gasoline powered tractors were designed and they are…

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    The problems or conditions in the late 19th century were getting worse and worse and the problems needed solutions. Some conditions where high buildings could not get higher bridges were weak railroad rails were weak so the Bessemer process was brought to America and started to mass produce steel to make them all stronger. The triangle shirtwaist factory fire was a big tragedy but the labor unions pushed for stricter laws in workplace safety. the immigrants who came to our country who were…

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    The Industrial Revolution was a period of great inventions, new machinery, and the rise of multiple factories. The Industrial Revolution had made hard labor easier for the people. Although, since more factories had opened, people would hire children. This is called Child Labor. During the time of the Industrial Revolution, the problem of Child Labor had occurred. Child Labor is wrong because kids did not have safe working conditions and this unsafe practice was regulated by the Factories Act…

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