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US History up to the Era of Reconstruction Thesis statement: In the United States of America, there are many events that characterize the history of the country. One of these events includes slavery, freedom and the struggle for freedom. The following paper discusses major happenings during this event which include: - Introduction Triangular trade Increase in number of slaves Slaves adoption of the English culture Enlightenment Stono rebellion French and Indian war Pontiac rebellion People who played a great role in major undertakings of the event How the undertaking changed the lives of the slaves
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