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Running head: UNITING THE NATION: ECONOMIC GROWTH1Option #1: Uniting the Nation: Economic Growth (paper)Elizabeth Quintero HST201Colorado State University – Global CampusProfessor Nick CehJune 30, 2019
UNITING THE NATION: ECONOMIC GROWTH2Uniting the NationFrom the Revolutionary War to the Civil War there were a lot of very important events that happened during this time. There were changes in communication which changed the world forever. Changes in transportation to help travelers who needed to get to their destination faster, and there were changes in agricultural production which were important due to the economy rising. The very first census happened which showed that almost 4 million people lived across the states and in those, New York was the most populated with a little over 33 thousand residents. Although compared to now with over 8 million residents, it was still the most populated city in 1970. By the time of 1860, the United States had a population of over 31 million people living across 33 states. New York