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CHAPTER 3: THE DEVELOPMENT OF
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The Colonial Era: 1600- 1800 English, Dutch and French Created the first urban settlements in North America First Settlements included: Jamestown, Boston, Newport, Charleston, etc Unlike today’s cities: These towns were very small in both size and population
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Expansion and Growth:1800-1870 U.S. Expands westward. Roads, canals and railroads are built New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore became the main coastal cities, Industrialization Led the expansion of several cities. Conflicts between the North and South
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The Era of the Great Metropolis: 1870-1950 Technology advances Lead to Urban Growth Small Cities turned into huge Cities Led to the outward expansion of the city Suburban Sprawl Starts of Occur in the late 1800’s
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Metropolis: Expansion Massive immigration Leading to high rates of diversity and ethnicity within the cities. Rapid Growth of the Cities
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course SYD 3410 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '08 term at University of Florida.

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Chapter 3 - CHAPTER 3: THE DEVELOPMENT OF The Dutch and...

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