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access to waterpower.manufacturing of textiles.being an intersection of natural transportation routes.role in domestic and foreign trade.1 out of 1 point1 out of 1 point
Question 8The role of the ideal woman in antebellum America was to1 out of 1 point
Question 9The women who came to Lowell for mill jobs were1 out of 1 point
Question 10Of the following economic indicators describing conditions in Philadelphia, which oneDECREASED from 1820 to 1860?
Question 11By 1830, which of the following regions was still considered to be "frontier"?Selected Answer:All of the above.Answers:MichiganWisconsinIowaAll of the above.
Question 12From 1820 to 1860, the American economy witnessed a
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Term
Fall
Professor
Milan
Tags
History, per capita, Per capita income, John Deere

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