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Essay | 19th Century America

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19th Century America

Summary: Outlines major events throughout 19th century American
America

After America emerged from the ashes of the Revolution, it started to undergo dramatic changes. During this time period, the nation would elect its first presidents and expand its territory to the west of the Mississippi. There was, however, a division within the States: economies would separate and inevitably go through depressions. But even this would not deter America from becoming a great power: the Industrial Revolution and progressing democracy would give The United States the universal recognition it had long been fighting for.

Thomas Jefferson's presidency, from 1801 to 1809, was unique in that it was the first presidency served in the White House. Jefferson, an advocate of equality and liberty, gave his inaugural speech on March 4, 1801. However, the equality and liberty he advocated was ascribed only to the whites of the time, not the blacks and women. Jefferson stressed the importance of becoming a strong nation...

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