A Changing Nation: Immigration and Industrialization from the Civil War to World War I Michael Burgan

ISBN: 9781403478375

Published: August 17th 2006

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48 pages


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A Changing Nation: Immigration and Industrialization from the Civil War to World War I  by  Michael Burgan

A Changing Nation: Immigration and Industrialization from the Civil War to World War I by Michael Burgan
August 17th 2006 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 48 pages | ISBN: 9781403478375 | 6.25 Mb

North America was a rich land, full of natural resources. European nations raced to set up colonies in order to make use of these resources. The continents reputation as a land of opportunity attracted thousands of settlers, but life for theseMoreNorth America was a rich land, full of natural resources. European nations raced to set up colonies in order to make use of these resources.

The continents reputation as a land of opportunity attracted thousands of settlers, but life for these colonists was hard and sometimes dangerous. Why did the European nations set up colonies? What was daily life like for the colonists? How did colonists and Native Americans help each other?



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