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  • Kirsten Lupher

    The United States spread through north america. The big differences that had existed between the industrial North and the slave-holding South were resolved by Civil War. The Civil made the United States a major competitor of the leading industrial nations. New technology increased production and exports. By 1900, the United States was emerging as a great power.

  • Shea Zirlott

    Civil War lesson plans

  • Ancestor Hunter

    Civil War: photo #genealogy #CivilWar #military

  • Denise Smith

    Photographers were ever present in the Civil War as well.

  • Flavius Panchon

    Old Picture of the Day: Civil War

  • Santuccio Album

    civil war photos | ... do algarve: Guerra Civil Americana - American Civil War (1861-1865

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