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Early American Life In The 1700's
A review of the decade of the 1700's.
# 140683 | 750 words | 0 sources | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in History (U.S. American Society, 1640-1750)


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This paper discusses how the 1700's can be considered a decade that is important to the history of the United States with George Washington being the first president, electricity being created, and with the famous cry, "The British are coming," coming from Paul Revere. The paper also addresses the cotton gin, the first American public library, and Benjamin Franklin.

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"1780 to 1790 were busy, challenging years for the beginning of a new nation. The literal making of a new government with a new president, new Constitution, new literacy works were all a part of the beginning of the United States. In fact, the 1780 to 1790 is the first decade of the new nation. George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Jane Austin, Thomas Jefferson, and William Blake are all important people that play a role in the new nation. Arts and literacy were also important during this decade. George Washington became the first president of the United States on April 30, 1789. George Washington was born in 1732 as a part of a Virginia..."

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