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Chapter 2. Cities in the Early Republic, 1790–1828
Chapter 2. Cities in the early republic, 1790–1828

The period from 1790 to 1828 was marked by the establishment of new government institutions such as a national bank, massive western expansion in terms of both population growth and the acquisition of new territory, the introduction into the Union of eight new states, the abolition of slavery in all of the northern states and ...

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