Lines Shaping America by David E. Swanberg
U.S. Historical, Economic and Cultural "Waves" of Westward Expansion

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300 Year History (1620-1920) in which our country was transformed from an obscure colony into the world's leading economic civilized nation through its natural resources and the intelligent application of power.

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Published August 1, 2001 by Creative Arts Book Company. 292 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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And while chapters entitled "Rumford Falls: The Cradle of Industrial Electrochemistry" (concerning the science of electrolytic cells) or "Nitrogen Chemistry" (about the development of a cheaper method to make explosives) might not at first glance tempt readers, they present interesting, offbeat h...

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