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Due to the American System, bigger cities and more factories were built. [63] One of the big transportation projects of this time was the Erie Canal, a canal in the state of New York. [64] By the 1840s, railroads were built as well as canals. Trumbull’s painting can also be found on the back of the U. All of these rebellions failed. [58] The South wanted to keep slavery, but by the time of the Civil War, many people in the North wanted to end it. [59] Another argument between the North and South was about the role of government.

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Publisher: University of California Libraries (January 1, 1906)


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