During the first half of the 19th century, social and economic life in the U.S. experienced an unprecedented level of transformation. Some historians have also labeled this period as the Market Revolution
How Was Reagan's Foreign Policy Different From Nixon's?
The president Nixons foreign policy is in many ways different from the foreign policy of the president Reagan. Nixon used many risky strategies in order to improve the relationship between the US and the communist countries. He actively tried to improve relations with China, and thereby, wanted to influence the improvement of relations with the Soviet Union
What factors contributed to the defeat of the Plains Indians?
The war between the Federal Government of the United States of America and the Plains Indians that begun in the early 1860s ended after a lengthy battle that lasted for nearly thirty years. According to Santella, the war ended after the Plains Indians were defeated in the battles (80). At two different Conferences between 1867 and 1868, the Federal Government of the United States of America ordered that all Plains Indians should give up their lands and move to reservations that were set aside for them by the Government
Essays on American History
From the very beginning of the settlement of America, English colonists built farms. They established colonies, which were divided into counties. County courts were the places for local government
United States History to Reconstruction
The efforts of different colonial powers to establish colonies in the New World differed with individual effort. The Spanish put in a lot of effort to ensure that they establish strong colonies in the new world. They ensured that they had unity that helped them develop strong colonial powers in the countries conquered
Taxation and The Cost of War
The Acts were passed in 1774 by the British Parliament with the objective of assisting the British East India Company in its administrative roles. Before the passage of these rules, the company was compelled to sell its tea through London, where it was subjected to duties and tax. Therefore, this Acts allowed the company to sell its tea directly to colonies with no additional costs, which led to reduction of tea process in America