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    Immigration and Civil War Inevitability

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    1. How did immigration patterns in the nineteenth century impact the development of United States society and economy?
    2. Historians argue about the impact of the slave economy on the South before the Civil War. What options, if any, did the republic have during the first half of the nineteenth century to avoid Civil War?

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    1. One distinct impact that resulted from the immigration patterns in the nineteenth century was rapid urbanization. As the nation moved from farms to factories, most of those industrial centers were located in the urban settings. The factories that were built were established in cities and the patterns of immigration filtered into these areas. Thus, one way in which immigration patterns in the nineteenth century impacted the society and economy of ...

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    This solution discusses how immigration patterns in the nineteenth century impacted the development (i.e., the urbanization) of the United States and discusses whether or not the Republic could have pursued different strategies in the first half of the nineteenth century in order to prevent the Civil War.

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