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West or east, the nation was becoming more urban and industrial. Such campaigns drove membership down by a third from a 1920 peak of 26 million members in eleven countries in 1920 to fewer than 18 million in 1924. Bronze medals struck at behest of Virginia governor Thomas Jefferson and carried by Joseph Martin to give to Cherokee allies of colonial forces. As in Latin America and the Caribbean, indentured servants and later African slaves were imported and forced to cultivate large plantations.

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Publisher: Millbrook Press (March 1, 1993)

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