Pioneers (History Firsthand)

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When the Territory of Wyoming applied for statehood in 1889, Congress threatened to deny it admission because its laws allowed women to vote. The exponential growth of American cities, which by mid-century were overcrowded with unskilled immigrants, gave rise to the images in the "Ragamuffins" section, Perry said. For a Chinese man to cut his hair was a capital crime punishable by beheading. As a writer, in an address to the Washington Putnam Letters Club, "If a man acknowledges the facts of race, he is a racist.

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Publisher: San Val (July 2002)

ISBN: 0613738616

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