Ranchers, Homesteaders and Traders: Frontiersmen of the

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By the end of the 19th century, those holdings had been whittled down to Cuba alone, and by that time the once-hegemonic Spain had been crushed in a series of European wars, reducing it to a second-rate regional power largely limited to southwestern Europe. James Fennimore Cooper goes to sea aboard merchant and naval ships. During the 1854 epidemic John Snow (1813-1858) showed that cholera was transmitted by water.

Pages: 176

Publisher: Oliver Press; 1st edition (August 1, 2001)

ISBN: 1881508536

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