Westward Expansion: Reference Library

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Good conservation practices have since allowed the beaver population to rebound, and the busy creatures are now widespread again across the U. Within only a few weeks, about 5,000 Cubans left Cuba. Fertility was higher in the colonies because of the need for labor on colonial farms, the availability of land to support the larger numbers of children, and early and nearly universal marriage. European travelers observed the appetite for newspapers among ordinary American citizens and thought it a distinctive characteristic of the early Republic.

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Publisher: UXL; 1 edition (July 21, 2000)

ISBN: 0787648612

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