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The stor story of that c century which Is Isno isnow
no now drawing to n close will I venture ventureto entnreto
to think prove to be one of the most mosthnportnnt mostimportant
important volumes in the whole his histot histort
tot tort or civilization I do not st say that thatit
it will IJ be one of the most brilliant brilliantCOl
for there ulay Illa have hn been cem centuries centurieswhich tnries tnrieswhich
which Hashed n broader and a brighter brighterlight brighterlight
light o over r the worlds t lhls of inte iutellectunI intelectnal
lectnal amid moral darkness centuries cpnturiesof
of mOle startling conquest of more moresu moresudden
su sudden n lhml CllItUlies even ofgreater of ofgrentel
greater triumphs in literature and in inart inart
art But the nineteenth century ceutur has hasbeen hasbeen
been n tithe of growth and of develop development leyelopmeat
meat In all the lmths of civilization ciYilizationsucll
such fiS the worl worlds s histOl history has 1 hardly hardlyever 11Illl 11Illlevcl
ever seen rivaled amid in the applica application application
tion of science to the eve everyday a needs ncelsof
of humanity has never been equaled equaledhen equaledWhen
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ed to be a vast Impassable Impt impene impenetrable ne netrt
trt trable le region of darkness n cloud coy coyered coyerect
erect Xo o Mans Land dividing the theol theold
ol old civilization from the new Asinand Asia Asiaand
and Africa ftica appeared to have nothing nothingto
to do o with modern civilization except cxceptns
ns a subject for the ren reader er of historyy historyyor histor historor
or ns nn exploring ground for the tra tray trayeler v veler
eler Egypt was the land whither Eu Europenns Europeans
ropenns with a taste for antiquities nntiquitieswent
went to study the pyrnmi s and the thesphinx thesphinx
sphinx 1 India was even still lool looked lookedupon ed edUpOl
upon ns the country to which enter enterprising enterprising
prising Englishmen went to Illnl matte e for Corttunes fortunes
tunes China was thought 0 of ns n nmysterious amysterious
mysterious old fashioned region peopled peo peopled
pled bj cO cottntiess l1lIess millions of person personwho personwho
who wore pigtails and were shutoff bj bya byagreat < 1 1grent
great wall from the visits of intrusive intrusiveforeigners Intrusiveforeigners
foreigners The hc real living world was wnscammonl wascdmmouly
cammonl regarded by Europeans ns nsonly mtSonly
only to be found in Europe itself for forthe forthe
the new world ns it was 35 called had lIndnot hadnot
not yet t begun to count for much ns au auinfl anInfluencee
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too much to say that the wholeworl wholeworlof whole work workof
of modern science which has to dowith do dowitlI
with the practical affairs of everyday eveljdnlife everydaylife
life tray so far 35 it has got been accomplislied ac accomp1ishcd
comp1ishcd in the nineteenth century centuryOf ccnturOf
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discoveries made in the efinition anti nndthe antithe
the nppliation appl eation of natural laws to Im Imman human
man life nt various periods early andlate and andInte
late In Hw hlstol history of t the Iw vorll1 whicheach which whichench
each succeeding lnPIat rneratitmu Las 1 only onlyCollfiuHc1 onlyttt
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bJ any 1111 ceutury pllt 1I1 01 all the centuries celltllrieswhich centuriestvUlcb
which tyeut tllt 1n Ifore forc Itlustln lcCnr 1lcCarthy lcCnrthy
thy in St Louis UlohL > Dell1ocrat Dell1ocratMISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS REVIEW REVIEWISOI
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land took effect
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ert Emmct
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Alexander H3mllton killed In n duelby duel duelby
by Aaron Burr
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and founding of the empire of Austria ustlia ustliaISIO
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sailed from New ew Fork olk to Liverpool in in2G i n
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a republic under Bolivar BollvnrISl Bolivar1S2
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SpainGreece Spain SpainGreece
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I Monroe doctrine by U deClaring in his hisnnnual lmiI lmiIannual
nnnual messae that t the American mericnllcontinents L Lcontinents
continents are not to be consi considered consideredsubjects ered eredsubjects
subjects for future colonization b by nny nnyEurope1l1 an anEuropean y
European power
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Peru became a t republic IS a result of ofthe of ofthe
the battle of Ayacucho acucho acuchoIS
1537 1537Rebellion IS ISHehclliou
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of st strict tjet UCli neutrality lIJ lit In IIcsi Ircsideut < leu t Van YallI VanLttren
Buren BurenI LttrenFinancial I
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810 i81tDilliculties 810DiHicuities
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the introduction of OIlum b by the Eng En Enlish
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Helena to Paris
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sailed on its l1isatrons voyage voyageISIS oa i
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rope successful in France tell1I temporarily temporarilyso > ornril I Iso
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manr Louis Kossilth but a failure in Ger Gerurtny I
1 SO SOImasion SSOInvasion
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the United Sta States tes led b by Lopez LopezCla LoperClaytonBulwer
Cla ClaytonBulwer tol1Bulwel ship anal tlat tlatJ treaty
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opened in LmJlJo1 LmJlJo1WOllds
1833 I
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l 1888 1888Panam I IPIIJ1m
PIIJ1m lailw1 railway eOUlocte < l from sta stat0 tn
10 spa
llaitrrs ht S J I ISI lUg expedition in It
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The he Great Eastern the largest ship
in the world arrived In New York from
Li Liverpool LiverpoolPrince e1pool e1poolPrince
Prince of Wnles visited the UnIted
8 States StatesElection tn tes tesElection
Election of Lincoln beginning of the tlIecivil thecivil
civil war
lSGl lSGlusvension 1501Suspension
Suspension of specie vn payments ments first firstgrcCIJuacks
grcCIJuacks grcetbacksSerfdom grcCIJuacksSerfdom
Serfdom abolished in Russia by Alex Alexnndel Alexander
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Second International exhibition in
Paris 1lS55 10
18GBFirst 18GB 1805First
First Chinese embassy to the west
arrive in nshington
treaty con
eluded cludedneyolution eludedRevolution
Revolution In Cuba beginning of the
Ten Years war
lSG lSGPacific Sot SotPacific
Pacific railway completed
Suez canal oppnp1
0 0Y 0Weather
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1S7 1S7Disputes S
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and Great Britain over the Alabama
claims and the northwestern
houn boundary nry J
settled hy y arhitration arhitrationIS3 arli tration
IS3 IS3Finnncia 1573Financial
Finnncia I panic in the United States
International exposition nt Vienna
1 u rginius massacre
otlicers and crew
of the filibustering steamer Virginlus
put to death Uj Spanish officials in
Cuba
lS 1S76 1S76Massacre G GIassncre
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tel and his whole
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The United States life saying service selvlcefirst servicefirst
first exclusively go governtnental rnmentnl estab estabJishll1 estaUlishuunt
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founded hj y COIII COIIIH congress congressRosident
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ed ill 11 11Iltird hi hfugton lon lonThird
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the United States
1591 1591United I SH I IU11itd
United States and Chilean crisis crisisJ
sua 1513Worlds J suaWorlds
Worlds Columbian exhibition nt Chi ChiC3g0 Chicago
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Arbitration treaty between the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States and England EnglandGrovth EnglandGrowth
Growth of the Vnlte6 State StateThe StnteThe
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States shows the population or the thestates thestates
states and territories to be i2D 76295220 76295220In 220 220In
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taken the country hud 530S453 fi OS1S3 inhabtants Inlmb Inlmbitnnts
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the nineteenth century is one of active activegrowth i igrowth
growth and delopnwnt ul1pnrnlleled ul1pnrnlleledin l
in the record of any other country in inI inthe u uthe t I
the world From n line of states nloug nlougtbe alon alonthe gi
the Atlantic const the 3re area has been
i iextended
nextended extended across thc continent and thhJ 11 11vast i ivast
vast domain peopled as if by magicthe magic
The country ry has triumphed in three threeforei threforeign e I
foreign forei n wars und survived a stupen stupendous stupendons
dons civil conflict Commerce and nndmanufactures
manufactures 1m have e flourished art scionce scI i ience
once nn and literature have been fostered Costerednn fosteredand
nn and valuable inventions have succeed succeeded
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fl Texas Lexas purc purchase h ase 18 1845 to oJ 37520 01 IiJ 00 square squaremiles I
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drawn lIr n locomotive run at Bnlli I
more moreCh10lOfolI11 moreChloroform
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vie an American
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u by Captain McClure of the British Britishnan B rifishn
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Exploration of the Kongo river by
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Edison exhibited his electrIc light
1880 1880FIrst 1830First
FIrst electrIc railroad railroad18C
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Gold discovered In the I Klonmke KlonmkeDISAS IondlheDISASTERS
DISAS DISASTERS ERS ON SEA AND LAND LAND181E
1811St 1811 181ESt
St George and Defence wrecked ort ortJntland offJutland
Jntland 2000 drowned drowned1S3
1S3Great 1S3 r rGreat
Great fire In New eV York 529 52 > houses housesburned Lousesburned
burned iuvohing h1va1 tug tugrr rr a Joss of l OOOOOO OOOOOOISI
ISI 1SuEarthquake ISIEart1t1ual
Earthquake e In Santo Domingo 5006 5006denths 5000deaths
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185 185Earthquake IS ISEarthquake
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uoooeo in property propertyDod propettY1oeks
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rit ries to snake human lift ensier easierand nnd hap happier
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tiv1itd the food supply llld the com comforts cornforts
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sentiment to such nn extent that thehard the the1mId
hard conditions of former times nru nrull1gelJ
largely obsolete Ignorance poverty povertysutTerin
sutTerin suffering and imprisonment are now nowmitignted nowmitigated
mitigated greatly by the increased ma matelinl matonal
tonal prosperity of most civilized c i1ize races rncesnud
and bj the increased disposition of in indhidunls Individuals
dhidunls and states to share with the theunfoltunnte theunfortunate
unfortunate the proceeds of the In Incrensed Increased
creased productiveness of labor helped
br machinery
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the necessities of life for the poor In
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