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America in the 1950s (Decades of Twentieth-Century America)

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Define the term and assess 19th-century Americans' understanding of it, particularly through an analysis of how they treated the environments of the American West. The spirit of nationalism that swept the nation in the next two decades demanded more territory. But in 1887 Graves returned to Paris to study figure painting at the atelier of Jean Paul Laurens. The leading mineral-producing states were Arizona (copper, sand and gravel, portland cement, molybdenum); California (portland cement, sand and gravel, gold, boron); Michigan (iron ore, portland cement, sand and gravel, magnesium compounds); Georgia (clays, crushed and broken stone, portland and masonry cement, sand and gravel); Florida (phosphate rock, crushed and broken stone, portland cement, sand and gravel); Utah (copper, gold, magnesium metal, sand and gravel); Texas (portland cement, crushed and broken stone, magnesium metal, sand and gravel); and Minnesota (iron ore, construction and industrial sand and gravel, crushed and broken stone).

Pages: 144

Publisher: Twenty-First Century Books (September 1, 2009)

ISBN: 0822576422

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