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The Civil War: A History in Documents (Pages from History)

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An important fact to know when children were crucial to supply labor on a growing homestead. Integrated machines now perform a complex number of successive operations that formerly were done on the assembly line at separate stations. However, the Southern Cone region has the world's only other naturally interconnected and navigable waterway system overlaying arable land, the building blocks of a major power. So uncommon has scurvy become, that comparatively few surgeons in the navy, at the present time, have ever seen a case of it, while the whaling crews, which it formerly desolated, are, thanks to the superior food which they now receive, almost exempt from it.

Pages: 208

Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (February 1, 2001)

ISBN: 0195115589

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