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  1. The colonists came to America via ship, so they founded cities on coastal harbors or rivers where ocean-going ships could come and go.

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  2. ...political philosophy from the perspective of social contract theory. 6) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ City _upon_a_Hill 7) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Half-Way_...

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  3. http://www.anselm.edu/homepage/dbanach/h-carnegie-steel.htm is an article on the steel mills of 1800 England.

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  4. ... came to China so they could trade goods, but the only city they could trade things with the Chinese was at shoes...

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  5. It was a political machine in New York City which is most known for its actions in the mid 1800s...

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  6. ... of words to the English vocabulary (including things like "knife" and... Norse established the cities of Dublin and Waterford in Ireland...

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  7. 1. Mensa 2. Fabulae deorum dearumque 3. 4. Anno Domini 5. Pontifex Maximus 7. Libera Republica 8. Gubernator 9. Gladiator 10. Imperator/Consul/Pro-consul...

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  8. ...common U.S. state names at times to match their own vocabulary , ie: Nueva York, etc, but never proper names of cities . When a place has a descriptive adjective in it, it's hard to understand...

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  9. ...food. They add a new word to the American vocabulary : hobo. 1931: Camps housing thousands of displaced American spring up around every city of any substantial size, dubbed "Hoovervilles...

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  10. ... - especially in the British Isles where they founded cities like York and Dublin - as well as the vocabulary of the local population (not only with words like "saga", but also with...

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