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Can someone help me compare and contrast the United States between 1776 and 1870? I need a little help just expanding my understanding on these questions: How had the size of the United States changed? How had the population make-up of the United States changed? What new innovations changed life in the United States? What key events changed the United States? How was citizenship defined during each time period? How was enfranchisement (the right to vote) defined?

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  1. anonymous
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    i can try and help with a few: 1. population size grew way more and when population grows, surely they would expand into other places and making more states. 2. the right to vote changed, before it was i think only one man of the house to vote, but then in 1870 african american men were allowed to vote.

  2. anonymous
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    that is kinda all i can help with, there are a lot of great sources online though so i would really recommend looking up some stuff on there. sorry i wasn't big of a help and i hope you find more answers :)

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