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Timeline Of United States Inventions (after 1991): Contemporary History Contemporary Era (1992 Present)
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- Modern America, 1914-Present - Chronology ... The modern era has been a time of great changes in the United
States. ... of prosperity, such as the "Golden Twenties" and the decade after World
War II. ... the inventions of television, portables, modern computers, the Internet,
and ... Modern American history changed from decade to decade and continues
- Outline of the U.S. Economy - About the USA - The modern American economy traces its roots to the quest of European settlers
for ... The settlement, Jamestown, was located in the present-day state of Virginia.
... that had dominated English politics since the time of James I (1603-1625). ...
New inventions and capital investment led to the creation of new industries and ...
- Abstract Expressionism | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art ... - By Geographical Region & Time Period .... became the most influential teacher of
modern art in the United States, and his impact reached both artists and critics.
- African Americans - History, Modern era, The first africans in america - In 1974, after 13 years of opposition from indigenous Angolans, Portugal ...
During the early years of America's history, society was divided by class rather
than skin color. ... The invention of the cotton gin in 1793 greatly increased the
profitability of ... In 1991 just over 12 percent of the U.S. population was black; as
of 1994, ...
- American History Timeline - Andrew Roberts' Web Site - See "Iroquois Confederacy" in the Encyclopedia of North American Indians. ... In
1820, Maine became an independent member state of the United States. .... The
works of John Locke, published after the revolution, made the case for
knowledge ...... held what is said to have been the first modern American beauty