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The '''19th century''' was the time period between 1800 and 1901. It was a busy time, because lots of things were going on at once. For example, there was the [[Civil War]], the [[American Indian Genocide]], the [[Mexican War]], and the [[Spanish-American War]], all in the 19th century. The 19th century was also the time of [[cowboy]]s and [[Indian]]s in the West, and the [[Industrial Revolution]] in the East.
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The '''19th century''' was the time period between 1800 and 1901. It was a busy time, because lots of things were going on at once. For example, there was the [[War of 1812]], the [[Civil War]], the [[American Indian Genocide]], the [[Mexican War]], and the [[Spanish-American War]], all in the 19th century. The 19th century was also the time of [[cowboy]]s and [[Indian]]s in the West, and the [[Industrial Revolution]] in the East.
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In the arts, the 19th century saw the rise of [[Romanticism]].
  
 
[[Britain]] was one of the most powerful nations during the 19th century, controlling Canada, parts of Africa, India, Hong Kong, and Australia.
 
[[Britain]] was one of the most powerful nations during the 19th century, controlling Canada, parts of Africa, India, Hong Kong, and Australia.
  
 
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Revision as of 19:29, 22 April 2007

The 19th century was the time period between 1800 and 1901. It was a busy time, because lots of things were going on at once. For example, there was the War of 1812, the Civil War, the American Indian Genocide, the Mexican War, and the Spanish-American War, all in the 19th century. The 19th century was also the time of cowboys and Indians in the West, and the Industrial Revolution in the East.

In the arts, the 19th century saw the rise of Romanticism.

Britain was one of the most powerful nations during the 19th century, controlling Canada, parts of Africa, India, Hong Kong, and Australia.