1800 - 1900

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1800 - 1900

1800

1900

1800's-1900's

After fighting for equal rights, women were finally allowed to vote and participate in government and politics in the 20th century.

The 20th century brought many new changes and advancements to people's lives and soon church wasn't quite as important as it used to be and it began to be a secondary thing for a lot of people.

In the 19th century religion was a very large part of people's lives and taken very seriously. Most people would always go to church on sundays and worship.

In the 19th century men were allowed to vote and participate in the government and politics.

Due to the industrial revolution, in the 20th century people began to work in large cities and find new work involving less manual labor.

People in the 19th century tended to live far away from eachother because of the farmland many lived on, therefore not seeing eachother often and not really socializing.

In the 20th century towns and cities were being built and established and soon people were living right next to eachother in neighborhoods and were able to socialize alot more.

In the 19th century, people would work on thier own farms and made a living for mainly themselves and their families.

In the 19th century, many people's jobs were to work on their farms and provide for their families.

In the 19th century people would send letters to eachother to stay in contact and communicate with eachother.

In the 20th century many people moved to cities and found work there.

The 20th century brought new technology and advancements and soon people were using a computer or watching T.V. to get news and stay in contact with eachother.

In the 20th century the government made it illegal for children not to go to school, so in result kids all over the U.S. began attending school.

In the 19th century it was not a law that children had to go to school and many didnt because it was not mandatory and most kids had to work on their family's farms.


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