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The excerpt most directly evidences which of the following trends in the United States during the first half of the 19th century?

AP U.S. HistoryPeriod 4: 1800-1848
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if I bring Sending Elaine you trade me in on

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that day was gonna be drinking out there and you're

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burning bituminous coal unknown And I'm wiling to write any

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of that injured when they were frozen on a Great

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Lakes Everything crossing the canal in the water Gods in

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the factories had dropped machine Something that a farmer Lincoln

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and Treasury Well the question the excerpt most directly evidences

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Which of the following trends in the United States during

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the first half of the nineteenth century Well in this

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except John referred outlines all the pros of building the

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eerie canal and notes that it will grant command of

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the water of the Great Lakes Well that's precisely what

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DeWitt Clinton governor of New York had in mind when

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he convinced the Legislature to allot seven million dollars to

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the canals construction in eighteen seventeen Well Clinton believed that

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creating a navigable route from New York and the Atlantic

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Ocean to the Great Lakes would significantly improve the economy

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However the economy didn't simply improve it was revolutionized As

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Rutherford stated the inhabitants of the Thai yoga area were

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able to use that Yuri Canal to reach new markets

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In a nutshell the Erie Canal connected different parts of

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the country and open the door to new national markets

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People no longer had to rely on Leon locally produced

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goods which allowed for greater variety and quality of products

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That sounds like a win Win us The answers A

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transition from a local to a national and even international

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marketplace really lose herbal well The reduction of shipping prices

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the increase of supplies in the betterment of the state's

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economy were all results of the transition from local markets

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to national markets that occurred in part as a result

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of the canal This transition is known as the market

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revolution That's it It's a