History of the United States, Volume 5

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Expansion

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History of the United States, Volume 5 by Elisha Benjamin Andrews

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ment. Farms. Crops. Manufacturing Capital Invested. Foreign Commerce. Revenues. War Taxes Repealed. National Debt.

CHAPTER XVIII.

THE PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION, 1901

The Opening. Triumphal Bridge. Electric Tower. Temple of Music. Architecture. Coloring of the "Rainbow City." Symbolism of Coloring. Sculpture. Electrical Illumination. The Chaining of Niagara. The Midway. The Athletic Congress. Conservatory. The Spanish-American Countries Represented. United States Government Building.

CHAPTER XIX.

MR. McKINLEY'S END

President McKinley's Address at the Pan-American Exposition. The President Shot. His Illness and Death. The Funeral Ceremony. In Washington. At Canton. Commemorative Services. Mr. McKinley's Career. Political Insight. Americanism. His Administration as President. Leon Czolgosz, the Murderer of President McKinley. Anarchists. Ant

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