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In the 19th century, European society was also more highlymilitarized as a result of its recent experience during theNapoleonic and Crimean Wars.

North and South is a social novel by English writer Elizabeth Gaskell

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By thesecriteria, northernEuropeans occupied the top end of the continuum while southernEuropeans, Arabs, Chinese, Native Americans and other groupsoccupied lower positions.

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Furthermore, Southern industry did not enrich the South. Except for the American Tobacco Company, located in North Carolina, Southern industry was owned mainly by Northern financiers. For African Americans, the New South of the late 19th century meant increased oppression; race relations deteriorated.
As a consequence, this course begins with an examination ofEuropean and African societies in the 19th century in order todetermine why Europeans chose to invade Africa in the late 19thcentury.


An exploration of a town's past and my present.

A revolutionary social and political commentary, North and South solidified Gaskell’s place in the company of Victorian England’s finest novelists.
The whole cast and crew of North and South scarcely put a foot wrong, and the result is a high-quality drama that has been shown in several countries around the world, winning new fans each time.

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While it isimpossible to generalize about the entire continent in a fewsentences, it is accurate to say that the continent that producedthe first humans, and which developed universities as early asthe 11th century, was in a state of turmoil by the 19th century.

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the development of the overseas slave trade which createdAfrican states whose power was based on guns the end of the overseas slave trade in the early 19thcentury, undermining those states -- mostly along the coast --which had grown strongest due to the slave trade Muslim reform movements that developed in response to theadoption of some aspects of European modernization by the OttomanEmpire, the center of the Muslim political world the expansion of the trade in slaves and ivory along theEast African coast following efforts to end the slave trade inWest Africa the proliferation of guns obtained from European and (to alesser extent) Muslim sources European military officers often had a more realistic view ofAfrica, at least after serving for a few years.

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The federal government purchased the canal in 1929.
Running basically north and south, this is the oldest man-made canal in continuous operation in the United States.
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The Albemarle & Chesapeake Canal linked Norfolk area (through the south branch of the Elizabeth River) to New Bern and Washington, NC through the canal (North Landing River & Currituck/Albemarle Sounds).

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A short list of our collection begins with the 19th century American artists, Albert Fitch Bellows, Cyrus Cobb, Frederick Stuart Church, George Hayward, Winslow Homer, Alexandre Prevost, Louis John Rhead, Thomas Moran, Steven Parrish, and William Warner, the 19th century British artists, Richard Ansdell, George Baxter, Thomas Bewick, William Blake, Sir David Young Cameron, Francesco Bartolozzi, Richard Cobbold, William Harvey, George Hollis, Robert Walker Macbeth, Edward J. Portbury 'Edward Portbury', Edward Purcell, Thomas Rowlandson and William Strang, the 19th century French artists such as Jacques Appian, Felix Bracquemond, Cham 'Charles-Henri-Amedee, Louis Lenain, comte de Noe', Paul Emile Berthon, Albert Besnard, Charles Francois Daubigny, Giuseppe de Nittis, Henri Dillon, Honore Daumier, Louis-Henry Dupont 'Louis Dupont', Paul Rajo, Gustave Adolphe Simonau 'Gustave Simonau', Charles Balthazar Julien Fevret de Saint-Memin, (Charles de Saint-Memin), Adrien Moreau, Adolphe Willette, Theophile Alexandre Steinlen and Misti, the 19th century Italian artists, Giuseppe Bortignoni, Mariano Jose Fortuny y Carbo, Giovanni Pera, and Bartolomeo Pinelli, the nineteenth century Norwegian painter, Anders Monsen Askevold 'Anders Askevold', (Bartolommeo Pinelli), the 19th century Japanese artists, Chicanobu, Hokusai, Kiyochika, Yoshitoshi and Kunisada, the 19th century German artists, Wilhelm von Kaulbach, Adrian Schleich 'Adrien Schleich', Franz Stegmann, Max Volkhart, Max Lieberman, Carl Heinrich Hoff the Younger and Peter Halm. These are only a few of the artists featured on this page.