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what do you think were the 15 most important events in us history between the founding of jamestown(1600's) and the end of the great depression (1930's)???

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    Here are a few off the top of my head --

    Slavery
    Declaration of Independence
    Revolutionary War
    Constitution
    Expansion west
    Lewis and Clark expedition
    Civil War
    Emancipation Proclamation
    World War I
    New Deal

    What else can you add to this list?

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