Makrk Twain named the "Gilded Age" to describe a time after the Civil War.
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Those who favored American imperial expansion in the late 19th and early 20th century believed it would provide bases for the U.S. Navy.
Middle-class whites flocked to city centers.
Mark Twain called the late 19th century the "Gilded Age." By this, he meant that the period was glittering on the surface but corrupt underneath. In the popular view, the late 19th century was a period of greed and guile: of rapacious Robber Barons, unscrupulous speculators, and corporate buccaneers, of shady business.
Valued cheap and relatively unskilled labor
The Irish came to the U.S. in the late 19th century
1873 was the 19th century (1800-1899).
early 19th century
Charles Finney was the American revivalist of the late 19th century.
Late 19th century
The so-called "No Nothings" were at the forefront of nativism in the 19th century. They believed that immigrants posed a problem for American society.
Mark Twain wrote during the late 19th century, in the era he termed "The Gilded Age."
european Imperialism in the late 19th century
That depends on how many of the 100 years you consider "late". The last year of the 19th Century was the year 1900.
In the late 19th century.