What Was the US like in 1900?

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1900 was a partially primitive year in the US. This is because: there were no cars or phones during this time. The white Americans had a life expectancy of 48 years, while the black American's life expectancy was at 33 years. An average family had a yearly income of 1,907 pounds (3,000 dollars).
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