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6 September, 20:19

a historian who compares events in both America to events in South America is organizing history by what?

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  1. 6 September, 20:58
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    Abraham Lincoln

    Explanation:

    Lincoln was born in poverty in a log cabin and

    was raised on the frontier primarily in Indiana.

    He was self-educated and became a lawyer,

    Whig Party leader, Illinois state legislator, and

    U. S. Congressman from Illinois. In 1849 he

    returned to his law practice but became vexed

    by the opening of additional lands to slavery as

    a result of the Kansas-Nebraska Act. He

    reentered politics in 1854, becoming a leader in

    the new Republican Party and he reached a

    national audience in the 1858 debates against

    Stephen Douglas. Lincoln ran for President in

    1860, sweeping the North in victory. Pro-slavery

    elements in the South equated his success with

    the North's rejection of their right to practice

    slavery, and southern states began seceding

    from the union. To secure its independence, the

    new Confederate States of America fired on Fort

    Sumter, a U. S. fort in the South, and Lincoln

    called up forces to suppress the rebellion and

    restore the Union.
  2. 6 September, 21:27
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    The correct answer is option C.

    A historian who compares events in north america to events in south america is organizing history by region.

    Using region based data is the best way to compare the history of two cities, countries and continents.

    Culture, period and theme are the wrong options.
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