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American Entrepreneurial Genius: Program 3 (1826-1850)

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This segment describes a time of explosive growth in American business and entrepreneurship. During this period, Cyrus McCormick operates his mechanical reaper, Samuel Colt patents the five shot revolver, John Deere invents the first self-scouring plow, and Samuel Morse demonstrates the telegraph. Part of the "American Entrepreneurial Genius" series.

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