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I'm a little confused about making something possessive. For example, if I were to write
America's history is fascinating.
would that be correct, or would "Americas", or "Americas'" be right? Also, suppose you wanted to say that a dog belonged to Mrs. Ness (or anything ending with s). Would you say it's Mrs. Ness's or it's Mrs. Ness' or what? Thanks for any help!

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