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18.)What did people in the both the North & the South have in common during the late 1800's?

A)People increased their use of both renewable and non-renewable natural resources.

B)Factories, railroads, and industry were more important to the economy than agriculture.***

C)Both groups of people understood that they needed to take care to protect natural resources.

D)People cut down forests for farming land, as it was the most important part of the economy.

B?

  1. Ms. Sue

    No. Most Americans were still farmers in the late 1800s.

  2. #FreeGucci

    D?

  3. Ms. Sue

    Yes, D.

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