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Briefly describe one way that these cultures changed the geography of the paces to which they migrated.

1. the ancient Romans who conquered much of Europe and England
2. homesteading families who migrated to the western territories of North America
3. American missionaries sent to Hawaii in the 1800s
4. miners and others who rushed west after the discovery of gold in 1849
5. the first generation of immigrants to Israel after World War II
How would I describe them?

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  1. The ancient Romans built good roads, some of which are still used today.

    I'm sure you can take it from there.

  2. Ohh.. thank you.

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  3. What could I say for number 3?

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  4. http://www.hawaiian-roots.com/missionaries.htm

  5. Never mind, number 5?

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  6. The first immigrants after WWII irrigated dry lands and grew crops in arid Israel.

  7. Thanks so much.

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  8. You're welcome.

  9. i need help with question 4 ms sue

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  10. i need help with #2 ms sue

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  11. I need help with #1 ms sue

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