History

8.)In the early 1800s, what was the usual reason for working class children to be separated from their family?

A.)being captured

B.)going to school

C.)going overseas

D.)being indentured

D?

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  1. wait no C?

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  2. D is right.

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    Ms. Sue
  3. A. Being captured

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  4. I say D

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  5. Its D

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