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1. What is the purpose of a land grant?
A. A land grant protects land for the exclusive use of the government
B. A land grant always reserves property for Native Americans only
C. A land grant gives property to a certain person or group***
D. A land grant prevents the settlement or development of a certain area of land

2. Which of the following is not a type of land grant used in New Mexico?
A. pueblos
B. community grants
C. state trust lands
D. colonies***

3. What change made land grant disputes more likely during the mid-1800s?
A. Mexico gained independence from Spain
B. Settlers found valuable resources in land-grant lands***
C. The United States signed the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
D. New Mexico applied unsuccessfully for statehood

4. Which of the following institutions is most likely to benefit from state land-grant trusts today?
A. a construction business near Las Cruces
B. a private laboratory in Albuquerque
C. an art gallery in a colonial building in Rio Rancho
D. an elementary school in Farmington***

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Final answers

1. C

2. D

3. B

4. D

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    Ms. Sue
  2. C
    Is correct uwu

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  3. I really need help with the following question, What were two effects the land grant had on New Mexico? 1.some families owned thousands of acres of land, 2.administration still remains in NM, 3.public schools benefit from land grants, and 4.the NM state government had to give up claims to all land grants. I think it's 1 and 2. PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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