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Who was most likely to participate in a corn husking?

a.Low Country residents
b.Up Country residents
c.house servants
d.plantation owners

i think it is b.

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  1. Where?

    When?

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  2. What the heck do you mean where and when??

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  3. I agree with Kendall.Because of that..What do you mean Where and When? Its a freaking question for god sake..Answer it and don't question the question.

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  4. Thanks Xavier!

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  5. No problem Kendall!
    -Anytime-

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  6. B is correct

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