1. Social studies connexus 8th grade

    The Underground Railroad used escape routes that went throughout the South. Based on that fact, which of the following conclusions could be made? I could use some help here can anyone help me give me an answer or a link of some sort? Thanks
  2. Social studies

    The Underground Railroad used escape routes that went throughout the South. Based on that fact, which of the following conclusions could be made? This is only one question and I am from connexus 8th grade if someone could give me the answers to the whole
  3. Social Studies

    The Underground Railroad used escape routes that went throughout the South. Based on that fact, which of the following conclusions could be made? A) The southern states were leaning toward emancipation B) Slaves were hopeful to acquire jobs in Northern
  4. S.S

    5. The Underground Railroad used escape routes that went throughout the South. Based on that fact, which of the following conclusions could be made? (1 point) A. The Southern states were leaning toward emancipation of the slaves. B. Slaves were hopeful to
  5. History | Need help, i'm in a rush =(

    the underground railroad used escape routes that went throughout the south. based on that fact, which of the following conclusions could be made? a) the southern states were leaning toward emancipation of the slaves b) slaves were hopeful to acquire jobs
  6. History

    The Underground Railroad used escape routes that went throughout the South. Based on that fact, which of the following conclusion could be made? A) The Southern states were leaning toward emancipation of the slaves. B) Slaves were hopeful to acquire jobs
  7. Language Arts

    Which of the following best describes the author’s purpose in “Harriet Tubman”? A. to explain how Tubman taught others to become Underground Railroad conductors B. to explain the path Tubman would take if she conducted the Underground Railroad today
  8. check geo

    In the 1800s_____ opened up the western U.S to immigration and buisiness. A)the transcontinental B)the underground railroad c)route 66 D)cattle farming 1)a Canada was originally a ______ of great britian. A)dominion B) confedracy c) loyalist system d)
  9. US HISTORY

    1) How were William Lloyd and the Rev. Elijah Lovejoy alike? A) Both Lived in Boston and were Underground Railroad conductors. B) Both printed newspapers with antislavery messages to the North.*** C) Both used their houses as Underground Railroad stations
  10. English

    Can someone edit this for me please?? What female born in the 1800's was full of bravery and determination? What female risked her life to save others? What female was a Conductor in the Underground Railroad, Spy for federal forces in South Carolina and a
  11. check geo

    in the 1800s ___________ opened up the western united states to immagration and buisness. A. The transcontinental railroad B. The underground railroad C.Route 66 D.Cattle farming .The answer I chose was B .
  12. History

    1. What were the ideals of movement related to this medallion? @liberty of Congress A. abolition and suffrage B. freedom and abolition C. justice and temperance D. temperance and slavery 2. Based on the information in the poster below, which phrase best
  13. Science

    Which of the following is true? Mark all that apply. A. a hypothesis can be proved incorrect through experiment B. conclusions cannot disprove a hypothesis C. conclusions are made based on the analysis of data D. opinion is used to analyze data Is it A and
  14. Biology HELP!

    Which of the following is true? Mark all that apply. (2 points) A hypothesis can be proved incorrect through experiment. Conclusions cannot disprove a hypothesis. Conclusions are made based on the analysis of data. Opinion is used to analyze data. A/D
  15. History

    1. What were the ideals of movement related to this medallion? @liberty of Congress A. abolition and suffrage B. freedom and abolition C. justice and temperance D. temperance and slavery 2. Based on the information in the poster below, which phrase best
  16. History

    3. What was the effect of the Nat Turner's Rebellion? A. It became illegal to teach slaves to read and write B. Laws came into effect to prevent of the freeing of slaves C. The Fugitive Slave Act was repealed in the south D. White people in the North
  17. Criminal Justice/Report Writing

    When an investigator writes a conclusion in an investigative report based on his or her opinion, he or she is: A. properly writing conclusions based on personal experiences. B. allowing a conclusion to be inappropriately arrived at in lieu of a conclusion
  18. Literature and arts

    What was the Underground Railroad?
  19. sosial studies

    I need 3 characteristics of the underground railroad. HELP PLEASE....
  20. Social studies

    Underground railroad home
  21. Social studies

    Underground railroad helper
  22. social studies

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  23. History

    Would reconstruction of the south be considered a success or failure based on the fact that the south's goal was to fight for slavery and the north's goal was to mantain the union. keeping in mind, both wanted the right to make their own decisions.
  24. History

    6.)During resistance efforts, how did Elijah Parish Lovejoy die? A.)He was an escaped slave who also speak out against slavery, & he was caught & hanged for his defiant opposition. B.)He was a sea caption who helped slaves escape, & U.S Marshals arrested
  25. Cultural Diversity

    what year did Harriet Tubman help develope the Underground RailRoad?
  26. Socials Studies

    What do you think were the three greatest risks a fugitive slave might face on the underground railroad?
  27. language arts

    according to harriet tubman, what was thomas garrett's role in the underground railroad
  28. Physics/Calculus

    A spherical oil tank with a radius of 10 feet is half full of oil that weighs 60 pounds per cubic foot. Its top is 6 feet underground. How much work is needed to pump the oil out of the tank through a hole in its top? How do I solve this? Does the fact
  29. Calculus

    A spherical oil tank with a radius of 10 feet is half full of oil that weighs 60 pounds per cubic foot. Its top is 6 feet underground. How much work is needed to pump the oil out of the tank through a hole in its top? How do I solve this? Does the fact
  30. Ela

    What is the best way to combine these 2 sentences? (7)Levi Coffin had been a teacher. (8) Became a merchant. A.Levi Coffin had been a teacher, and he was a merchant. B.Levi Coffin had been a teacher, and then he became a merchant. C.Levi Coffin had been a
  31. Social Studies

    What four methods did americans use to oppose slavery? I can't find anything. Would the underground railroad be considered one?
  32. us history

    Leading the underground railroad in to further North to Canada, was due to the Fugitive Slave Act. is it true.
  33. U.S.History

    please check if i have a good answer for this question. add if needed :) Compare the advantages that the North had over the South during the Civil War, and vice versa The North was becoming still more urban and industrial than the South. It's population
  34. us history

    Which of these statements best compares the economic development of the North and South during the first half of the 19th century? More factories and railroad lines were built in the North than in the South. The North developed more trade connections with
  35. History

    6.)Help me with 1 question! U.S. Marshals branded Jonathan Walker s hand with "SS." Why did slavery opponents say this meant "slave savior"? A.)Jonathan Walker was a sea captain who helped resistance efforts by transporting escaped slaves to freedom.***
  36. conclusions

    What function do conclusions serve in essays? A. Conclusions provide the supporting details of an essay. B. Conclusions develop the main idea of an essay. C. Conclusions sum up the main idea of an essay. (MY ANSWER) D. Conclusions introduce new ideas
  37. HR

    Which of the following is a false statement about fact-finding as an impasse resolution procedure? A. A fact-finder's findings are binding on the parties. B. A fact-finder is often used for negotiations with governmental bodies. C. A fact-finder's findings
  38. Astronomy

    Calculate the ratio of the escape velocities from the moon and Earth. Calculate the ratio of the escape velocities from the moon and Earth In order to escape the gravitaional pull exerted by a central body on an orbiting object, it must must achieve a
  39. Battle of the Routes

    What was the battle of the routes? how was it resolved? The battle of the routes was a battle for where the railway routes should be located. Politicians from Vancouver island thought the railway should travel across the central interior, down the Homathco
  40. Literacy

    thomas garrett was an important person in the underground railroad. The narrator of harriet tubman describes his appearance his character and his actions what do those details reveal about garrett this is an essay question.
  41. Social Studies (History)

    What were the materials to construct the transcontinental railroad? I already knew the railroad was mostly constructed by hand by thousands of workers, but i need help to find out what kind of materials they used to build and construct the railroad. Also,
  42. s.s.

    How did the expansion of the railroad affect the growth of towns in south carolina in the late 1800's? It made transporting goods and peoplle easier. it provided more jobs in rural areas. it transported people to different states. it provided people with
  43. history

    The term Bourbon A.celebrated the French origin of many of the New South leaders B.derived from the French Bourbons who, according to Napoleon, forgot nothing and learned nothing through the ordeal of the French Revolution C.reflected the fact that some
  44. math

    5.Escape velocity is the speed necessary to escape the gravitational pull of a plant. The escape velocity of Earth is 11.3 kilometers per second, while the escape velocity of Saturn is 310% of that. What is the escape velocity of Saturn?
  45. critical thinking (just explain the question plz)

    can u explain this question for me or rephrase it because i don't understand what it means by fact-based subject matter or value-based subject matter. Does your hypothesis test fact-based subject matter or value-based subject matter? Briefly explain.?
  46. science

    The 140-million year-old fossil of a tortoise was recently found about 700 meters deep in a coal mine in northeast china. Scientists studying the fossil believe that it represents a previously unknown species? Which of the following is the best conclusion
  47. Social Studies. Please help!

    Whitney wanted to speed up the making of guns by having machines manufacture each part. All machine-made parts would be alike-for example, one trigger would be identical to another. Identical parts would fit together with all other parts, and gunsmiths
  48. Governemnt

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  49. Social studies

    Which action would be consistent with a person who believe in civil disobedience? ~ A.) A Know-Nothing party member attacking an immigrant. B.) A conductor on the Underground Railroad guiding escapes slaves. C.) An angry citizen setting fire to a
  50. social studies

    please check my answer: why did african americans go from the rural south to northern cities starting in the late 1800s? - so they could be around other races and cultures - to change identities - to escape the discrimination and to find better jobs ** -
  51. Science

    Why is it important for scientists to be open-minded but skeptical? a) Scientists need to generate many new ideas in order to reach a conclusion. b) Scientists need to be able to listen to new ideas but not accept them as fact without testing them. c)
  52. science

    What fossil fuel is pumped through underground pipes and what is the name of the energy resource from underground that turns to ash as it burns.
  53. English

    I forgot to include these last two sentences. 1) Slaves worked either on sugar cane plantations (better of sugar cane) or in their masters' houses. If they rebelled, they could have an ear cut off or be killed. 2) For them the only way to escap ws the
  54. Math

    faizel wants to travel from his house to the hardware store that is six blocks east and five blocks south of his home. If he walks east and south, how many different different routes can he follow from his house to the store? Can somebody help me setup
  55. math

    numbers of ways a person can travel from a to c via b, if there are 3 routes from a to b and 5 routes from b to c
  56. World History

    How did conquests and control of trade routes benefit rome by about 133 B.C.? A. Conquests and control of trade routes improved the lives of small farmers. B. Conquests and control of trade routes reduced unemployment throughout the region. C. Conquests
  57. Math

    If a fact family has only 2 multiplication and division sentences, What do you know about the product and dividend? How many fact families with a dividend under 100 contain only odd numbers ? You can use a multiplication table to help you. The fact
  58. ENGLISH

    These _________ are the __________," said the treasurer. conclusions presidents conclusion's president's conclusions presidents' conclusions president's conclusions president's
  59. History

    What happened in 1821 that encouraged the further development of Western trade routes, some of which crossed the Oklahoma Territory? A. The Trail of Tears brought American Indians farther west. B. Mexico achieved independence from Spain. C. Gold was
  60. college English

    Also, had they of done research on wills and added fact based information, than this would have made a crucial impact. Is the writing after "Also" a restritive or nonrestrictive phrase? I think that what is after "also" is restrictive but what is after the
  61. nursing

    What is the first pass effect? What routes are affected by this,which routes are not?
  62. Senior English

    I have to create a skit for an English presentation on the underground railroad (prior to reading Beloved by Toni Morrison) and am looking for creative ideas on delivering our information. In the past we have done numerous skits and other groups have
  63. Reading

    Do any of you have any ideas about a reading project? The book is about an african american family that moves into a historic house that used to be a part of the underground railroad.(the book is called the House of Dies Drear)We are supposed to come up
  64. History

    13.)Why were americans in the East & North less eager for war than Americans in the south and west? A.)Americans in the east and North were less patriotic B.)Americans in the South & West feared an end to slavery C.)Americans in the East and North depended
  65. Psych

    Is this an example of top-down processing? I heard a noise that sounded like a door opening and assumed my parent was home. I made this assumption based on the fact that it was the time of day that they would usually come home and that they sent me a text
  66. social studies

    what conclusions can you make based on Riel's speech?
  67. us history

    Imagine that you are a railroad worker in the late 19th century in America. The Great Railroad Strike of 1877 has just begun as you consider joining the local railroad labor union. Why are so many of your co-workers going on strike? Are you going to join
  68. American History

    Based on the information on the map, what can you infer about industry in the United States? 1. Manufacturing was a key part of the economy in the Northeast. 2. Agriculture was the major industry in the South. 3. Mills in the Northeast had to be close to
  69. social studies

    We were worked in all weathers. It was never too hot or too cold it could never rain blow hail or snow too hard for us to work in the field. Work work work The longest days were short for him and the shortest nights too long for him. Which statements best
  70. chemistryyy

    The escape velocity of planet earth is 11.2 km/s. At what temperature would helium atoms be able to escape the earth's gravitational pull? (Note: you're calculating the average speed here, which means roughly 50% of the atoms would escape at any given
  71. American History

    Based on the information on the map, what can you infer about industry in the United States? A. Manufacturing was a key part of the economy in the Northeast*** B. Agriculture was the main industry in the south C. Mills in the Northeast had to be close to
  72. Vocabulary

    "The network of capillaries, veins, and arteries make up the intricate routes that the blood travels through in its continuous journey in the body." The word "routes" means A) circuit B) stations C) vessels D) organs Is it C?
  73. GEOGRAPHY

    how does an underground reservoir work?how can this be true because I thought a reservoir was a lake of water- how can this be underground?
  74. HISTORY PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!

    *** = my answer choice. 1. Which of the following best describes the Klu Klux Klan during Reconstruction? A. a gun club for former Confederate Soldiers. B. a secret political terrorist organization. C. a social group whose members masqueraded in sheets and
  75. english

    Hoe did John mercer langston show his support of Jogn Brown's Harperss Ferry fiasco? I've been looking for the answer for over a week...please help By organizing the Underground Railroad and challenging the Fugitive Slave Act. He also helped organize the
  76. Social Studies

    3 which U.S. region was most impacted by the completion of transportation of the transcontinental railroad in 1869 A South B west ** C east D North
  77. physics

    a 9000 kg railroad car moving at 3 m/s strikes a stationary 5000 kg railroad car .what is the momentum of the 9000 kg railroad car before the collision?
  78. us history

    Harriet Tubman is characterized as; An Abolitionist Women's Right Leader An Active member of the Underground Railroad All of the Above is it All Examples of "Radical Antislavery" were; William Llyod Garrison John Brown Quakers William Still All of the
  79. History

    Where were Muslim trade routes established? What products and inventions traveled along these routes? How did Muslim scholars preserve and pass on knowledge to medieval Europe?
  80. Data Mangement- Math

    Nancy lives in a subdivision where the streets are laid out in a grid pattern. Her school is six blocks south and four blocks east of her home. How many different direct routes could she take when she bicycles to school if she always stops by her
  81. Science

    How does radioactivity make it possible to understand how Earth can be so old and still have a hot interior? (1 point) A.Radioactive elements trap heat from underground magma chambers. B.Radioactive elements absorb heat from the atmosphere and release it
  82. Math grd12

    Gisela lives in a subdivision where the streets are laid out in a grid pattern. Her school is eight blocks south and six blocks east of her home. How many different direct routes could she take when she bicycles to school if she always stops by her
  83. Physical Chemistry

    The escape velocity, the velocity required by an object to escape from the gravitational field is given V^e = (2gr)^1/2 where r is the radius for Earth (6.37 x 10^6m). At what temperature will the c of an H2 molecule and of an N2 molecule attain the escape
  84. U.S.History

    Which of the following was an advantage the North had over the South? a. more experienced generals b. military support from Britain c. more money to spend on war d. full support of all its citizens I think the answer is A Which of the following was an
  85. Science can you help me

    Praire dogs dig alot of underground tunnel systems called "towns". They come to the surface to eat grasses. Cause all animals need to eat food.One reason prarie dogs dig alot of underground tunnel systems called wonderful "towns" is to
  86. Social Studies

    Toword the end of the Civil War, how did General Grant affect Southern civilians? A) He allowed those living in the South to keep their ownership of land B) He ordered his generals to impose a "total war" strategy on the South**** C) He ordered his army to
  87. social studies

    "in 1996 Congress approved economic sanitation against South America to force an end to apartheid. sanctions are measures aimed to make a country change its policy. american companies were forbidden to invest in South Africa or import South African
  88. Please Help- English

    The ______________ gave their names and addresses to the_____________ secretary. witnesses attorneys' witnesses' attorneys witnesses attorney's witness's attorney's "These____________ are the________,'' said the treasurer. conclusions presidents
  89. statistics

    4 Find: a. The z score for each male salary, based on only the male salaries. b. The z score for each female salary, based on only the female salaries. c. The z score for each female compa, based on only the female compa values. d. The z score for each
  90. Sociology

    Discuss the conclusions of Margaret Mead concerning temperament, and explain how she arrived at her conclusions.
  91. History

    Fill in the blank The purpose of the act was to provide land to railroad companies so that a transcontinental railroad could be built.
  92. SS

    The map shows the areas of New York with more dots than the places by the Ohio River. Based on the information from the map what can you infer about industry in the united states? A- Manufacturing was a key part of the economy in the northeast. B-
  93. Principles of Management

    Answer questions 1 through 3 based on the following fact: Wal-Mart sometimes forced its employees to work over time without pay. 1. Which stakeholder of Wal-Mart is the fact mainly about? a. Customers. B. Employees. c. Suppliers. D. Governments. 2. What
  94. Social Studies

    1) The South is an excellent place to grow such crops as cotton, rice, tobacco, and sugar cane. Which of the following is NOT part of the South's excellent farming conditions? a. The warm climate is suitable for agriculture. b. There are no bugs. c. The
  95. S.S.

    Which of the following was NOT a reason why there was less industrial development I the South than in the North? a. because of the rockiness of southern land made it difficult to develop railroads. b. because there was a lack of capital in the South. c.
  96. History

    US History Crossword Puzzle 1. 9 letters; areas of Mississippi and Alabama characterized by black soil and excellent cotton-growing conditions 2. 13 letters; cotton-producing region of the southern United States How did the Free-Soil Party propose to
  97. vectors

    In an attempt to escape his island, Gilligan builds a raft and sets to sea. The wind shifts a great deal during the day, and he is blown along the following straight lines: 2.5 km 45° north of west; then 4.70 km 60° south of east; then 5.1 km straight
  98. U.S.History

    pleae check these: 1. what was the purpose of the gag rule A. To prevent the reading of antislavery petitions in Congress b. to stop the activities of temperance supporters c. to discredit the women's rights movement d. to expose the Underground Railroad i
  99. statistics

    4. A Prisoner escapes from jail. There are three roads leading away form the jail. If the prisoner selects road A to make good here escape, the probability that she succeeeds is 1/4. If she selects road B, the probability that she succeeds is 1/5. If she
  100. American History

    After 1815 travel was greatly improved by all of the following Except: a.) Construction of canals that made shipping of goods faster and less expensive b.)by 1820 a national railroad network that encompassed over 150,000 miles of railroad had developed