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  1. Social Studies

    Map of the United States showing U.S. acquisitions, 1845 to 1848. States shaded in whole or in part are Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, Utah, California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. The first area, labeled 1844, includes

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    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

  3. Social Studies

    1. In the civil War, for the first time, thousands of Women served as____. A. Soldiers B. spies*** C. generals D. nurses 2. "Peace Democrats" became known as______. A. war hawks*** B. rebels C. copperheads D. radicals 3. What guarantee gives accused

  4. Texas History

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  5. Texas State History

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  6. History

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  7. Social Studys

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  8. GeoScience

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  9. History

    What was the immediate cause for the Korean War? 1. Soviet troops entering North Korea.*** 2. The North invaded the South. 3. The Chinese sent missiles to the South. 4. U.S forces bombed North Korean targets.

  10. History

    Which of the following was a consequence of the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo? A.)Texas gained independence from Mexico. B.)The war between the United States and Mexico ended.*** C.)The Bear Flag Republic was officially recognized as a state. D.)The debate

  11. georgia state history

    Which of the following was an advantage of the south at the beginning of the civil war A. The south had agriculture products to provide food for the army B. The south had many factories that created superior machinery C. The south had a more advanced fleet

  12. History

    What was a result of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848? A. The U.S. bought land west of Texas to the California coast. B. Texas declared its independence from Mexico. C. New Mexico split from Mexico and joined the Union. D. Native Americans were

  13. Social Studies

    Which of the following has created the most conflict between North and South Korea? A. North Korea's limits on its citizens' freedoms B. South Korea's increased democracy C. North Korea's continuing effort to make more nuclear weapons D. South Korea's

  14. social studies

    what main reason did congress initially refuse to annex texas If the united states annexed texas it would almost certainly cause a war with mexico *** If the united states annexed texas it would enter as a free state and anger southerners If the united

  15. history

    Why did the number of Texas farm workers decrease in the mid-1900s? A) Mechanization B) Irrigation C) Migrant labor D) the cotton gin 2.) Which industry helped the growth of manufacturing in north Texas in mid-1900s? A) Transportation B) Communication C)

  16. History

    3. Support for the Mexican-American War are most closely connected with support for which of these ideas? A.) Manifest Destiny**** B.) Transcendentalist Movement C.) Great Awakening D.) Monroe Doctrine 4. Read the information below: During the 1820's and

  17. History

    4.)During the 1820s and 1830s, many people settled in texas an california. the territories were part of mexico . some thought the united state should annex those territories. the territories were soon independent of mexico they became part of the united

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    What main reason Congress initially refused to annex Texas is supported by the information on this map? Select the two correct answers. A. If the United States annexed Texas, it would almost certainly mean war with Mexico. B. If the United States annexed

  19. History

    Map of the United States showing U.S. acquisitions, 1845 to 1848. States shaded in whole or in part are Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, Utah, California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. The first area, labeled 1844, includes

  20. History

    In which world regions or countries was the Seven Years’ War fought? a.)Australia, South America, China b.)North America, Western Europe, India c.)North Africa, Mexico, Japan d.)Scandinavia, Middle East, Afghanistan I think it is B

  21. Social studies

    1.As a strategy for winning the Civil War, Union General Winfield Scott wanted to A.deny the South access to the North by building a wall along the border between North and South. B.gain control of the Confederate capital in Richmond and force the southern

  22. History

    Place the following events in chronological order. Place the first event at the top. 1.The U.S. declares war on Mexico. 2.Mexico allows American settlers into Texas. 3.The U.S. annexes Texas. 4.Texas declares independence.

  23. Social Studies

    Which Korean War outcomes are still in place today? A) The U.N gave Russia power over North Korea, and US troops left South Korea. B) North and south Korean leaders signed a treaty, and North Korea became a democracy. C) North and South Korea became one

  24. History

    1. To what was the 1836 Constitution of Texas similar? A. Mexican Constitution of 1824 B. Turtle Bayou Resolutions C. Texas Declaration of Independence D. United States Constitution*** 2. Which of the following statements best explains how the

  25. History

    1. What allowed Stephen F. Austin to bring more than 1,200 settlers to Texas? A) Land grants*** B) Promises of wishes C) Promises of riches D) Slavery 2. What allowed Austin to bring more than 1,200 settlers to Texas? A) He helped started the Mexican

  26. history

    While the United States referred to the conflict with Mexico as the Mexican War, Mexicans called the war the North American Invasion. What do these different names suggest about each country's perspective on the war? i'm so stuck on this quesiton, please

  27. History

    Please help me and check my answers! 1. What were the main complaints that Texans had about living under Mexican rule? Select all that apply. Mexico barred slavery. Mexico was independent of Spain.** Mexico had a federal government. Mexico limited

  28. NM History

    Why was the Spanish-American War so important in New Mexico's struggle for statehood? A. The Spanish-American War gave the citizens of New Mexico a spotlight on which to prove their patriotism by supporting the war effort and volunteering for combat. B.

  29. Social Studies

    You have been reading about the war between the United States and Mexico from 1846 to 1848. It sprang out of a dispute between two countries over the southern border of Texas. The U.S. claimed the Rio Grande as the border, while Mexico claimed the Nueves

  30. social studies

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  31. History

    hi, i really need help with this question you don't need to tell me the answer but please just help me out!!! Which of the following best describes the terms of the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo? A.) Mexico paid the U.S. two million dollars and gave up

  32. history

    Why is the South Texas plains region of Texas an area rich in Tejano culture A. its border with Mexico . B. its rich French history. C. the overwhelming amount of agriculture in the area. D. its connection to the American Indian population. I think it is D

  33. History

    How did the war with Mexico lead to conflict between the North and the South?

  34. History

    1. Why did Texans such as Sam Houston support joining the United States? A. Texas had a hard time attracting settlers to its open lands. B. Texas had economic troubles that joining the United States could help solve. C. Texas and Mexico were at war, so

  35. History

    Which of the following is a biased statement about Texas History? Texas was a republic for 10 years Annexing Texas would anger Mexico Expansionism was a noble improvement for American History**** The Texas Republic faced a great deal of conflict with the

  36. History

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  37. S.S

    ". . . But now, after reiterated menaces, Mexico has passed the boundary of the United States, has invaded our territory and shed American blood upon the American soil. She has proclaimed that hostilities have commenced, and that the two nations are now at

  38. History

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  39. History PLEASE!!!

    What action did President Polk take that resulted in the war between the United States and Mexico? A)He ordered troops to invade Mexico and capture Vera Cruz and Mexico City. B)He refused to return Mexican land that had been turned over by Santa Anna. C)He

  40. Social Studies

    what main reason congress initially refused to annex texas is supported by the information on the map select all that apply. A. If the United States annexed Texas, it would almost certainly mean war with Mexico. B. If the United States annexed Texas, it

  41. Social Studys

    What main reason Congress initially refused to annex Texas is supported by the information on this map? Select the two correct answers. A. If the United States annexed Texas, it would almost certainly mean war with Mexico. B. If the United States annexed

  42. History

    why did galveston suffer more direct effects of the civil war than other texas cities? Galveston was located near the cotton-growing region of Texas The Union blockade brought it into direct contact with enemy groups Union soldiers wished to end trade

  43. 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

  44. social studies

    how did the war with mexico lead to conflict between the north and the south? Texas was pro-slavery. http://www.pinzler.com/ushistory/timeline5.html

  45. history

    While the United States referred to the conflict with Mexico as the Mexican War, Mexicans called the war the North American Invasion. What do these different names suggest about each country's perspective on the war? is it because president polk wanted

  46. history

    Which most accurately traces the relevance of the Texas Consultation in relationship to the expansion of the United States? It led to the division of modern-day Texas into an eastern territory controlled by the United States and a western territory

  47. Lesson 9: Changing Times Unit Test South Carolina

    How did the Mexican-American War ignite a conflict over slavery between the North and the South? I think it because the North felt that the South would have the new states become slave states. Congress was unhappy about this because they didn't want slave

  48. History

    2. Which fictional book title best shows how President Polk handled the Texas border issue with Mexico? A) "Give In to Us or Fight" B) "A Compromise for Land" C) "Battles Won, Battles Lost"**** D)"Trading California for Texas" 3. How did the Treaty of

  49. U.S. History

    While the United States referred to the conflict with Mexico as the Mexican War, Mexicans called the war the North American Invasion. What do these different names suggest about each country's perspective on the war?

  50. History

    Which fact best illustrates the role of Manifest Destiny in the U.S.- Mexican War? A) Most Mexicans still thought of Texas as part of their country B) The U.S. took Texas without regard for Mexico’s claims.**** C) Mexico refused to negotiate with the

  51. ss

    You have been reading about the war between the United States and Mexico from 1846 to 1848. It sprang out of a dispute between two countries over the southern border of Texas. The U.S. claimed the Rio Grande as the border, while Mexico claimed the Nueves

  52. History

    1. Why were many federal troops placed in western Texas after the civil war? A.to increase the population. B.to influence the largest area of Texas with citizens of south ancestors. C.to police the area from confederate raiders. D.to provide protaction

  53. English- Peer Edit

    Can someone look over this essay and peer edit it for me? Just the basic grammar/spelling/structure of the essay would be great. It's on why I believe the the civil war broke out for history. Pay no attention to the formatting. Thank you. :-) The Civil War

  54. hhisttorry

    Which "act of Mexico herself," referred to by President Polk in this passage, was the cause of war between the United States and Mexico? (1 point) Mexico’s refusal to discuss the U.S. offer to buy California and New Mexico Mexico’s massacre of the

  55. Louisiana History

    Please help!!! 1. What set the steamboat apart from the flatboat and the keelboat? a) The steamboat was inexpensive to build. b) The steamboat could go back upriver with ease.*** c) The steamboat has a slow and easy ride. d) The steamboat could only

  56. SS7R - DBQ Essay (plz read!)

    Sectionalism – The Civil War From the 1820’s to the 1860’s the North and South had different thoughts over slavery. It expanded through different sections of America. The North and South started to develop new ways in which to make

  57. Texas history

    (**= My answer) 1. Which group most benefited from new settlements in South Texas during the 1840s and 1850s? A: Anglos** B: Tejanos patrons C: enslaved African Americans D: German immigrants 2. What was the U.S Army's solution to the long distances

  58. LA

    How did the Civil War affect the Northern and Southern economies? A;The North experienced more severe inflation than the South. B;Overall the South fared much worse economically than the North. C;The South experienced a boom in manufacturing. D;The North's

  59. social studies

    why Mexico encouraged Americans to settle in Texas? Mexico had gotten independence from Spain,but most of the land claimed north of the Rio Grande was sparsely populated, and the US population was moving west. The idea Mexico had was to populate it quickly

  60. History8

    During the battle of San Jacinto, Texans fought for their independence from Mexico. true? Stephen Austin, son of Mosses Austin brought settlers to Texas. The settlers can be characterized by all of the following except a.300 families settled in Texas b.The

  61. American history

    Which statement most accurately describes each side's main strategy at the start of the Civil War? Select one: a. The South planned to invade the North; the North planned to stop this invasion in the border states. b. The North planned to isolate the South

  62. social studies

    As a result of the mexican war, the united states a. gained mexican territory b. won $ million from mexico c. lost california to mexico d. let texas became part of mexico

  63. history

    the decree of april 6 1830 stopped immigration )to mexico from texas )to texas from mexico )to texas from the US****** )to the us from texas

  64. geography

    I do not mean to make it seem I an unappreciative for the help but can you look over my question again. Is Mexico City north or south of the Tropic of Capricorn? My answer I really do think was correct. I said Mexico City is north. On my map the Tropic of

  65. AP us history

    I have the answers will you just tell me if I'm right? This is for my final study guide. The Compromise of 1850 affected which states an/or Territiries? A. Texas, New Mexico, California B. Utah, Texas, California C. CALIFORNIA, OREGON, AND MISSIOUR D.

  66. SS

    How did the Mexican-American War ignite a conflict over slavery between the North and the South?

  67. social studies help

    How did the Mexican-American War ignite a conflict over slavery between the North and the South?

  68. social studies

    How did the Mexican-American War ignite a conflict over slavery between the North and the South? can someone help me

  69. history

    How did the Mexican-American War ignite a conflict over slavery between the North and the South?

  70. History

    Most of the the actual fighting in Texas during the civil war took place in what part of the state? A. Near the texas capital B. Along the border with Mexico * C. along the gulf coast D. In the far west I really need help on this can someone please help

  71. History

    Most of the actual fighting in Texas during the civil war took place in what part of the state? A. near the Texas capital** B. along the border with Mexico C. along the Golf Coast D. in the far west

  72. Social Studies/History

    1. Compare and contrast Northern and Southern populations, industries, resources and goals in the Civil War. In your response, break down the advantages and disadvantages of both the North and the South by evaluating the each side’s population, industry,

  73. USA PoliScience

    Puerto Ricans who immigrate to the United States are most likely to settle in California Texas New Jersey New Mexico Arizona Usually the docs say Upper north east. I would say the closest would be New Jersey? But there is a possibility of the south as

  74. U.S History - pls check my answer :)

    Document E: HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES vote on whether to declare war against Britain STATE YEAS NAYS NORTH N.H. 3 2 MASS. 2 12 R.I. 0 2 VERMONT 3 1 CONN. 0 7 MIDDLE N.Y. 7 8 N.J. 2 4 PA. 9 11 DEL. 0 1 MD. 6 3 SOUTH VA. 14 5 N.C. 6 3 S.C. 8 0 GA 3 0 KY. 5 0

  75. Social Studies--Check My Answers Please--

    #1. Who was the African American who called the war with Mexico "disgraceful" and "cruel"? a) Santa Ana b) Frederick Douglass ****** c) Davy Crockett d) Sam Huston #2. When Mexico won its independence in 1821, it inherited the New Mexico province from

  76. History

    3. How did the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo affect North America? A. It ended a war between the Republic of Texas and Mexico B. It reduced the influence of Spain in the Southwest C. It gave more control to the United States*** D. It created disputes over

  77. SS7R - HW Qs. Check (Q2)

    TRUE OR FALSE The North and South were always able to compromise therefore the Civil War should never have occurred answer - false the south was prone to start fights with the north no matter what. They encouraged the war, because not only were they in

  78. Social Studies

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  79. History (PLEASE) stuck

    What did President James Polk hope to gain as a result of provoking a war with Mexico? control of the Rio Grande additional territory including California and New Mexico support from the Native Americans in the Southwest clarification of the border between

  80. DBQ Essay (plzz read!)

    here is my DBQ essay so far BUT it's NOT done tho. Sectionalism – The Civil War From the 1820’s to the 1860’s the North and South had different thoughts over slavery. It expanded through different sections of America. The North and

  81. Social Studies

    Hello! Yesterday I posted a question about my social studies essay and made some revisions! If anyone has time to read it and tell me what they think it would be greatly appreciated! Thank you! The instructions: For this portfolio project, you will explore

  82. History!!

    I need help with what to put for my answer to this question, please don't link me to a site. How did the Mexican-American war ignite a conflict over slavery between the North and the South?

  83. Social Studies

    Where is the community of El Paso, Texas, located? On the southern-most point where Texas, New Mexico and Mexico meet. http://travel.yahoo.com/p-travelguide-577952-map_of_texas-i

  84. ss --- pls check my work!!!

    hi, can somebody pls check my work asap!?? 1. Who was the African American who called the war with Mexico "disgraceful" and "cruel"? (1 point) Santa Anna Frederick Douglass*** Davy Crockett Sam Houston 2. When Mexico won its independence in 1821, it

  85. Geography

    Mexico’s maquiladora program has been a central feature of the U.S./Mexico border. This border stretches nearly 2,000 miles, from the Pacific Ocean in California to the Gulf of Mexico in Texas. Four U.S. states (Arizona, California, New Mexico, and

  86. history

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  87. HISTORY

    The minister sent to Mexico in 1845 had strict orders to accomplish what as his primary goal? A. Secure Mexican approval of the annexation of Texas B. Purchase California for $25 million C. Get Mexico to grant their claims to Oregon to the US D. Settle the

  88. American History

    Critics of American policy in Vietnam claimed all of the following except that a. the war was a civil conflict in which the United States had no part. b. the president had subverted the role of Congress in declaring war. c. the North Vietnamese Communists

  89. History

    What were the main benefits to the United States that led it to annex Texas? Select all that apply. a. reducing the threat of attack from mexico***** b.gaining vast new lands***** c. helping achieve Manifest Destiny d. reducing the national public debt

  90. social studies

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  91. History

    1. What was the main way Spain tried to secure its claim on new territories in North America? A. Waging war B. Establishing harsh laws C. Establishing missions***** 2. Why did the Spanish establish presidios in Texas? A. To convert the Native Americans to

  92. Ap world

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  93. Social Studies

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  94. socialstudies

    How has Mexico's culture been shaped by conflict among different people? Be sure to name the groups were involved in the conflict, describe the conflict, and explain how the conflict or cooperation shaped Mexico's culture.

  95. social studies

    Say during the civil war the southhad the same amount of people as the north. Would they south win?? Probably not. The South didn't have the industries, the money, or the moral imperative to win the Civil War. During the American Civil War, the determining

  96. social studies... help!!

    my answers are the ones with the stars.. please help. 8.The 54th Massachusetts Regiment is famous because: a. It helped win the Mexican-American War ***b. It was a famous Confederate army unit noted for its heroism in battle c. It was an African American

  97. History

    1. Which statement best summarizes why the population of African American slaves in Texas increased so much by 1860? A. Wages for farm workers had dropped significantly. B. The cotton industry had entered a boom period C. The supply of available land was

  98. English

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  100. Social Studies 8R - HW Qs. Help! (FAST!)

    The north lost more soldiers in the Civil War than the South did. Why was it easier for the north to recover from the war?

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