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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.*** B.)Jonathan Walker was ...

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4.)Which of the following best describes the contributions of Charles loring brace? A.)Was more widespread but less significant for American society B.)Was more widespread & had greater effects on american society C.)Was mostly a Southern event & had greater effects on ...

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5.)While the 1st Great Awakening took place mostly in New England, the 2nd Great Awakening A.)Was more widespread but less significant for American society. B.)Was more widespread & had greater effects on American society.*** C.)Was mostly a Southern event & had greater ...

U.S. History
1. The admission of Missouri as a slave state was controversial in the Senate because... A. The senate was pro-slavery B. It would create sectionalism*** C. It would upset the balance D. The senate was anti-slavery

History
The Roman Empire was largest during which emperors rule? Hadrian Nerva Marcus Aurelius Trajan*** please help!

Oklahoma History
In the 1800s, the US established forts west of the Mississippi River from Louisiana to Minnesota to establish peace among warring American Indian tribes and to __________. A. provide American Indians with funds and goods for their survival B. strengthen trade between white ...

world history
how did the schlieffen plan war on the eastern front differ from the war on the western front

Writing
Please, need help. Anyone, I'll appreciated! For western history class, what did Arab culture look like before the appearance of Muhammad and Islam?

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 him & later hung him ...

History
Which of the following is true regarding deaf and blind children in the 1800s? a.)Deaf and blind children were required to live in group homes or institutions. b.) Deaf and blind children were sent to orphanages once they reached age five. c.)Deaf and blind children were not ...

History
5.)In contrast to the conversion Finney at revivals, Phoebe Palmer believed which of the following? A.)Conversation is personal & calm, but faith need not play an active role in one's life. B.)Conversion is public & energetic, but faith not play an active role in one's life...

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4.)Which of the following best describes the contributions of charles loring brace? A.)Was more widespread but less significant for American society B.)Was more widespread & had greater effects on american society C.)Was mostly a Southern event & had greater effects on ...

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3.)Which of the following best describes the contributions of charles loring brace? A.)He work resulted in the creation of mental hospital across America. B.)He founded the children's Aid Society to help New York City's poor children. C.)He developed child child labor laws ...

History
Which of the following was a direct consequence of Andrew Jackson's Bank War? People were no longer able to buy land on credit. Financial institutions closed, leading to unemployment. The value of paper money decreased, leading to inflation. Fewer improvements could be made ...

History
2.)Which of the following best describes the contributions of Samuel Howe? A.)He researched blindness and helped increase the printing of Braille materials.*** B.)He helped develop American Sign Language in an effort to educate deaf children. C.)He brought the issue of mental ...

History
12.)Which of the following best describes assembly line production? A.)A process using interchangeable parts that constructs products entirely instead of by individual piece*** B.)A process using workers to construct products more efficiently by dividing labor into specialized...

History
what were the environmental consequences of industrialization in the american northeast? a.) destruction of citrus crops b.) extinction of the Carolina parakeet c.) pollution of the Pacific Ocean d.) remove of large tracts of tress

History
what were the environmental consequences of industrialization in the american northeast? a.) destruction of citrus crops b.) extinction of the Carolina parakeet c.) pollution of the Pacific Ocean d.) remove of large tracts of tress

History Help!
1.How did New England's textile industry affect women? -New technologies required men to work far from their wives and families -The jobs in this field were considered "mens work," and women were not hired -The need for unskilled labor provided low-paying factory jobs for ...

Art
Over time, abstract art has become a recognized and valued part of art history. This is an example of. Deterioration of artistic standards.(MY ANSWER) Changes in artistic style over time. Different interpretation of what makes good art. The way fads come and go

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History
5.)While the 1st Great Awakening took place mostly in New England, the 2nd Great Awakening A.)Was more widespread but less significant for American society. B.)Was more widespread & had greater effects on American society. C.)Was mostly a Southern event & had greater effects ...

History
4.)In contrast to the conversion practiced by Charles Finney at revivals, Phoebe Palmer believed which of the following? A.)Conversation is personal & calm, but faith need not play an active role in one's life. B.)Conversion is public & energetic, but faith not play an active ...

History
3.)Which of the following best describes the contributions of Horace Mann? A.)Horace Mann helped establish child labor laws that required children to attend school. B.)Horace Mann was the first person to print educational materials in Braille for blind children. C.)Horace Mann...

GA State History
1. Which of the following are educational improvements made in Georgia after World War II? (Choose all that apply.) (2 points)

History
What are two important ways in which the mind and behavior of the non-conventional white-collar criminal are similar to the mind and behavior of the conventional street criminal, and what are two important ways in which they are different?

history
What was Robert Lindeux’s purpose in painting this event? What evidence in the painting suggests his purpose?

HISTORY
17.. In 1916, France and Britain secretly agreed on a partition of six Middle Eastern states. The agreement became known as the A. Sykes-Picot agreement. B. Treaty of Lausanne. C. Balfour Declaration. D. Damascus agreement. I chose D please could you check this

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Can you give me something to look up? or explain how i could answer this? Explain how fear of communism during the Cold War affected American society. How did this affect the balance between national security and civil liberties?

HISTORY
5. Regarding the Ottoman territories during the period immediately following World War I, which of the following statements is false? A. In 1919, Mustafa Kemal began organizing Turkish resistance. B. In 1921, Greek forces advanced almost to Ankara. C. Defying Allied pressure, ...

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9. Thousands of Japanese American were forced to leave their homes and live in government provided communities for the duration of WWII. These temporary housing units were called: Tenement Housing Internment Camps**** 13. Why was the Korean War significant to the Cold War? It ...

HISTORY
11. The Spanish monarch Charles III established Venezuela, Colombia, and Ecuador under the viceroyalty of A. Bogotá. B. Rio de la Plata. C. Peru. D. New Granada. I chose C please can you check my answer

HISTORY
17. Which of these World War II battles established overall equality between the U.S. and Japanese naval powers? A. Battle of the Coral Sea B. Battle of Guadalcanal C. Battle of Midway D. Battle of Leyte Gulf I chose A. please check my answers

HISTORY
4. The United States cut off sales of oil to Japan after the A. Japanese attack on Dutch Indonesia. B. Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. C. Japanese occupation of southern Indochina. D. Japanese occupation of Hong Kong. I chose the answer B. please can you please check my answer.

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*** by my answers 6. During the mid-1930s, President Roosevelt realized that most Americans? opposed U.S. intervention in the problems of Europe.***** were eager for the United States to solve Europe’s problems. were more concerned with the war than with U.S. domestic ...

U.S. History (Check, Please!)(REED)
1. Explain the economic cycle of how the economy can spiral downward or upward. A: The economy can spiral downward or upward very easily. If sales of a product declines, for example, then this loss of demand would mean loss of demand for the materials that were used to make ...

History
What caused the progressive Era?

History
I'm doing a short project on the progressive era... can someone give me at least 5-7 topics I could talk about in my project, from the progressive era?

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The Ming dynasty emperors were members of the Zhu family. .... Hong Wu did continue to conduct limited trade with merchants for ... the fault of the eunuchs— also contributed to the decline of the Ming Dynasty. .... They were able to enlist Ming government officials and ...

History
How did the notion of the freedom of contract create opportunities and constraints on liberty?

US History
According to Black Elk, what atrocities took place at Wounded Knee? How did President Harrison describe these atrocities? Whom did Black Elk blame for the Wounded Knee Massacre? Whom did Harrison blame? According to President Harrison, what was the future of Native Americans? ...

US History
Discuss the different approaches of the federal government toward the Plains Indians

History
The U.S. Army at first failed to stop raids by Native Americans for all these reasons EXCEPT? a. it failed to build forts. b. the soldiers were untrained. c.the soldiers were inexperienced. d. it did not have enough soldier

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1. All of the following events following WWI contribute to the beginning of WWII EXCEPT: Harsh peace terms angered Germany. Economic prosperity and increase in the European standard of living. The Great Depression allowed dictators to take control of European countries.*** if ...

History
4.)Which type of energy in the bungee cord prevents the bungee jumper from hitting the ground after a jump? A.)Kinetic energy B.)Elastic potential energy C.)Magnetic potential energy D.)Thermal energy

History
After 1941, Germany ruled some areas like Poland through direct annexation, but most of the occupied Europe was run by German officials with? A:Large offices B:Help from allies C:Local collaborators D: Italian helpers I chose C is this correct? Thank you.

History
20.) 1. "... In administering the laws of Congress I shall keep steadily in view the limitations as well as the extent of the Executive power trusting thereby to discharge the functions of my office without transcending its authority. ... In such measures as I may be called on...

History
13.)With over eight million people, New York City is the most heavily populated city in the U.S. Between 1800 and 1900, the population of New York increased from about 80,000 to over three million people. In the years after the Civil War, the population of New York City ...

History
19.)With over eight million people, New York City is most heavily populated city in the U.S Between 1800 & 1900, the population of New York increased from about 80,000 to over three million people. In the years after the Civil War, the population of New York City tripled. With...

us history
Which of these Transcendentalist ideas had the most direct impact on the civil rights movement of the 20th century?  (6 points) A. God and nature are one and the same thing. B. People should peacefully protest unjust laws. C. Self-reflection is the most direct way to find ...

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Which social reforms were most directly related to the Second Great Awakening? A freedom of religion and freedom of the press B the abolition of slavery and the right of women to vote C social acceptance of Native Americans and African Americans D the environmentalist movement...

HISTORY
Which answer best describes why women were active in early reform movements?   A. Many Americans believed women had higher morals than men. B. Many Americans believed women could better bring about change than men. C. Women in the 19th century had plenty of extra time to work...

us history
What was the result of the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848?  (6 points) A. Paulina Davis' shocking speech B. The Declaration of Sentiments C. the push for anti-slavery legislation D. the creation of the National Woman Suffrage Association I THINK IT IS D. AM I CORRECT?

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Which of the following best describes the contributions of Dorothea Dix?   Dorothea Dix helped found the first homeless shelter for poverty stricken families in the late 1800s. Dorothea Dix educated people about mental illness and the possibility of recovery for most patients...

History
BASED ON THE SATISTICS IN THE TEXT & YOUR KNOWLEDGE, WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING BEST DESCRIBES WHAT LIFE MIGHT HAVE BEEN LIKE FOR MOST IMMIGRANTS LIVING IN NEW YORK CITY IN THE 1800S?

us history
The idea of "conversion" is best explained as which of the following?   A. the process of cultural change brought about by immigration B. the process of changing the frontier into settled communities C. the process of spreading United States territory across North America D. ...

us history
What was the main effect of the Civil War on the women's movement? A. The women's movement shifted their focus to helping widows of the Civil War. B. The movement was put on hold while women focused on anti-slavery reform and the war effort. C. The movement was strengthened ...

History
18.)What did people in the both the North & the South have in common during the late 1800's? A)People increased their use of both renewable and non-renewable natural resources. B)Factories, railroads, and industry were more important to the economy than agriculture.*** C)Both ...

History
17.)Which of the following best describes a consequence that Specie Circular had in the United States? A.)It caused the Tariffs of 1828 and 1832 to be passed. B.)It caused widespread panic and started a depression.*** C.)It caused an increase in the use and printing of paper ...

History
16.)Which answer best describes the impact of the McCulloch vs. Maryland court case? A.)The case proved that federal banks had to follow state laws. B.)The case established the right for states to tax federal agencies. C.)The case proved that the states cannot challenge the ...

History
15.)How did the cotton gin, with it's interchangeable parts, help further the industrial Revolution? A.)Workers picketed against assembly lines. B.)It helped increase farmers' cotton yields.*** C.)It paved the way for mass production. D.)It sent workers south to work on farms. B?

History
14.)What problem did Eli Whitney's cotton gin resolve? A.)Planting & growing cotton B.)Separating the seeds from the cotton*** C.)Picking cotton in the field D.)Removing cotton from the stalks B?

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11. In 1935, Hitler and Germany enacted laws which denied German citizenship to Jews, banned marriage between Jews and non-Jews, and segregated Jews at every level of Society. What were these laws called? a. The Nuremberg Laws b. The Anti-Jewish Laws c. The Berlin Plan ******

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9. Which Battle was Germany’s counter attack and last offensive of WWII which was in response to the Invasion of Normandy. a. Battle of the Coral Sea b. Battle of Stalingrad c. Battle of the Bulge**** 10. Japanese used suicide pilots to purposely fly their planes into Allied...

History
9.)Which answer best describes an important outcome of the Gibbons v. Ogden court case? A.)The case set definition for navigation & placed state control over all coastal & river trade B.)The case set definitions for navigation & placed federal control over all coastal & river ...

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Look at the prompt for this unit: Was Brutus a betrayer or a patriot? and write a one-sentence statement of your claim. Then write two or three examples of counterclaims to your argument. Provide specific examples from the play to support your claim. Use proper spelling and ...

History
What was one negative consequence of laws and policies that manage the Colorado River? Nearly all plant and animal life near the river has died off. Federal investment in the Southwest has ceased. Some parts of the river region have gone dry. Farms receive less irrigation ...

History
Which project would have been most likely to be funded under the National Reclamation Act of 1902? a dam to divert waters to a reservoir a scientific study to investigate changes in plant life near a river a national laboratory to develop defense weapons and technology a ...

History
What is one effect of the Native American presence near Taos? Taos has many buildings in the modernist style. Tourists come to the city to witness Native American celebrations. A tribal government oversees the city of Taos. Taos has a museum dedicated to its frontier past. I ...

History
Which of the following most contribute to Native American health problems? ( 2 points) Few doctors and hospitals operate in rural areas. Native Americans live both in large cities and on reservations. High poverty and unemployment levels are linked to certain diseases. New ...

History
12.)Which of the following best describes assembly line production? A.)A process using interchangeable parts that constructs products entirely instead of by individual piece*** B.)A process using workers to construct products more efficiently by dividing labor into specialized...

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1. Following the German invasion of the Soviet Union, what were the two main reasons Germany failed to defeat the Soviets? a. Russian winter and strong resistance b. Russian summer and lack of water c. Germany withdrew troops due to an invasion on the Western Front and the ...

History
11.)Before the cotton gin, how long it take a skilled person to remove the seeds from one pound of cotton? A.)1 Hour B.)3 Hours C.)An entire Day*** D.)2 Entire Days C?

History
10.)Use the following text from the Twelfth Amendment to answer the following question: The person having the greatest Number of votes for president, shall be the President, if such number be a majority of whole number of Electors appointed; & if no person have such majority, ...

History
Which of the following contributes most to low educational achievement among Native Americans? lack of access to public schools\ widespread poverty among Native Americans resistance to modern education methods on reservations the use of educational testing at non-reservation ...

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my answers have a ***star next to them 1. Who coined the term “Iron Curtain”? a. Harry Truman b. Joseph Stalin c. Winston Churchill*** 2. What best describes the Truman Doctrine? a. Provide food and goods for post-Nazi Germany b. Provide for the re-election campaign of ...

History
8.)Andrew Jackson was a supporter of which of the following? A.)Abolition of slavery B.)Limited federal government*** C.)Implied powers of the Supreme Court D.)Preservation of Native American land B? 9.)Which answer best describes an important outcome of the Gibbons v. Ogden ...

History
7.)Which answer correctly explains why most factories were located along the eastern coast? A.)The first factories took over ship building areas B.)Shipping companies were the first to switch to factory building C.)Early factories needed sea water for processing raw materials ...

History
6.) Which of the following required land to be paid for in gold or silver, instead of paper money? A.)The Tariff of 1828 B.)The Specie Circular*** C.)The Corrupt Bargain D.)The Nullification Convention B?

History
How did Transcendentalists try to make their ideas part of daily life? (1 point) by attempting to create perfect communities, or utopias by creating group farms, such as Brook Farm in Massachusetts by establishing a church­centered community called Fruitlands by encouraging ...

History
What was the main reason women wanted to be active in early reform movements? A)Women believed it was their civic duty to improve society. B)Being active in reform groups was a social outlet for many women. C)Women wanted to gain the right to vote by being involved politically...

History
Read the text below and answer the following question: "Camp­meeting with thy presence crown, And show't O Lord, they blessings down; Fill every head with holy zeal, And all thy righteousness reveal, O'er all our hosts do thou preside, And all our various movements guide...

History
Which of the following statements is most correct when comparing the Second Great Awakening with the First? A)The Second Great Awakening was smaller in size but more influential than the First Great Awakening. B)The Second Great Awakening was both larger and more historically ...

History
5.)what was the main benefit of the factory system? A.)it cut cost's and made workers more efficient *** B.)it gave people their first chance too support themselves C.)it reduced pollution caused by family-based power sources D.)it increased the value of the workers and as a ...

History
3.)why would a seminole not like the united states honoring the memory of andrew jackson? A.)He fought wars against them and eventually forced them to move to Oklahoma.*** B.)He fought wars against them and prospected for natural gas in seminole lands. C.)He forced seminoles ...

History
2.)Which factor contributed most to Florida's admission to the Union as a slave state? A.)The importance of Florida's ports to the transatlantic slave trade B.)The central role of slavery in maintaining Florida's railroad C.)The difficulties of preventing the Seminole tribe ...

History
1.)How did New England's textile industry affect women? A.)New technologies required men to work far from their wives & families. B.)The jobs in the this field were considered "men's work<" & women were not hired. C.)The need for unskilled labor provided low-paying factory ...

History
The economy's total output divided by its total population is called A. gross national product B. circular flow C. GDP per capital D. net export

GA State History
1. How did mechanization change the agricultural industry? (Choose all that apply. (2 points) I think the answers are It increased production of crops, and It caused the cotton industry to decline. Can you check the answer for me? Thank you.

Art History
During the 1940s and 1950s, when non-representational art was considered the artistic “mainstream,” this artist departed from the trend by representing the female nude: Jackson Pollock Helen Frankenthaler Willem de Kooning Mark Rothko I think it is Willem de Kooning.

World History
What act by congress contributed to the world wide spread of the Depression? The Dawes Plan?

World History
List at least 1 major project undertaken by the WPA. is it roads,buildings,bridges?

science
Explain why earth and other planets were not solid when they formed during the beginning of the Precambrian, approximately 4,600 million years ago (MYA). What was this particular time period called, and why is this period not considered a part of Earth's geological history?

History
What strategies are used in propaganda? Which strategies do you think have the greatest impact on the viewer? Why?

History
What are the risks and benefits of propaganda campaigns?

History
In the congressional election of 1858, the Senate race in what state was the center of national attention? A. Illinois B. Michigan C. Indiana D. Ohio

Art
What did the Vogel's artworks communicate about their historical interests? They collected works that were culturally popular. They collected works that depicted revolutions. They collected works that depicted the history of cities. ( my choice ) They collected works that ...

history
why did south african government change racial policy?

History
What are the risks and benefits of propaganda campaigns?

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What are the risks and benefits of propaganda campaigns?

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