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Q: After the Civil War, the cost of living decreased because A. consumers wanted imported goods. B. sanitation and medical care improved. C. men took public transportation to work. D. technology
made manufacturing more efficient.
A: After the civil war, the cost of living decreased because D technology made manufacturing more efficient.
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User: After the Civil War, the cost of living decreased because A. consumers wanted imported goods. B. sanitation and medical care improved. C. men took public transportation to work. D. technology made manufacturing more efficient.

Weegy: After the civil war, the cost of living decreased because D technology made manufacturing more efficient.
KuroNeko|Points 10|

User: How did Southern blacks lose rights in the years after the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth amendments? A. New amendments later limited black Southerners’ legal status. B. Few black Southerners took advantage of their newfound freedoms. C. Some white Southerners used state legislation, segregation, and violence to limit the freedoms of blacks. D. Black Southerners did not lose any rights during these years.

Weegy: Some white southerners used various methods to limit the freedoms of blacks
KuroNeko|Points 10|

User: The Ku Klux Klan A. supported black farmers. B. helped freed slaves. C. encouraged cooperation among farmers. D. used violence and intimidation.

User: The first great boom in the West was spurred by A. the railroad. B. vigilantes. C. mining. D. ranching.

User: Which of the following best describes Native Americans’ situation at the end of the Indian Wars? A. They held onto their traditional homelands. B. They were forced to move west or north or to live on reservations. C. They lived traditional lives on reservations throughout the North. D. They assimilated into American culture.

Weegy: Native Americans situation at the end of the Indian wars was B. They were forced to move west or north or to live on reservations source:
AwesomeGuy200|Points 447|

User: Starting in the mid-1800s, hoards of people traveled to the West out of a desire to A. live in urban environments. B. strike it rich by finding gold or silver. C. see the Pacific Ocean. D. hunt buffalo.

Weegy: Starting in the mid-1800s, hoards of people traveled to the West out of a desire to B. strike it rich by finding gold or silver.
debnjerry|Points 31490|

User: How did the U.S. government respond to attacks by Sioux Indians in eastern Minnesota? A. ignored the Sioux B. negotiated treaties C. occupied Minnesota D. pushed the Sioux into the Dakotas

User: How did railroads influence the growth of western territories? A. The ability to bring in goods deterred industrial development. B. Railroads spurred the foundation and expansion of towns along the western rail route. C. Towns at the ends of railroad lines became ghost towns when the lines were extended. D. Settlers moved away from Native American lands to follow the railroad routes

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