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What did the Morrill Land-Grant Act and the Homestead Act have in common? a. They provided ways for settlers to acquire western lands. b. They forced Native Americans onto reservations. c. They
discriminated against African American families. d. They enabled railroad companies to develop the land near their tracks.
What the Morrill Land-Grant Act and the Homestead Act had in common is: a. They provided ways for settlers to acquire western lands.
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