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In “Plymouth Plantation,” Squanto arrives and fights with the settlers because he does not want them there. A. True B. False
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In “Plymouth Plantation,” Squanto arrives and fights with the settlers because he does not want them there. This is FALSE. Squanto was a Native American who acted as an interpreter for the settlers and taught them techniques of maize cultivation.
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By 1880, the Comstock Lode had produced A. $800 million worth of gold. B. $300 million worth of silver. C. about $20 million worth of copper and lead. D. less than $10 million worth of gold and silver.
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Henry Ford developed a way to A. transmit sounds over great distances. B. refine crude oil into gasoline. C. manufacture automobiles more quickly and cheaply. D. transmit electricity over great distances.
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An historical narrative is an account of a significant event in history. A. True B. False
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Why is the legend of Devils Tower important to the Kiowas? A. The legend helps Kiowa children not to fear the dark. B. The Kiowas have kinsmen in the sky. C. The most important gods were the gods of the earth. D. The story helped them make a new home.
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Answer: The Kiowas have kinsmen in the sky. The legend of Devils Tower is important to the Kiowas because it explains the appearance of the stars in the Big Dipper as their ancestors.
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