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Q: What forms of music did African Americans introduce to the North during the Great Migration? A. classical and traditional B. baroque and
international C. bluegrass and country D. blues and jazz
A: Blues and jazz were introduced to the North during the Great Migration by African Americans.
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Blues and jazz were introduced to the North during the Great Migration by African Americans.
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