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What profession grew substantially with women s participation during the Civil War? A. banking B. nursing C. governing D. cooking
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Nursing grew substantially with women's participation during the Civil War.

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What did Union forces decide to attack in their effort to demoralize the South after 1863? A. enslaved people B. Confederate monuments C. political leaders D. military and civilian targets
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What port on the Gulf of Mexico was captured by Union forces early in the war? A. Vicksburg B. Richmond C. New Orleans D. Shiloh
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New Orleans port on the Gulf of Mexico was captured by Union forces early in the war.
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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: The sentence that best describes the Native Americans' situation at the end of the Indian War is that B. [ They were forced to move west or north or to live on [ reservations ] ] (More)
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A 1913 California law forced Japanese Americans to A. learn English. B. sell their land. C. sign unfair labor contracts. D. become United States citizens
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A 1913 California law forced Japanese Americans to: SELL THEIR LAND.
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