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The French helped the Montagnais and Algonkin fight the A. Huron. B. Iroquois. C. Dutch. D. Jesuits.
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The legal tradition that kept women from owning property and holding public office came to the United States from A. Mexico. B. Africa. C. Britain. D. France.
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