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43. A path was cleared ahead of time for colonists in A. Fort Louisburg. B. Nutimus. C. Treaty of Utrecht. D. The Walking Purchase.
C. Treaty of Utrecht.
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User: 42. Which was Pennsylvania’s National Guard that saw action in Europe? A. 30th Infantry Division B. 79th Infantry Division C. 101st Infantry Division D. 28th Infantry Division

User: 43. A path was cleared ahead of time for colonists in A. Fort Louisburg. B. Nutimus. C. Treaty of Utrecht. D. The Walking Purchase.

Weegy: C. Treaty of Utrecht.
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User: 44. Pennsylvania’s top two non-renewable energy resources are coal and natural gas. A. True B. False

User: 45. He created the idea to have an excise tax provide funds for the military. A. George Washington B. Thomas Mifflin C. Benjamin Franklin D. Alexander Hamilton

Weegy: D. Alexander Hamilton created the idea to have an excise tax provide funds for the military.
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User: 46. Who first sailed down the Delaware River to claim the area? A. John Smith B. Henry Hudson C. William Radcliffe D. Cornelius Hendrickson

Weegy: Henry Hudson first sailed down the Delaware River to claim the area.



User: 47. How did Paleo-Indians travel to North America? A. Boats B. Canoes C. Land bridge D. Horses

Weegy: C. Land bridge
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User: 48. Detroit produced new innovations such as the electrical starter. A. True B. False

Weegy: A. True
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User: 51. Latitude lines run horizontally on a map. A. True B. False

Weegy: A. True .. Horizontal lines of latitude.
Expert answered|lailalayos|Points 190|

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