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11. The Bureau of Indian Affairs was organized in 1824 as part of the a. Department of Health and Human Services. b. Department of Education. c. Department of Justice. d. Department of War.
d. Department of War. - - First called the Office of Indian Affairs, the agency was created as a division in 1824 within the War Department.
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Asked 6/16/2013 11:30:09 PM
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tina1959, you have been reminded several times to restate the question as part of your answer. You can provide additional information afterwards. Please follow the rules.
Added 6/17/2013 4:03:32 AM
andrewpallarca, why did I get another warning by you? I haven't got a flagged answer yet for not restating my answer. It doesn't happened several times so, why did I get a warning? I remember, I got my first warning by deleting answers not about "restating my answers." Please review my convos. Thanks.
Added 6/17/2013 4:33:50 AM
tina1959, you don't get flags for not restating the answer. We only flag wrong answers. For not following the rules, you will receive a warning instead.
Added 6/17/2013 6:12:16 AM
tina1959, you were already reminded by debnjerry. I also reminded you the other day but you're still not consistent with following the rules.
Added 6/17/2013 6:34:31 AM
andrewpallarca, I know, this is the only convo that you have been reminded me about the "restating" issue. Can I know what convo are you pointing out?

And by the way, the first warning that I have is about deleting my answers. I don't delete answers since I got a warning. So, is it possible that can you lift my first warning already? Thanks.
Added 6/17/2013 6:51:24 AM
No, this is not the first time. That's why I gave you the second warning. You can and are able to restate the question, but you do that on some questions only.
Added 6/17/2013 10:59:36 AM
tina1959, a warning is for not following the rules, not one specific rule. If you improve and follow all of the rules a warning can be retracted; it can't be retracted just because you change the rule to not follow. Hope that makes sense.
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