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Q: Which U.S. general came up with the idea that freed slaves should be given “40 acres and mule” so they could become independent farmers? A. General Robert E. Lee B. General William T.
Sherman C. General Ulysses S. Grant D. General Ambrose Burnside
A: B. General William T. [ ShermanOther search results reveal that slippers were invented by the Japanese in the 19th century so that foreigners ? who were not accustomed to taking off their shoes before entering Japanese homes ? could enter their homes. Some sources also credit Florence Zack Melton for coming up with this invention. She came up with the idea of making footwear from foam latex. ]
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User: Which U.S. general came up with the idea that freed slaves should be given “40 acres and mule” so they could become independent farmers? A. General Robert E. Lee B. General William T. Sherman C. General Ulysses S. Grant D. General Ambrose Burnside

Weegy: B. General William T. [ ShermanOther search results reveal that slippers were invented by the Japanese in the 19th century so that foreigners ? who were not accustomed to taking off their shoes before entering Japanese homes ? could enter their homes. Some sources also credit Florence Zack Melton for coming up with this invention. She came up with the idea of making footwear from foam latex. ] ]
zhizhi|Points 70|

User: What was the Freedman's Bureau? A. an agency created by the Confederate government to help former slaves adjust to being free B. an agency created by the United States government to meet the needs of former slaves C. an agency created by the Confederate government to give financial assistance to southerners who lost their slaves during the war D. an agency created by the United States government to give financial aid to slaves that were not freed during the war

Weegy: a
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User: The New York City Draft Riot of 1863 was proof that A. deep-seated racism also existed in the North. B. most southerners did not want to fight in the Civil War. C. abolition was more popular in the North than originally thought . D. most northerners were devastated by the cost of the war.

Weegy: abolition was more popular in the North than originally thought
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User: What were Jim Crow laws? A. laws that allowed southern farmers to become sharecroppers B. laws that allowed the children of former slaves to go to school with white children C. laws that enforced a legal separation between African Americans and whites in southern states D. laws that enforced legal contracts between landowners and sharecroppers

Weegy: C. laws that enforced a legal separation between African Americans and whites in southern states
Roy0624|Points 609|

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