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Q: Starting in the mid-1800s, hoards of people traveled to the West out of a desire to A. live in urban environments. B. strike it rich by finding gold or silver. C. see the Pacific Ocean. D.
hunt buffalo.
A: : Starting in the mid-1800s, hoards of people traveled to the West out of a desire to B. strike it rich by finding gold or silver.
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User: Starting in the mid-1800s, hoards of people traveled to the West out of a desire to A. live in urban environments. B. strike it rich by finding gold or silver. C. see the Pacific Ocean. D. hunt buffalo.

Weegy: : Starting in the mid-1800s, hoards of people traveled to the West out of a desire to B. strike it rich by finding gold or silver.
thederby|Points 1530|

User: How did the U.S. government respond to attacks by Sioux Indians in eastern Minnesota? A. ignored the Sioux B. negotiated treaties C. occupied Minnesota D. pushed the Sioux into the Dakotas

Weegy: d)it pushed the Sioux into the Dakotas
kaysha|Points 4731|

User: How did railroads influence the growth of western territories? A. The ability to bring in goods deterred industrial development. B. Railroads spurred the foundation and expansion of towns along the western rail route. C. Towns at the ends of railroad lines became ghost towns when the lines were extended. D. Settlers moved away from Native American lands to follow the railroad routes.

Weegy: B. Railroads spurred the foundation and expansion of towns along the western rail route.
scijoe21|Points 2265|

User: Whites accused Chinese workers on the West Coast of A. taking “white” jobs. B. claiming the best land. C. destroying “Oriental” schools. D. attacking railroad property.

Weegy: Whites accused Chinese workers on the west Coast of D. attacking railroad property.
nips18|Points 22|

User: What other issues did cartoonists like Joseph Keppler portray through their illustrations? A. political corruption B. current events C. influences of big corporations D. all of the above

Weegy: The answer is : D. all of the above
sujaysen|Points 3141|

User: What did Du Bois view as the key to “everything”? A. suffrage B. freedom C. protest D. marriage

Weegy: C. protest. Du Bois viewed protesting as the key to everything.
eturker|Points 2739|

User: Which of the following describes Thomas Nast? A. corrupt politician B. political cartoonist C. leader in big business D. writer and social commentator

Weegy: Thomas Nash is best described as a political cartoonist.
neesie_81|Points 81|

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