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1pork-packing center 2railroad capital 3. Confederate capital 4. first battle of Civil War 5. first state to secede New 6. site of surrender 7. turning point of Civil War 8. Lincoln assassinated 9. taken by Farragut
Weegy: 1. [ In 1863, Kingan and Company, a meat-packing company that originated in Belfast 2.The Railroad Capital of The World was, and still is, George Stephenson's 'Rocket' rail station in Leeds, West Yorkshire, since 1829. 3.Montgomery Alabama was named the original capital of the Confederacy in February of 1861. 4.The Civil War 1861. 5.The first state to secede from the Union was South Carolina. 6.Site of Surrender Ending American Civil War - April 12, 1865 7.The battle of Gettysburg was the turning point of the civil war. 8.The assassination of United States President Abraham Lincoln took place on Good Friday, April 14, 1865. 9.Farragut was responsible for taking many port cities on the Gulf of Mexico including New Orleans. ] (More)
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Manifest Destiny was the idea that Americans had the right to all the land from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean true false
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Manifest Destiny was the idea that Americans had the right to all the land from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean. TRUE.
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describe which is greater: gross pay or net pay.
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Gross pay is greater than net pay. Gross pay minus deductions equals net pay.
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A market structure with a large number of sellers who make differentiated products is called _____. perfect competition monopolistic competition oligopoly
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A market structure with a large number of sellers who make differentiated products is called monopolistic competition.
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