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In the new cities of the 1800s, streetcars were to the suburbs and residential neighborhoods as glass and steel were to A. railroad stations. B. skyscrapers. C. factories. D. palatial mansions
of the rich.
In the new cities of the 1800s, streetcars were to the suburbs and residential neighborhoods as glass and steel were to railroad stations.
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User: In the new cities of the 1800s, streetcars were to the suburbs and residential neighborhoods as glass and steel were to A. railroad stations. B. skyscrapers. C. factories. D. palatial mansions of the rich.

Weegy: In the new cities of the 1800s, streetcars were to the suburbs and residential neighborhoods as glass and steel were to railroad stations.
jeifunk|Points 6741|

User: In the new cities of the 1800s, streetcars were to the suburbs and residential neighborhoods as glass and steel were to

Weegy: In the new cities of the 1800s, streetcars were to the suburbs and residential neighborhoods as glass and steel were to railroad stations.
jeifunk|Points 6741|

User: If you were one of the new immigrants who arrived in America in the 1880s, it's most likely that you would have been

Weegy: Irish and Protestant.
Kittie56|Points 53|

User: f you were a reform-minded person who, above all, loathed the social problems associated with alcohol, you would have been especially sympathetic to the A. Comstock Law. B. Mugwumps. C. WCTU. D. evangelical efforts of Dwight L. Moody.

Weegy: D. WCTU.
OxTornado007|Points 5488|

User: The Wilmot Proviso was a proposed amendment to a military appropriations bill that would

Weegy: The Wilmot Proviso was a proposed amendment to a military appropriations bill that would forbid the extension of slavery to any territory acquired from Mexico.
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User: he Wilmot Proviso was a proposed amendment to a military appropriations bill that would A. ban slavery in territories acquired from Mexico. B. regulate competition between free and slave states. C. permit the slavery issue to be determined by popular sovereignty. D. establish slavery in the territories acquired from Mexico

Weegy: D. ban slavery in territories acquired from Mexico.
selymi|Points 8882|

User: The richest discovery in the history of mining occurred in 1873. This so-called "Big Bonanza" made _______ the richest man in the world. A. Henry Sutter B. Henry Comstock C. John Placer D. John Mackay

Weegy: It made D.) John Mackay the richest man
wedekind|Points 1461|

User: The National _______ Act of 1902, provided proceeds from the sale of public lands for the construction of dams, canals, and irrigation systems in sixteen Western states. A. Recovery B. Land Grant C. Reclamation D. Development

User: A series of legislative acts passed under the Grant administration in 1870 and 1871 authorized federal protection for black suffrage through the use of the Army against the Ku Klux Klan. Together, these were known as the _______ Acts. A. Klan B. Grant C. Force D. Reconciliation

Weegy: D. Force
rickjames|Points 884|

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