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Q: A mass migration to Kansas lead by Benjamin Singleton was known as the _____. A. The Great Migration B. Exodus of 1879 C. The Middle Passage
D. The march west
A: B. Exodus of 1879
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User: A mass migration to Kansas lead by Benjamin Singleton was known as the _____. A. The Great Migration B. Exodus of 1879 C. The Middle Passage D. The march west





Weegy: B. Exodus of 1879
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User: Many of the colleges founded to teach black students in the years that followed Reconstruction have been designated by Congress as _____. A. Black Only Schools (BOS) B. Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) C. Reconstructed Black Schools (RBS) D. Federal Black Colleges

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Many of the colleges founded to teach black students in the years that followed Reconstruction have been designated by Congress as B. Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
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