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when did the american revolution ended?
Weegy: At the suggestion of Marquis de Lafayette suggested that the American and French armies unite in order to challenge Cornwallis in Yorktown, the peninsula where the York and the James river meet. [ After the French Navy forced the British ships out of the Chesapeake Bay and held them out as to prevent Cornwallis from being rescued or assisted by sea. Once they forced the British out of the Bay the French and the Americans bombarded Cornwallis and his troops constantly until they surrendered on October 17, 1781. After 2 days of waiting, George Washington, the French generals, and their troops gathered as Cornwallis sent his representation General Charles O'Hara, to give Washington, and the his French allies his sword in surrender. In 1782 the peace talks had begun in Paris, they were concluded in September of 1783 when the Treaty of Paris was signed. The Treaty of Paris, which ended the war was signed on September 3rd, 1782. However, the treaty was approved and became official on April 17th, 1783. Read more: ] (More)
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The American Revolution officially ended on April 17th, 1783 when the Treaty of Paris was signed and concluded.
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In the late 1840s, what led to the question of whether slavery should expand to the territories? A. the enactment of the Wilmot Proviso B. the violence of “Bleeding Kansas” C. the results of the Mexican War D. the attack at Harpers Ferry
Weegy: A. the enactment of the Wilmot Proviso (More)
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In the late 1840s, (the results of the Mexican War) led to the question of whether slavery should expand to the territories.

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Wilson’s New Freedom worked to improvA. public education B. international relations C. economic policy D. social welfare e which of the following?
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Wilson’s New Freedom worked to improve economic policy.
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What fields did Progressives aim to reform? A. education B. workplace conditions C. government D. all of the above
Weegy: The Progressives aimed to reform education, workplace conditions and government. The answer is all of the above. (More)
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