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All of the following were either goods that were made or grown in the English colonies and then sold to Africa and Europe EXCEPT A. rum. B. sugar. C. tobacco. D. ammunition.
All of the following were either goods that were made or grown in the English colonies and then sold to Africa and Europe EXCEPT: AMMUNITION.
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All of the following were either goods that were made or grown in the English colonies and then sold to Africa and Europe EXCEPT: AMMUNITION.
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What was the leading city of colonial New England? A. New York City B. Philadelphia C. Richmond D. Boston
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Boston was the leading city of colonial New England.
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