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Which of the following were locations for immigration depots? A. New York B. Texas C. Philadelphia D. all of the above
All of the above. New York, Texas, and Philadelphia were locations for immigration depots.
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All of the above. New York, Texas, and Philadelphia were locations for immigration depots.
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