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What was the Underground Railroad? A. A series of slave catchers and Southern sympathizers working to return escaped slaves B. A network of abolitionists and safe houses arranged to help slaves escape to free territories C. The route taken by slave traders after the abolition of slavery in the early 1820s D. A subway built with the purpose of helping city workers travel
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User: What was the Underground Railroad? A. A series of slave catchers and Southern sympathizers working to return escaped slaves B. A network of abolitionists and safe houses arranged to help slaves escape to free territories C. The route taken by slave traders after the abolition of slavery in the early 1820s D. A subway built with the purpose of helping city workers travel

Weegy: The Underground Railroad was A network of abolitionists and safe houses arranged to help slaves escape to free territories.
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User: What was Nat Turner best known for? A. Giving speeches against slavery B. Inventing the cotton gin C. Writing in favor of slavery D. Leading a slave rebellion

Weegy: Nat Turner was best known for leading a slave rebellion.
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User: What was the first state to break away from the Union after the election of President Lincoln? A. South Carolina B. North Carolina C. Florida D. Texas

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South Carolina was the first state to break away from the Union after the election of President Lincoln.
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