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

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 name was given to a person who opposed slavery? A. Suffragette B. Temperance C. Abolitionist D. Constructionist

Weegy: Abolitionist was the name given to a person who opposed slavery.
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User: What was the economic foundation of Southern states in the mid-1800s? A. Wheat B. Cotton C. Salt D. Gold

Weegy: Cotton was the economic foundation of Southern states in the mid-1800s.
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User: What was a result of the Mexican-American War? A. The United States claimed large amounts of land including California, Utah, and New Mexico. B. California would later join the United States as a slave state. C. The United States claimed large amounts of land including Oregon, Washington, and Montana. D. The United States lost control of New Mexico.

Weegy: The result of the Mexican-American War was: The United States claimed large amounts of land including California, Utah and New Mexico.
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User: What law required Northerners to assist in the return of runaway slaves? A. The Runaway Slave Law B. The Northern Assistance Law C. The Compromise of 1850 D. The Fugitive Slave Law

Weegy: The Fugitive Slave Law required Northerners to assist in the return of runaway slaves.
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User: What was the main topic of the Lincoln-Douglas debates? A. Immigration B. Taxation C. Trade D. Slavery

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