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Who designed the District of Columbia?         A. Thomas Jefferson   B. Meriwether Lewis   C. Pierre Charles L'Enfant   D. William Clark
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User: Who designed the District of Columbia?         A. Thomas Jefferson   B. Meriwether Lewis   C. Pierre Charles L'Enfant   D. William Clark

Weegy: Pierre Charles L'Enfant designed the District of Columbia.
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User: How did the factory system impact towns?         A. Towns grew around factories and specific industries.   B. Towns were replaced by factories.   C. Factories replaced towns as places to live.   D. Factories had no impact on towns.

Weegy: The factory system impacted towns in which: Towns grew around factories and specific industries.
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The second great awakening impact the roles of women and American Americans by They had greater public roles of power within the church.
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The Second Great Awakening impact the roles of women and African Americans by: they had greater public roles of power within the church.
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