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28. Why did Americans use wood more than any other material for building? A. Artisans preferred the natural look of the wood. B. Builders didn't want to wait months for imported stone. C. The forests provided a boundless supply. D. Wood offered the strongest structure.
Americans use wood more than any other material for building because: The forests provided a boundless supply.
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