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What impact did the French Revolution have in the Caribbean?         A. Slavery was outlawed in the French colonies.   B. The French colonies were freed from French rule.   C. The number of slaves in the French colonies grew.   D. The French colonies joined America.
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User: What impact did the French Revolution have in the Caribbean?         A. Slavery was outlawed in the French colonies.   B. The French colonies were freed from French rule.   C. The number of slaves in the French colonies grew.   D. The French colonies joined America.

Weegy: The impact of the French Revolution have in the Caribbean was that: Slavery was outlawed in the French colonies.
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User: The Treaty of _______ ended the war of 1812.         A. Versailles   B. Ghent   C. Paris   D. Yorktown

Weegy: The Treaty of Ghent ended the war of 1812.
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Weegy: The religious gatherings that took place during the Second Great Awakening were called the Camp meetings.
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User: How did both sides in the American Civil War meet the demand for large amounts of manpower?         A. Slave armies   B. Volunteers   C. Draft   D. Majorly raising pay to attract new soldiers

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Both sides in the American Civil War meet the demand for large amounts of manpower by: Draft.

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