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Why did the national capital moved to Washington DC?
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User: Why did the national capital moved to Washington DC?

Weegy: The Residence Act of July 16, 1790, put the nation's capital in current-day Washington as part of a plan to appease pro-slavery states who feared a northern capital as being too sympathetic to abolitionists. [ -is how the national capital move to Washington, DC. ]
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User: Blank reject the ideas that the military defeated of the British meant the end of the American revolution

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The Continental Army rejected the idea that the military defeat of the British meant the od of American revolution.
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