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Less than 10,000 slaves escaped by the Underground Railroad between 1830 and 1860.
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User: Less than 10,000 slaves escaped by the Underground Railroad between 1830 and 1860.

Weegy: Less than 10,000 slaves escaped by the Underground Railroad between 1830 and 1860. FALSE.



User: Most slaves were field-workers.

Weegy: Most slaves were field-workers. TRUE.

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User: Normally, just a few Africans died on the slave ships before they reached America.

Weegy: Normally, just a few Africans died on the slave ships before they reached America. FALSE.



User: Mexico resented the annexation of Texas.

Weegy: Mexico resented the annexation of Texas. TRUE.



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