anonymous
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the Bessemer process played a large role in the building of the Brooklyn Brige, Is this true?
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schrodinger
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ChrisNeedsHelp
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yea
anonymous
  • anonymous
The Bessemer process allowed for inexpensive mass-production of steel from "pig iron". Without it, making the Brooklyn bridge would not only be more costly but also be more lengthly.
anonymous
  • anonymous
What document does Lincoln refer with the words "all men are created equal"? The Constitution The Emancipation Proclamation The Fugitive Slave Act The Declaration of Independence

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ChrisNeedsHelp
  • ChrisNeedsHelp
The declaration
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you :)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
it was right thanks a mill :))
anonymous
  • anonymous
hey another question which nativist party, formed to keep immigrants out of the united states, had up to 500,000 members at one point?
anonymous
  • anonymous
American Protection Association
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"After World War I the United States developed an intense nationalism that bred antagonism toward immigrants, Jews, communists, and Catholics—toward all groups that were not conservative Protestant Americans"
anonymous
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If the Confederacy had made a plan similar to the Anaconda Plan, which of the following would not be included? controlling the Ohio River capturing Washington, D.C. controlling California blockading Boston and New York

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