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keishalyy

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If the Union could control point B on the map, what would be the result? A) The Confederacy would be split into two parts. B)The Confederate capital would be in enemy hands. C) The Confederacy would be unable to import or export goods. D)The Confederates would have no place to retreat to.

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  1. keishalyy
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  2. redred413
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    B)The Confederate capital would be in enemy hands.

  3. keishalyy
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    do you think you can answer a couple more like this? :)

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    ya no problem :)

  5. keishalyy
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    Which point, if controlled by the Union, would result in the Confederacy being unable to import or export goods? A B C D

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    thanks :)

  7. redred413
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    D because the union blocked the Confederates from getting supply's out and in from out side the states.

  8. keishalyy
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    i just realized they all have the same map so i'll just give you the question. What can be concluded from the Union's desire to blockade ports in the South? The Union navy was large and effective. Southern port cities were also industrial centers. Foreign nations were willing trade partners with the Confederacy. No foreign nations were willing to assist the Confederacy.

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    No foreign nations were willing to assist the Confederacy. .... i kinda sorta answered that above....

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    oh, well thanks for everything. :D you helped a lot!

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    no problem I like to help :)

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