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Please help! Please help me (history-dead) Why were many factories built in New England in the 1800s? It was landlocked, making it easier to safeguard the factories from spies who wanted to steal the new technology. Many wealthy merchants lived in the region, and they had the capital to fund the factories.<<maybe? Cotton grew in abundance in New England, so it was easily accessible to the textile factories. New England contained the biggest power grid in the nation, so electricity to the new factories was unlimited.

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    @thomaster

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    @TillLindemann

  3. anonymous
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    One moment.

  4. anonymous
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    Okay, so I want to know exactly which one you think is the answer.

  5. anonymous
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    B maybe? I don't know I feel really stupid lol

  6. anonymous
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    It is not B, I will tell you that much. :) Since I'm not able to give the right answer, I'm pretty much kinda trapped to just let you guess it yourself.

  7. anonymous
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    d?

  8. anonymous
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    Nope. :)

  9. anonymous
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    c?

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    Yes! Do you know why?

  11. anonymous
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    nope, but imma go w/ it

  12. anonymous
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    thanks!!

  13. anonymous
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    OH WAIT I MISREAD

  14. anonymous
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    oh lord I am so sorry. I am still waking up. D is the correct answer.

  15. anonymous
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    Case study: The Very Big Apple With over eight million people, New York City is the most heavily populated city in the U.S. Between 1800 and 1900, the population of New York increased from about 80,000 to over three million people. In the years after the Civil War, the population of New York City tripled. With a large influx of European immigrants New York became known as the "melting pot." New York has always had the highest population density of any U.S. city. According to the 2000 census, New York City has about 26,403 people per square mile—almost twice the number of people per mile as Chicago. Based on the statistics in the text and your knowledge, what was most likely the biggest challenge for city officials because of the wave of immigrants? Keeping up with housing needs Finding jobs for everyone Protecting those already in the city< maybe? Increasing mass transportation< maybe

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    @TillLindemann ??I got ur last message, and lol its ok!;)

  17. anonymous
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    Let me read this, lol.

  18. anonymous
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    Alright, first off, what do you think the answer is? We can narrow it down from there.

  19. anonymous
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    d? @TillLindemann

  20. anonymous
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    Nope. Transportation wasn't all that important when things were so close that you could walk to them.

  21. anonymous
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    c then? or b lol

  22. anonymous
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    Well lets look at C and B. Do you know why you would think these two are the answer? Reasons?

  23. anonymous
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    wel there is only one answer, and i just dont know... I am starting to lean towards b though.

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    @TillLindemann

  25. anonymous
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    sorry if bothering you

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    @lil_chukie

  27. anonymous
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    Not at all, just a little busy!

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    B would be right. ;) More people = more people wanting jobs.

  29. anonymous
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    OK THANKS!

  30. anonymous
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    sorry caps prob

  31. anonymous
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    No problem. :)

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