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Who was Jefferson Davis? A. The Vice President of the United States B. The President of the Confederate States C. A general in the Union Army D. A general in the Confederate Army
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okdutchman7
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b. He was the President of the Confederacy from 1861-1865
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What does reform mean? A. Adaptation B. Amendment C. Improvement D. Law
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For which invention are Orville and Wilbur Wright best known? A. A horseless carriage B. An internal combustion engine C. One of the earliest aircrafts D. The flying car @okdutchman7
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What happened between the Merrimack and the Monitor? A. Both ships fought courageously, but the North realized that it would need to build more ships. B. In one of the most famous naval battles of all time, the Monitor sank the Merrimack. C. Neither ship really accomplished much. D. The Merrimack ran aground and was sunk.
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C.
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