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Were the Israelites slaves?

According to the Torah, they were slaves in the land of Egypt for 400 years.

Where did Moses move to after he freed the Hebrew slaves?

The Torah teaches us that Moses traveled with the Israelites through the desert for 40 years. Then the Israelites went on to the land of Israel and he died.

How many of the Israelites that left Egypt made it to the Promised Land?

It is not known. ==== The Bible never gives an exact amount of Israelites that entered the Promised Land. The Israelites wandered 40 years to reach the Promised Land, out of all of the Israelites that left Egypt, only Joshua and Caleb were allowed to enter the Promised Land. The rest were to wander and not allowed to enter. The only other Israelites that were allowed to enter the Promised land were all of the Israelites that were under the age of 20 years old.

What was on reason freed slaves migrated to western territories?

free land under the homestead act

What were slaves who wanted land under the homestead act faced with?

Moving to the west

What was the basis of wealth in southern states?

land and slaves.

How did land ownership change after the civil war?

The government in the South didn't want to give 100% land ownership to the newly freed slaves. They had to be sharecroppers on the plantations where they originally were slaves.

Why did the government offer railroad companies land?

no there was no govement in the 1800s it was not fair cause they had slaves back then

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What did free slaves who wanted land available under the homestead act still face?

They faced discrimination and were unable to get land.

What happened to the Israelites after receiving the Torah?

They remained in the wilderness for forty years, and then entered the land under the leadership of Joshua.

When did Israel become a civilization?

Israel became a nation when the Israelites entered the land under Joshua. They became a monarchy later, under King Saul.

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