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History consists of studying the past. It is a branch of the humanities or social sciences.

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What fictional character did early Americans have something in common with?

I suppose it is Goldilocks from Goldilocks and the Three Bears.Hope this helps :)

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Society and Civilization
Biggest, Strongest, Fastest and Other Extremes

What reasoning do you think is behind Adams reaction?

think about which man would agree with

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History

What best explains why trade among the colonies flourished?

This question can not be answered. We don't know the choices given in your book/worksheet / test.

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How did poor workers in Cuba feel about the new Cuban government?

They were upset that many policies were not changed.!!

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Desserts, Snacks, and Treats
History

What is the history of mousses?

are you talking about the rodents or the computre mouse

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History, Politics & Society
History

Did the British use counterfeited money during the revolutionary war?

Yes. The British issued counterfeit Continental money during the Revolutionary War.

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History

Why cylinder seals developed into works of art?

It became works of art because they became more interesting and fancy to look at.

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What adaptations of dandelion make them such difficult plant to get rid of?

-has long taproot ( if you don't dig up whole root, will grow back)-has many seeds to repopulate

-can travel great distances by the wind (will repopulate in other areas


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History
Santa Claus

Many centuries ago Europeans celebrated what on December 21?

the winter solstice

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History, Politics & Society
History of the United States
History

What are some of the significant effects of increased cotton production in the south?

The increase of slaves was a direct result of the greater production of cotton.

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History

How did rulers of the new kingdom expand trade?

Egyptians traded beads and metal tools and weapons for such things as ivory, a black wood called ebony, monkeys, hunting dogs, leopard skins, and incense. The Egyptians had never seen most of these things. So they welcomed the returning traders with huge reception.

Lol this was my homework question in world studies :)

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History, Politics & Society
Politics and Government
History
Propaganda

Why is the work of the committee on public information during world war i considered propaganda?

It tried to convince people of one side of a story by appealing to emotions...apex

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History

What would only be possible following the start of the Columbian Exchange?

An Aztec warrior rides into battle on a horse.

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History, Politics & Society
History
French and Indian War

What was one result of the French and Indian War?

Results of the French and Indian War, also known as the Seven Years War, included:

  • Increased taxes on the American colonists to pay for the war
  • England acquired the former French territories in Canada and owned all the land from the Atlantic Coast to the Mississippi river.
  • French from Acadia were expelled and migrated to Louisiana, forming the Cajun culture
  • settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains was forbidden by the Crown
  • England acquired formerly French territory in the Caribbean and in India.
  • King George III taxed American colonists to pay for the war.
  • King George III would not let colonists settle west of the Appalachian Mountains.
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History

Which of the following accurately describes an important effect of the Columbian Exchange on Europe?

European populations grew as a result of American foods being introduced to European diets.

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History of England
History
Society and Civilization

Why were the English able to defeat the french in early battles such as the one at crecy?

No not because it was because the English had new and approved weapons such as the long bow which was faster to load while the french had longbows which could take a 100 years to load( being sarcastic here)

There are a few reasons.Firstly, they had longbows which could fire up to eighteen arrows a minute.The French had crossbows which could only fir at around 5 arrows a minute.The English had a height advantage as well, which reduced the impact of the french cavalry charge, which made easy prey for the longbowmen.

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Hobbies & Collectibles
History

What do the yurok tribe use as shelter?

The yurok people live in a plank housa made from red wood

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What was a major concept in Enlightenment thinking?

Logical reasoning was a major concept in Enlightenment thinking.

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Middle Ages
History
Motte and Bailey Castles

What are the key features of a motte-and-bailey castle?

A motte-and-bailey castle could be very simple. Its key features included:

  • A motte, which was a small hill with steep sides, and could be natural or man made.
  • A keep, which was a fortified building, built of wood or stone, on top of the motte.
  • A bailey, which was an enclosed flat space at the foot of the motte, and which could have buildings or grazing or farming areas within it.
  • A palisade, which was made of wood or stone and surrounded the castle.
  • A ditch or moat, which was dug around the whole, and which was filled with water, if that was possible and thought desirable.

There is a link below to an article on the motte-and-bailey castle.

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History

What helped make middle colonies successful?

family owned farms

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History

What did the events of 1968 show about Americans' views on politics?

The events of 1968 showed how deeply fractured was American society. From the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy to the riots outside both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions, topics such as White-Black race relations, the Vietnam War, the rise of women in politics and the job market, all were issues that surfaced loudly and often violently in 1968.

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History

Who was Anna Kreisling?

It's not a real person. There might be people with that name but not a german pilot during WWII.

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Science
History

What is an administrative town?

Administrative Town: These include towns or cities where kings or rulers establish their capitals and carry out the administration of the country. In addition to a central administrative town, there are provincial and district administrative cities as well.

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