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In which part of North Carolina did both the Quakers and the Scots-Irish settle?

Cape Fear
the Albemarle region
the backcountry


Answer 1


Cape Fear


Based on my research, the

answer is Cape Fear because

it says that the Quakers and Scots-Irish

settled there in 1739 between Cross Creek and the Lower Little River.

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Answer 2


A) Cape Fear.


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What happened in the Coin Act (Coinage Act of 1792)


This is what i found from the book:

That a Mint for the purpose of a national coinage be, and the same is established; to be situated and carried on at the seat of the Government of the United States, for the time being: And that for the well conducting of the business of the said Mint, there shall be the following officers and persons, namely, – a Director, an assayer, a chief coiner, an engraver, a treasurer.

It could be wrong and I’m sorry if I was wrong.


Act was passed that eliminated silver from certain coins due to a silver and coin shortage

afrter analyzing the illustration by paul rever of the boston massacre, what was his intent?



In the images of the troops and colonists, it appears that the British are

unmercifully murdering the colonists. The colonists look innocent and

helpless, while the British look like cold blooded killers. I would assume that

these images were a colonists point of view of how things happened. The

document made the colonists seem like extremely aggressive protesters that

wanted nothing more, but to hurt the colonists. It also makes it seem like the

British did it accidentally. I would expect this to be the British point of view.

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Which of the following was not something the ANcient GReeks and Romans had in Common



it don't say any of the following or what ever. but yeah .



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Answer:the citizens of Greece and Rome had some voice in government


Please help me ASAP!! About how long did it take after the Constitution was drafted for the United States have a new, functioning government?
O six years
O three
O two your
O three months


two years, C

i believe

Please match the word/ phrase with the correct definition. Question 1 options: War that took place in North America, from 1744-1748, along the frontier of New England, the colony of New York, and in New France. It was over land claim and control disputes as well as the control of the beaver fur industry. It started due to war between these powers in Europe. War that took place in North America, from 1688-1697, along the frontier of New England, the colony of New York, and in New France. It was over land claim and control disputes as well as the control of the beaver fur industry. It started due to war between these powers in Europe. War that took place in North America, from 1702-1713, along the frontier of New England, the colony of New York, the frontier areas between Spanish Florida and the colonies of Georgia and South Carolina, and in New France. It was over land claim and control disputes as well as the control of the beaver fur industry. It started due to war between these powers in Europe. 1. King William's War 2. Queen Anne's War 3. King George's War



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1. King William's War: War that took place in North America, from 1688-1697, along the frontier of New England, the colony of New York, and in New France.

It was overland claim and control disputes as well as the control of the beaver fur industry. It started due to the war between these powers in Europe.

It is also referred to as the First Intercolonial war or Second Indian war. The war ended with the Treaty of Ryswick.

2. Queen Anne's War: War that took place in North America, from 1702-1713, along the frontier of New England, the colony of New York, the frontier areas between Spanish Florida and the colonies of Georgia and South Carolina, and in New France.

It is known as the Second Intercolonial war or Third Indian war. The war ended with the Treaty of Utrecht.

3. King George's War: War that took place in North America, from 1744-1748, along the frontier of New England, the colony of New York, and in New France.

It is also referred to as the Third Intercolonial war. The war ended with the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle,

In which period would native Americans have been most likely to practice hunting and gathering?
a. archaic period
b. settler period
c. woodland period
d. mississippian period


Answer: C, woodland period

Explanation: Native American groups from the Ohio Valley spread certain rituals down to Georgia during the Woodland period.

During the Panics of 1819 and 1837, all of the following occurred, except ______________
The Indians taught the settlers how to irrigate their lands.
Western land speculation quickly grew out of control.
Overspending and crop failure became a common problem.
Loans were not backed by gold.



Explain: process of elimination ig.

During the Panics of 1819 and 1837, all the following occurred, except the Indians taught the settlers how to irrigate their lands. Thus, option A is correct.

What is the Panic of 1819?

The economy collapsed, and American workers were taught a hard lesson about the uncertainties of the capitalist system. The country's first significant depression was brought on by the Panic of 1819.

That crash also occurred as a consequence of a flurry of local, regional, and global events. Greater speculation into western territories and lending practices that supported that speculation was linked to both the Panics of 1819 and 1837. but only the Indian irrigation system was not affected by this trade. and panic.

Citing a rush on silver and gold reserves, the Bank of England significantly reduced lending in 1837. British businesses reduced their interactions with the United States. Cotton prices virtually fell in half as international demand for American cotton collapsed. Therefore, option A is the correct option.

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1. Before the Industrial Revolution, how was clothing made?
2. The first factories of the Industrial Revolution had to be near rivers, why?
3. How did the Industrial Revolution change the way clothing was produced?


1. Before the Industrial Revolution, textiles were made by hand in the “cottage industry”, where materials would be brought to homes and picked up when the textiles were finished

2. Rivers and streams were needed to provide water power to run the machines and to move the final products to market.

3. It dramatically reduced production time and the cost to produce material and was the start of many drastic changes in the textile industry.

True or False: Portugal took the lead in finding a trade route to India.


Answer: TRUE


What are Appoints (picks) Supreme Court Judges


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Advantages and Disadvantages of a Two-Party System



- Political information is much easier to understand.

- Balance is achieved because multiple interests and opinions are accommodated.

- Political stability is achieved.

- Governing them is much more simpler.

- There are fewer voting choices.


- It brings government to a standstill.

- It offers limited options.

- It promotes corruption.

- It ignores alternative voices.

What technology was outlawed by most countries following World War I?
A) Chemical warfare
B) Tanks
C) Submarine warfare
D) Zepplins


Answer: chemical warfare

Explanation: Chemical Warfare was outlawed by most countries after the end of World War 1. Later, in World War 2, these same countries that banned them after World War 1 did not use them after World War 2.

which art from sounds the most primitive
Please help!!!!!



cave painting


cave men painted on walls. that's primitive

b. cave painting

primitive: anything in early evolution or history

cave paintings are the oldest form of art from those choices, therefore making it the most primitive

what did vikings do to advance or deter European prosperity? answer the question in 1 paragraph


From around A.D. 800 to the 11th century, a vast number of Scandinavians left their homelands to seek their fortunes elsewhere. These seafaring warriors–known collectively as Vikings or Norsemen (“Northmen”)–began by raiding coastal sites, especially undefended monasteries, in the British Isles. Over the next three centuries, they would leave their mark as pirates, raiders, traders and settlers on much of Britain and the European continent, as well as parts of modern-day Russia, Iceland, Greenland and Newfoundland.
Who Were the Vikings?
Contrary to some popular conceptions of the Vikings, they were not a “race” linked by ties of common ancestry or patriotism, and could not be defined by any particular sense of “Viking-ness.” Most of the Vikings whose activities are best known come from the areas now known as Denmark, Norway and Sweden, though there are mentions in historical records of Finnish, Estonian and Saami Vikings as well. Their common ground–and what made them different from the European peoples they confronted–was that they came from a foreign land, they were not “civilized” in the local understanding of the word and–most importantly–they were not Christian. The exact reasons for Vikings venturing out from their homeland are uncertain; some have suggested it was due to overpopulation of their homeland, but the earliest Vikings were looking for riches, not land. In the eighth century A.D., Europe was growing richer, fueling the growth of trading centers such as Dorestad and Quentovic on the Continent and Hamwic (now Southampton), London, Ipswich and York in England. Scandinavian furs were highly prized in the new trading markets; from their trade with the Europeans, Scandinavians learned about new sailing technology as well as about the growing wealth and accompanying inner conflicts between European kingdoms. The Viking predecessors–pirates who preyed on merchant ships in the Baltic Sea–would use this knowledge to expand their fortune-seeking activities into the North Sea and beyond.
Early Viking Raids
In A.D. 793, an attack on the Lindisfarne monastery off the coast of Northumberland in northeastern England marked the beginning of the Viking Age. The culprits–probably Norwegians who sailed directly across the North Sea–did not destroy the monastery completely, but the attack shook the European religious world to its core. Unlike other groups, these strange new invaders had no respect for religious institutions such as the monasteries, which were often left unguarded and vulnerable near the shore. Two years later, Viking raids struck the undefended island monasteries of Skye and Iona (in the Hebrides) as well as Rathlin (off the northeast coast of Ireland). The first recorded raid in continental Europe came in 799, at the island monastery of St Philibert’s on Noirmoutier, near the estuary of the Loire River.
For several decades, the Vikings confined themselves to hit-and-run raids against coastal targets in the British Isles (particularly Ireland) and Europe (the trading center of Dorestad, 80 kilometers from the North Sea, became a frequent target after 830). They then took advantage of internal conflicts in Europe to extend their activity further inland: after the death of Louis the Pious, emperor of Frankia (modern-day France and Germany), in 840, his son Lothar actually invited the support of a Viking fleet in a power struggle with brothers. Before long other Vikings realized that Frankish rulers were willing to pay them rich sums to prevent them from attacking their subjects, making Frankia an irresistible target for further Viking activity.
Conquests in the British Isles
By the mid-ninth century, Ireland, Scotland and England had become major targets for Viking settlement as well as raids. Vikings gained control of the Northern Isles of Scotland (Shetland and the Orkneys), the Hebrides and much of mainland Scotland. They founded Ireland’s first trading towns: Dublin, Waterford, Wexford, Wicklow and Limerick, and used their base on the Irish coast to launch attacks within Ireland and across the Irish Sea to England. When King Charles the Bald began defending West Frankia more energetically in 862, fortifying towns, abbeys, rivers and coastal areas, Viking forces began to concentrate more on England than Frankia.

These are the people who take financial risks to make money ?​


they are called entrepreneurs




A person who organizes and operates a business/businesses,taking on greater normal financial risk in order to do so.

how did the Napoleon and French Revolution led to Haitian and Latin American Revolution.


Put simply, the Haitian Revolution, a series of conflicts between 1791 and 1804, was the overthrow of the French regime in Haiti by the Africans and their descendants who had been enslaved by the French and the establishment of an independent country founded and governed by former slaves. It was, however, complex, involving several countries and groups.

Select the recovery program that correctly completes each sentence.


The ✔ National Recovery Administration
developed codes for fair trade policies to reduce unemployment.
The ✔ Tennessee Valley Authority
built dams and flood controls and brought electricity to one of the poorest parts of the country.
The ✔ Civil Works Administration
created construction jobs for people who were out of work.
The ✔ Public Works Administration
built public buildings such as schools and hospitals.


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Which state produced a government plan considered to be the first written constitution in the colonies?​



Hartford, Connecticut


Which candidate ran for the Democratic party in the election of 1920?



In the presidential election, Republican Senator Warren G. Harding from Ohio defeated Democratic Governor James M. Cox of Ohio. Harding won a landslide victory, taking every state outside the South and dominating the popular vote. i think


What continent is bordered by the Indian Ocean (to the west) and the Pacific Ocean (to the east)?



a. austaralia


what continent

why does it take a lifetime to learn to love as jesus does?





Because no one is perfect

 I am a Christian and I believe that what is said to be true in the Bible, Jesus doesn't sin. Jesus is the Son of God he is holy. It takes a lifetime because if you not only believe but trust in the Lord then he will provide. Ask and you shall receive, seek and you will find, knock and the door will be opened to you. The Bible doesn't tell lies everything in it is true. Find ways to engage with the Lord and worship him. Hopefully I answered you question have a great day!

how bolivar liberated latin america from the spanish? ?



Bolívar himself led multiple expeditionary forces against the Spaniards, and between 1819 and 1822 he successfully liberated three territories—New Granada (Colombia and Panama), Venezuela, and Quito (Ecuador)—from Spanish rule. ... Learn more about the Viceroyalty of New Granada and the territories that constituted it.


(03. LC) Which of the following is one way the U.S. Constitution expanded the power of the central government?​


Answer: Creation of a judicial branch


The options to the question are:

a. Creation of a judicial branch

b. Creation of a national bank

c. Creation of the Electoral College

d. Creation of the Monroe Doctrine

One way that the Constitution of the United States expanded the power of the central government is the creation of a judicial branch. The judicial branch is in charge of interpretation and application of law and also settling of legal disputes.

The Monroe Doctrine simply states that with regards to the politics in America, an intervention by external powers will be considered dangerous to America.

The electoral college are electors who employ the president and the vice president. The creation of national bank isn't a way the U.S constitution expanded the power of the central government.

From the explanation, the answer is "creation of a judicial branch".


Creation of a judicial branch


The Constitution created the judicial branch of the national governemnt. There was not judicial or executive branch under the Articles of Confederation. These are ways that the Constitution helped to expand the power of the central goverment.

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Italian Renaissance:
covered the 15th and 16th centuries

spreading across Europe

best known for its achievements in painting, architecture, sculpture, literature, music, philosophy, science and technology, and exploration

Italian artists portrayed mostly classical mythology, while Northern artists portrayed mostly domestic interiors and portraits.

Northern Renaissance:
period in which artists north of the Alps in the Low Countries (the Netherlands and Belgium), Germany, France, and England— adopted and adapted the ideas of the Italian Renaissance.

famous for its advanced oil painting techniques, realistic, expressive altarpiece art, portraiture on wooden panel paintings

Northern Artistic Renaissance focused more on empirical observation and accurately paying attention to details of visual reality. The Italian Artistic Renaissance, however, accurately portrayed visual reality through proportion, perspective, and human anatomy.

both known for their paintings
Both imitated nature through emotional intensity through religious scenes
Both standards of literature portrayed the belief that it was an individual's duty to participate in their community and ascend toward union with God

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What would be the answer to this honest answers only it’s important



I believe its C.


What is one-way Japan's closest neighbor Korea has affected Japan's development



Because of their close geographic locations, Korea and Japan made a pact to trade only with each other. Japan adopted the Korean religion, replacing the native Japanese Shinto religion.


Which statement about the origins of the American population is true?

A: Most Americans descend from people who first populated the continent 20,000 years ago.

B: The American population’s origins can be traced mainly to immigration from Asia in the twentieth century.

C: Most Americans are immigrants or the descendants of immigrants.

D: More than any other factor, a high birth rate in the 1800s dramatically increased the American population.





it should be c


because this was native american land and imagrents just came and took it

I really need an answer for this 1 2 3 or 4?



also sorry if i get it wrong... but i think it's either B or E?


sorry if i get it wrong :C

Answer:the answer is 5 I think


The Anti- Federalists claimed the Constitution gave the central government too much power, and without a Bill of Rights the people would be at risk of oppression.

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what argument used to justify slavery appealed to the people's religious beliefs?


something in the Bible promoted slavery

List at least three
adjectives that describe
the Aztec capital of
More is OK


Answer: Tenochtitlán was an Aztec city that flourished between A.D. 1325 and 1521. Built on an island on Lake Texcoco, it had a system of canals and causeways that supplied the hundreds of thousands of people who lived ther e

The Aztecs were able to settle there because no one else wanted the land. At first, it wasn't a great place to start a city, but soon the Aztecs built up islands where they could grow crops.


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