How did New England's textile industry affect both children and women

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Answer 1
Answer: The women and children of New England's textile industry had many risks. Including, missing limbs from the machines, given out arches (feet), and the risk of being abused if not following the rules.

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Which of the following was not an American Romantic author? a. Thomas Cole c. Edgar Allen Poe b. Nathaniel Howthorne d. All of the above

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Answer:Nathaniel Hawthorne

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Which did not contribute to New York City's terrible pollution problems in the late 1800s? A) horse and pig
B) insufficient sanitary services
C) pneumatic subway
D) oil refineries

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It would be A hope it helps
i think the answer may be A

Why did antislavery Senator Daniel Webster agree to compromise with proslavery senators? A.
He came to believe in John C. Calhoun's view of slavery as necessary and beneficial.

B.
He saw it as the only way to gain southern support on more important issues.

C.
He was willing to compromise to keep the United States together.

D.
He wanted the Democrats to retain their control of the House and the Senate.

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Antislavery Senator Daniel Webster agree to compromise with proslavery senators because he was willing to compromise to keep the United States together. Option (c) is correct.

Who is Daniel Webster?

Daniel Webster was one of the most prominent American lawyers of the 19th century and debated over 200 cases. During his life, he was a member of the Federalist Party, the National Republican Party, and the Whig Party.

Senator Calhoun's speech declared that southerners should have the right to take enslaved people, as their personal property, anywhere. Although an abolitionist, Senator Daniel Webster was willing to incorporate to keep the Union together, which was more important to him than free soil. Daniel Webster always believes in asserting that slaveholders were entitled to the protection of their property.

Therefore, Option (c) is correct.

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c he was willing to compromise to keep the united states together.

What does it mean that the council of 500 was chosen "by lot"?Was it good idea Athen government

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When we hear that the Council of 500 was chosen "by lot," what this means is that the council was chosen at random. All the candidates would put their names together and it was luck that decided who was going to be in the council. This was probably not a very good idea for the Athenian goverment, as it was likely that the people elected to the council were uneducated or uninterested in government.

"By lot" means that Athens citizens (white males over the age of fifteen) put their name on a stick of wax and put it a container and someones drew out some of the sticks, or drew "lots." And sorry for the short answer. 

Trade and commerce between civilizations helped to _____.exchange new ideas
spread languages
share new inventions
make people rich

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(A) Exchange new ideas
 this is because none of the other answers go with trade and commerce

Answer:

exchange new ideas

spread languages

Explanation:

All of the statements below are historically accurate. Mark the item if the event it describes helped lead to war between Britain and the American colonists.A.
The Constitutional Convention met in Philadelphia.

B.
Colonists protested British taxes in the Boston Tea Party.

C.
The Massachusetts militia and the British army fought at Lexington.

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The answer is
 B. Colonists protested British taxes in the Boston Tea Party.
and
C. The Massachusetts militia and the British army fought at Lexington.

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For people in K12 it c and b

Explanation:

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