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Why was the Battle of Bull Run considered to be a turning point for medical advances?

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Why was the Battle of Bull Run considered to be a turning point for medical advances?

It exposed the need for organized transport of patients to local field hospitals.

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In the english colonies, large coastal cities question 10 options: dominated the colonial landscape. held approximately 50 percent of the colonial population. were confined almost exclusively to the south. never held more than roughly 10 percent of the population. held no slaves at all.

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In the English colonies, large coastal cities never held more than roughly 10 percent of the population

These large coastal cities had a longer growing season and soil which was rich enough to grow cash crops. Their strategic location allowed them to export grains and import goods from England.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which natural resource became the chief source of fuel in the Industrial Revolution?

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Coal. it burned for a long time and was reusable.

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Coal

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That's the most reasonable mineral fossil fuel we use for power.

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Which King enacted the Edict of Nantes?

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 King Henry IV of France
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Based on the image and your knowledge of word war 2,which of the following conclusions can be made about conditions within the concentration camp prior to liberation

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There should be peace in the county and their should be support
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