Cherokees: chief John Ross wanted to stay neutral, but several months later, in an effort to preserve unity in the tribe, he signed the treaty. Creeks: signed a treaty despite opposition from the traditionalist Creeks. Choctaws and Chickasaws: no problem with signing treaty. Seminoles: a very divided nation signed a treaty. Western Indians: no problem with signing treaty
Why would foreign rulers dislike the Hebrews that they conquered? Select the best answer from the choices provided. A. The Hebrews spoke a language different than their conquerors. B. The Hebrews’ religion did not allow them to worship the foreign rulers as gods. C. The Hebrews escaped from the Egyptians despite being slaves. D. The Hebrews built their own simple temples.
I would say (B) is the best answer based on what I read in history about how the Jews tolled the Romans they could not worship the roman god because the Jew are monotheistic.
What was the effect of new airplane technology on World War 2 strategies? Was this strategy successful?
The Bill of Rights was a reflection of the work of which group? A. Federalists
It reflected B) Anti-federalists
Why were the Middle Colonies often called the Bread Colonies? Wheat was the main export.
More bakers lived in the Middle Colonies.
Cash crops were grown on large plantations.
The answer is wheat was the main export.
The Middle colonies covered the area of Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, and Delaware giving them rich, fertile soil. This enabled the production of wheat and corn. Therefore, since wheat was a staple of economy the Middle Colonies were aptly called the Bread Colonies.
Answer is: Wheat was the main export.
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