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1. The West IV   What was indicative of the mining "boom camps"?    Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1.  They were populated  mostly with men.      2.  They became farms  after the mines  played out.       3.  Prostitutes were  forbidden in the  camps.      4.  Families quickly  moved on.       5.  Workers were paid  with "script" that  could only be  redeemed at  company stores.      Score: 0/10    2. The West II   The Little Big Horn was    Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1.  the site of George  Armstrong Custer's  defeat.      2.  one of the final  attempts by Native  Americans to defeat  the whites.       3.  an area in Colorado  where gold had been  discovered.     
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  Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 4.  an area in Colorado  where gold had been  discovered, and the  site of George  Armstrong Custer's  defeat.       5.  the site of George  Armstrong Custer's  defeat and one of  the final attempts by  Native Americans to  defeat the whites.      Score: 10/10    3. Reconstruction VI   Which of the following statements was/were true of the Fifteenth Amendm   Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1.  It stated that federal  and state  governments could  not abridge the right  of a citizen to vote on  account of race,  color, or previous  condition of  servitude.       2.  It assured African 
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