The Erie Canal revolutionized domestic markets because it permitted the A

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104.The Erie Canal revolutionized domestic markets because it permitted theA. shipment of wheat from Chicago to the Pacific NorthwestB. shipping of meat from Chicago to the SouthC. transfer of goods from New York to New Orleans along inland waterwaysD. movement of cotton from the Deep South to New EnglandE. transport of gold from California to the East coast105.In the mid-1800s, the social status of women included all of the following conditionsexcept22
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106.The city that gained the most from the success of the Erie Canal was107.Among the most popular formats of entertainment in antebellum America, as epitomized by P. T.Barnum, were108.Between 1800 and 1860, society changed in America in that theA. amount of mobility within the working class was significantB. distribution of wealth became more evenC. standard of living of most laborers was improvingD. percentage of middle-class people dropped dramaticallyE. number of destitute people decreased109.All of the following men contributed significantly to the improvement in communications andjournalism in the 1840s and 1850sexcept110.By the 1850s, the South had large numbers of23
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111.Slavery in the South exhibited all of the following characteristicsexcept112.Many non-slave owning whites in the South were tied to the slave system by all of the followingcircumstancesexceptA. they depended on the plantations for economic favorsB. they often relied on planters for creditC. they feared the terrorist tactics that plantation owners usedD. they were often related by blood to wealthy slaveownersE. they shared the Southern belief in white racial superiority
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