Utah only entered the union after the mormons

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Question: Utah only entered the Union after the Mormons abandoned the practice of polygamy.
Question: The chief accomplishment of the New South movement was
Question: Joseph Glidden’s invention of barbed wire in 1873 helped protect the cotton fields of Nebraska.
Question: In southern textile mills, women and children outnumbered men as workers.Student answered: a) TrueCorrect answer is: a) TrueQuestion: The Fence-Cutters’ War of 1883–1884 involved conflict betweenStudent answered: c) larger and smaller cattle ranchers.Correct answer is: c) larger and smaller cattle ranchers.Question: Southern blacks who migrated to Kansas were calledStudent answered: c) Exodusters.Correct answer is: c) Exodusters.Question: The native American who surrendered with the “I will fight no more forever” speech wasStudent answered: c) Chief Joseph.
Question: The New South’s creed was not
Question: The last gasp of the Indian wars came at the so-called “battle” of
Question: The first successful Kansas cow town was
Question: The Ghost Dance was a new religion, begun by the Paiute Wovoka, that swept the Plains and scaredthe American authorities.
Question: Life for the early settlers in the West was cheap as the railroads gave the land freely and, as they needed clients, charged reasonable rates for freight and other services.
Question: Woodruff v. North Bloomfield was a major case involving fencing and grazing rights for cattle ranchers.
Question: Refrigerated railroad cars were necessary for the success of the western cattle industry.
Question: The Dawes Act was passed by reformers who attempted to dismantle the Native American tribes.

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