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1. All the Native Americans who originally met the European Colonists in the 1600s were a b c d. 1986
2. British soldiers fired into a crowd in Boston, Mass. on March 5, 1770 a b c d. 1996
3. On the night of April 18 th, 1775 the Minuteman of Lexington and Concord were warned of the approaching Redcoats (British) by a b c d present
4. During the period known as Reconstruction, African-Americans a b c d. 1995
5. For the Filipinos the Philippine-American War, (or 1917) and the American colonization period afterwards was a b c d. 1996
6. The Monroe Doctrine was a. Great Britain b. Mexico c. France d. US
7. The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade was a. Nigeria b. Zimbabwe c. Portugal d. Britain
8. On Feb. 15, 1898 the USS Maine was destroyed by a. US b. PI c. Cuba d. Caribbean Islands
9. The atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima on Aug. 6, 1945 was a. Japan b. Italy c. Philippines d. US
10. The Korean War, started on June 25 th, 1950 when a. North Korea b. South Korea c. Britain d. US
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