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jwilson21

u.s. history

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Alaska became a territory of the United States in 1867 but did not achieve statehood until ____. 1959
Hawaii became the fiftieth state in _____. 1959
Between ____ and ____ Ellis Island won the main immigration processing center for immigrants coming to America from Europe. 1892 and 1954
Elizabeth Cady Staton,Susan B. Anothny, and Carrie Chapman Catt were crusaders in the fight for ______ ______. women's rights
Sixteenth Amendment- income tax amendment
Seventeenth Amendment-provide for the direct election of senators
Created by: jwilson21