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Study Guide Unit III/ Questions

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Happy Sunday Students,

Sorry about the tardiness of this post. I did not have access to internet for the past few days. Any questions you have about the Study guide may be asked here. Students, do not be afraid to answer a a teammates question. Later tonight I will check back.

Have a great day,

Mr. Mogg

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2 Comments

  1. Mackenzie Moody says:

    Mr.Mogg do we have to label all the states on a separate piece of paper or do you mean to just study the back of the study guide?

  2. Mr. Mogg says:

    Hey Mackenzie,

    You do not have to use the separate map. I gave that to you to help study. You should know all the states in 1865 and have them written down somewhere.

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