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When did the federal Interstate Commerce ban segregation on interstate trains and buses?

The May 17,1954 Supreme Court decision banning segregation in schools effectively banned segregation in other public facilities although it took some time before integration in other areas was accomplished. On November 13, 1956 segregation on buses was ruled unconstitutional.


Most of the first battles were fought in which colony?

The American Revolutionary War was fought mostly in the British North American colonies. Raids were made in other places, as well, and some engagements were fought on the high seas. Most of the battles were fought in New York and the Carolinas, but some of the most important engagements may have been in other colonies/states, including: * Massachusetts, where hostilities began and where the British were forced to evacuate Boston, * in Georgia, where the British reconquered the entire colony/state, and * in Virginia, where combined Continental and French forces forced the surrender of Cornwallis and his army, effectively ending hostilities.


What was the importance of The Civil Rights Act of 1864?

Enforced separate but equal. In other words, it enforced segregation. It was changed in the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (100 years later) which said Segregation= Unequal= Unconstitutional.


How were Puritan and other colonial schools different from the public schools of today?

Purtitan and othe olonial schools are different from the public schools of today is how in public school now we have sinks, toliets, electricty and other things thta need sources back then there wasnt that much.


Who did teddy boys fight with?

they fought with other teds and they fought with just about anyone that crossed them eg. the cops, landlords, gf's dad... ect. ect.

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Are more civil war battles fought in California than any other state?

No Civil War battles of consecuence were fought in California.


When were battles fought in world war 1?

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Where did segregation mostly occur?

Segregation in the United States mostly occurred in the southern states, known as the "Jim Crow" states, where laws were enacted to enforce racial segregation in schools, restaurants, transportation, and other public spaces.


After genarel lee surrendered why were other battles fought?

There was at least 1 other major autonomous Confederate army still in the field


When did the federal Interstate Commerce ban segregation on interstate trains and buses?

The May 17,1954 Supreme Court decision banning segregation in schools effectively banned segregation in other public facilities although it took some time before integration in other areas was accomplished. On November 13, 1956 segregation on buses was ruled unconstitutional.


Who fought for the Kohinoor diamond?

Throughout its history, there have been many, many battles for this remarkable diamond. You can read more about its battles and other intense adventures over possession of this stone, below.


How other nations used Italy as a battleground?

France and Austria-Hungary were at war and fought many of their battles on Italian land.


Which battles of civil war were fought on Union Territory?

Gettysburg was the only battle fought in Pennsylvania. And Antietam (Sharpsburg) was the only significant battle fought in Maryland. Every other battle of any consquence was in Southern territory.


Why were there more crusaders?

well, to be smart here, the Crusades had many battles fought, even the christian orthadox fought, Mongols. and many other crusade groups. Think of it as a tournament.


What happens at a colosseum?

Before there used to be gladiators who fought different types of battles but today church activities and other things are held there.


Why wasn't cavalry very effective in Greek battles?

The mountainous terrain was not suitable for chariots when the city states fought each other.


What was the last battle fought in the tragedy of Julius Caesar?

The Battle of Philippi. In history, there were actually two battles of Philippi, fought within days of each other, but Shakespeare has compressed them into one battle.