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Carrie Chapman Catt was one of the leaders of the National American Women's Suffrage Association.

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Q: Who led the national American woman suffrage association created when the nwsa and awsa merged and made great progress by developing a highly flexible state-by-state strategy?
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What banking reform finally gave the nation a flexible money supply?

Federal Reserve Act of 1913.

What did the eastern woodlands use to make baskets?

They used strong flexible birch bark that was woven or bent into baskets

What do you think are the reasons why the Constitution has worked so well for over two hundred years?

The first, and only, US Constitution is The Constitution of the United States of America. The basis of the first government of the US was called the Articles of Confederation. It's a flexible document and can be adjusted by means of Amendments when necessary.

What Native American lived in Wingwams?

You mean wigwams, a word that derives from the Etchemin word weekwahm (his house). This in turn comes from the general Algonquian word wikih, meaning birchbark, since this was the usual material used for covering a wigwam.It follows that in order to build a wigwam you need large amounts of birchbark, so wigwams were constructed by many of the tribes living in the eastern woodlands of North America. The Micmac, Abenaki, Ojibwe, Algonkin, Montagnais, Attikamek, Cree, Ottawa, and many more groups used this style of small, temporary dwelling.Wigwams could be made in various shapes: some were domed, based on very long, flexible wooden frames with both ends of the supports fixed in the ground; others were shaped like a small tipi and based on a conical wooden framework. The large covering sheets of bark would be overlapped to keep out wind and rain and could be rolled up and removed to take to a new campsite.It is wrong to call the large hide-covered tipis of the Plains culture wigwams, since they were never covered with birchbark.The links below take you to images of bark-covered wigwams, in various shapes:

What are the differences between the civil war and the Revolutionary War?

While the Civil War was fought between states of the same country, the Revolutionary War was technically fought between two separate countries: the colonies declared independence from Great Britain one year into their conflict, while the South never issued an official declaration of independence.Technology was more advanced in the Civil War than the Revolutionary War, making the killing of hostile soldiers easier, which in turn ensured a huge difference in casualties: less than 100,000 soldiers died on the battlefield during the Revolution, while 617,000 soldiers died in battle during the Civil War.Tactics in the Civil War and the Revolutionary War were different: in the Revolutionary War both armies would march onto the battlefield and fire at one another from a short distance away, exchanging volleys until one side ran out of soldiers or ammunition. In the Civil War, tactics were more flexible depending on the battlefield and on the size of the opposing force.During the Revolutionary War outside forces became involved in the war: the British deployed German mercenaries in battles against the Americans, while the French and the Spanish fought on the side of the Americans after the Americans won the Battle of Saratoga in 1777. No other forces ever became involved in the war between the North and the South: all the troops deployed in the war were American citizens.During the Civil War ironclads were deployed, while wooden warships were used throughout the Revolutionary War.

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