History of the United States I
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Question 3 of 8
The Great Famine of Ireland in the 1840s affected the United States in which of the following ways?
It led to a massive wave of Irish immigrants to the United States.
It forced Americans to abandon imports of the potato and look for other sources of food.
It led to a decline in the influence of the Roman Catholic Church.
Intermarriage between Irish immigrants and native-born US citizens declined.
It led American scientists to pool their skills in finding a cure for the potato blight.
CLEP® History of the United States I Examination Guide
[PDF Download] The History of the United States I exam covers U.S. history from early European colonization to the end of Reconstruction.
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