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West. B. “New York and Pennsylvania are now, late in the day, endeavoring themselves to protect the forests. . ” C. “. . States are now painfully, and 2. You can tell from this letter that President Roosevelt A. favored changing forests to farmland. B. was a good president. C. supported environmental protection. at great expense, endeavoring to undo the effects of . . ” D. “But the western states, far more fortunate than their eastern sisters . . can now reserve their forests. . ” D. was an owner of a large lumber company.
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Dak. Minn. Idaho 40°N Nebr. Nev. Utah Calif. Wis. S. Dak. Wyo. Colo. Pa. Ohio Ind. Ill. W. Va. Va. Ky. Mo. C. Tenn. C. Ark. Ala. Ga. Miss. La. Fla. Iowa Kans. Ariz. Okla. N. Mex. 30°N Segregation required Tex. Segregation permitted Segregation prohibited 0 No specific legislation, or local option Source: Pauli Murray, States' Laws on Race and Color 1. 2. Mich. H. Maine Vt. Mass. Y. I. 0 250 250 500 miles 500 kilometers Azimuthal Equal-Area Projection 100°W In what region of the United States was segregation in schools most widespread?