The correct answers are B) North American birds and D)abstract images.
North American birds and abstract images were subjects of famous American artists of the mid-1800s.
Many of the important artists in the United States in the mid-1800s had been trained in some parts of Europe. This continent had witnessed many of the great artists of all time. That is why Europe was the place to be to develop artistic talent. These Northamerican artists of the mid-1800s sought to paint portraits of people and beautiful landscapes. The Hudson River School was one of the first schools to develop an authentic Amerian style of painting.
The answer is letter A. New forms of taxation to raise money was the development of strong central governments from the 1500s to the 1700s. This is due to the high rate of people having bank accounts and tax to preserve the structures.
This is in relation to conditions in France after the French Revolution.
The populace was divided into Active and Passive citizens.
The requirement to be an active citizen was that one must be a Frenchman who was at least 25 years of age and paid enough taxes to cover three days of work.
Passive citizens therefore, were women, anyone who wasn't French, anyone below the age of 25 and anyone whose wages could not cover three days of work. Of course this brought discontent and strife between the Active and Passive citizens.
Some tribes were able to solder and anneal metals, and a few tribes in Latin America worked with platinum. But no steel use among the tribes before Europeans. Native American Tools were made of stone, primarily Flint, the process was called Flint Knapping and the weapon and tool makers were Flint Knappers. The tools were used to make weapons for fighting and hunting including Axes, Arrows, Spear, Knives, Tomahawks.Many native American tribes had dogs as pets, hunting companions, and beasts of burden. Several of the plains tribes used them to drag small sleds that carried supplies, and the arctic/northern native tribes have had dog sleds for thousands of years. In South America they had lamas and alpacas.By about 1800 BCE the Native Americans of North America were cultivating several species of plants, thus transitioning from a hunter-gatherer economy to agriculture. ... The initial four plants known to have been domesticated were goosefoot