The Mississippi river is especially important to farmers because... a)

The Mississippi river is especially important to farmers because... a) encouraged new settlers to come north on barges and steam boats. b) allowed them to ship their crops to market in new Orleans. c) blocked the westward expansion of the united States.

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B. Allowed them to ship their crops to maket in New Orleans

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