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William of Orange Was given the crown by parliament due to the Glorious Revolution by signing the English Bill of Rights 1 st time this has happened
Mary of Orange Was given the crown by parliament due to the Glorious Revolution by signing the English Bill of Rights 1 st time this has happened
George Mason Wrote the Virginia Declaration of Rights Which gave Freedom of Religion and the Press
King John Forced to sign the Magna Carta 1 st Monarch to have his power limited
Ben Franklin Oldest member of the Constitutional Convention One of the five to help write the Declaration of Independence
Sam Adams Leader of the Sons of Liberty Not selected to attend the Constitutional Convention
King George III King of England during the American Revolution Refused to accept the Declaration of Rights or the Declaration of Independence
John Hancock President of the 1 st Continental Congress Not selected to the Constitutional Convention
Roger Sherman One of the five to help write the Declaration of Independence Helped create the Great Compromise
Thomas Jefferson One of the five to help write the Declaration of Independence Wrote the Virginia Statute of Religious Freedoms
William Jackson Secretary of the Constitutional Convention Kept an journal
Edmund Randolph Created the Virginia Plan One of the leaders of the Constitutional Convention
William Paterson Presented the Virginia Plan to the Constitutional Convention
James Madison Known as the Father of the Constitution Wrote Most of the Bill of Rights
Lord Baltimore King granted him the proprietor of Maryland
William Penn King gave him Pennsylvania and Delaware
TODAY: Current Events Lecture and vocab Activity: game name this person Magna Carta Worksheet Exit Objective: You will be able to name some of the documents.
Our Political Beginnings. Big Idea The English tradition of ordered, limited, and representative government served as the basis of colonial governments.
Chapter 4 : America’s Political Heritage. The Colonial Experience Heritage: Traditions that are passed down from generation to generation Citizenship.
Chapter 8, Section 2. In September 1786, delegates from five states met in Annapolis, Maryland to discuss ways of amending the Articles of Confederation.
George Washington Great leader Offered to be King of new nation but said “NO” President of Constitutional Convention Unanimously elected 1 st.
New American Nation: People and Documents Interactive Notes VS. 6a,b.
A New Nation. After the American Revolution, the United States needed a plan for a government. This is called a:
Chapter 2 Origins of American Government -Early English settlers created government positions in the colonies that modeled after English government.
ORIGINS AND FOUNDATIONS American Government. Sources of democratic elements Athens: Direct Democracy Rome: Indirect (representative) Democracy; republic.
Origins of American Government Chapter 2. Our Political Beginnings Basic Concepts of Government – Ordered Government – colonists wanted order in their.
Founding Fathers and Their Contributions George Mason, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin.
HISTORICAL ROOTS How we got here I. ideas from the ancient world first written laws - Hammurabi's Code 1750 B.C. same time Ten Commandments based on.
Virginia and the Establishment of the United States of America.
DOCUMENTS OF FREEDOM #2 FIRST CHARTER OF VA King James 1 of England 1606.
Limited Monarchy England.
DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE Unit #3 – American Revolution.
Magna Carta, English Bill of Rights, and the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom How did these documents influence ideas the United States government.
Chapter 2. Section 1 Colonial Period Political Heritage leading up to the Constitution Magna Carta Provide the basis for the principle of limited.
Essential Question How did our system of government develop?
V) The Constitutional Convention
Origins, Articles & Framers. Declaration Of Independence Article of Confederation Virginia Plan New Jersey Plan Great Compromise House Of Burgesses John.
King John It limited the power of the monarch. The monarch could not tax without the approval of the Great Council. (Parliament) Magna Carta.
Colonists who did not wish to remain British subjects declared themselves "Patriots" - - those who remained faithful to England called themselves "Loyalists."
Governing the Colonies
GEORGE WASHINGTON … GEORGE WASHINGTON … 1789–1797 … George Washington – first American president, commander of the Continental Army, president of the Constitutional.
Famous People Of the American Revolution. King George III He was King of England He was blamed for passing laws that taxed the colonists, although it.
The American Revolution
The Constitutional Convention From Articles of Confederation to Constitution.
The Constitutional Convention May 1787 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Who attended the Philadelphia Convention? Alexander Hamilton Major contributor to the Federalist Papers aka, the Federalist. Illegitimate son of poor.
Foundations of American Democracy. Great Britain Magna Carta – 1215 – Barons placed limits on King John – Demanded certain rights and due process Petition.
Making a Constitution Chapter 5 Section 2
The Beginnings of the Constitution Part 2. New World Settlements 1565 – St. Augustine Florida – 1 st Permanent Settlement in what is today the U.S. (Spanish)
Constitutional Convention. Called to revise the Articles of Confederation 55 delegates - 8 had signed the Declaration of Independance Ben Franklin was.
Standard Compare the major ideas of philosophers and their effect on the democratic revolutions in England, America & France.
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Section 2 Drafting the Constitution Understand the reasons leaders called for the Constitutional Convention. Summarize.
Declaration Of Independence Political Traditions New.
Jump Start to U.S. History Mini-Unit Tuesday-Thursday: Notes & Video Clips Quiz Friday We are covering the basics of U.S. History to: 1)Preview U.S. History.
Origins of Constitution
The Path to Democracy Donald Sterrett. The Magna Carta In England in 1215 the nobles force King John to sign the Magna Carta. It required the king to.
A Laws B Const C Dates D People
May 1787 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 55 delegates Lawyers, physicians, generals, governors, planters, and a college president Well educated All.
Miss Smith 7 th Grade Civics *pgs Civics in Practice.
The Foundations of Democracy. Democracy in the Ancient World The Jewish Religion: Individual Self-worth Athens, Greece 400 B.C. – World’s first democracy.
The Constitution On May 25, 1787 twelve of the thirteen original states sent delegates to Philadelphia for the Constitutional Convention. In total, there.
English Civil War Summary of Important Events Where did this happen? Draw a map Underlying Causes : Immediate Causes: How does it end: Who List three people….
JAMES MADISON FATHER OF THE CONSTITUTION. Facts about Madison Facts about Madison Leader in the Virginia Assembly and Writer of Virginia Constitution.
Separation from England Colonies : Each colony was established through a charter. Colonies : Each colony was established through a charter. Legislative:
CIVICS CHALLENGE Final Jeopardy Final Jeopardy English Heritage MiscellaneousDeclaration Of Independence Post- Colonial Experience Constitutional Convention.
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