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Take It to Court Colonial Documents Religion Unpopular Acts Welcome to the Party 10 20 30 40 50
Question 1 - 10 Decision which established judicial review
Answer 1 – 10 Marbury v. Madison
Question 1 - 20 Decision which placed the federal government above the states
Answer 1 – 20 McCulloch v Maryland
Question 1 - 30 These colonial trials brought an end to religious zealotry and caused New Englanders to push for a fairer court system Inspiration for the play The Crucible
Answer 1 – 30 Salem Witch Trials
Question 1 - 40 Jackson refused to enforce this decision of the Supreme Court
Answer 1 – 40 Worcester v. Georgia
Question 1 - 50 Part of the Constitution which describes the structure, powers and responsibilities of the federal courts
Answer 1 – 50 Article III
Question 2 - 10 Legal contract of governance signed by the Pilgrims
Answer 2 – 10 Mayflower Compact
Question 2 - 20 Book by Thomas Paine that explained the reasons American colonists should support the Revolution
Answer 2 – 20 Common Sense
Question 2 - 30 “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal …”
Answer 2 – 30 Declaration of Independence
Question 2 - 40 Thrown out and replaced by the Constitution because they left the federal government too weak
Answer 2 – 40 Articles of Confederation
Question 2 - 50 Written to encourage people to support ratification of the Constitution
Answer 2 – 50 The Federalist Papers
Question 3 - 10 Settled Utah seeking religious freedom
Answer 3 – 10 Mormons
Question 3 - 20 Settled Pennsylvania seeking religious freedom; ended up growing a lot of oats
Answer 3 – 20 Quakers
Question 3 - 30 Two periods of religious revival in American history – the first in the mid 1700s and the second in the early 1800s
Answer 3 – 30 The Great Awakenings
Question 3 - 40 Settled New England seeking religious freedom
Answer 3 – 40 Pilgrims
Question 3 - 50 Minister John Winthrop called the Plymouth colony this in a famous sermon, emphasizing the idea that the Puritans needed to be role- models
Answer 3 – 50 A City on a Hill
Question 4 - 10 Runaway slaves must be returned to their owners
Answer 4 – 10 Fugitive Slave Act
Question 4 - 20 Jefferson-era law banning trade with Europe
Answer 4 – 20 Embargo Act
Question 4 - 30 Highest tariff in American history Angered Southern farmers
Answer 4 – 30 Tariff of Abominations
Question 4 - 40 John Adams-era law that allowed the President to kick out immigrants deemed a danger to national security and to silence critics of the government
Answer 4 – 40 Alien & Sedition Acts
Question 4 - 50 Series of British laws designed to punish the city of Boston for the Boston Tea Party
Answer 4 – 50 Intolerable Acts
Question 5 - 10 Political Party created to push abolition Lincoln was their first successful presidential candidate
Answer 5 – 10 Republicans
Question 5 - 20 These pioneers of the West were “hungry” for opportunity; unfortunately they got stuck in a mountain pass and ate each other
Answer 5 – 20 Donner Party
Question 5 - 30 Alexander Hamilton’s party
Answer 5 – 30 Federalists
Question 5 - 40 Anti-immigration party of the mid-1800s; doesn’t sound very smart
Answer 5 – 40 Know Nothings
Question 5 - 50 Party created to oppose “King” Andrew Jackson
Answer 5 – 50 Whig
Colonization Foundations of American Government Pre-
Government Principles Political Parties Articles of Confederation DocumentsPeople Strengths Weaknesses Define each Principle 1.Limited Gov’t. 2. Federalism-
10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Colonial.
Magna Carta English document written in 1215 Limits the power of the king by making him follow the laws Right to trial by jury Gives the legislatures.
Historical Documents Review Magna Carta Virginia House of Burgess Mayflower Compact Fundamental Orders of Connecticut English Bill of Rights Declaration.
Chapter 2. Section 1 Colonial Period Political Heritage leading up to the Constitution Magna Carta Provide the basis for the principle of limited.
Foreign Policy and Inventions American Colonies American Revolution American Politics U.S. Constitution and Government
EOC Survivor Season 1 Foundations of US Government.
Roots of American Democracy. First Permanent American Colony Jamestown, Virginia. Many colonists in America practiced a different religion than the official.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Colonial America Revolutionary War.
Page One Colonial Era to Independence Major Reasons why Europeans first came to the New World 1. Religious Freedom 2. Economic Reasons.
CHAPTER 2 – REVOLUTION AND THE EARLY REPUBLIC 1. Section 2 The War for Independence 2.
Principles of the U. S. Constitution
Passing the Alabama High School Graduation Exam in Social Studies.
The Federalist and Anti- Federalist The Voices of Reason Persuasion and Advantages.
Historical Documents Activity Create a Timeline using the following: Include a picture, brief description and the date of the document. Magna Carta Virginia.
Confederation to Constitution 1776: 2 nd Continental Congress declares independence; PA creates democratic state constitution 1781 : Articles of Confederation.
Review. This is a class review Answer the questions out loud as a class – then I will show the correct answer after each slide.
Washington and the Capital City Washington Becomes President April 30, 1789, in New York City. Electoral college unanimous vote Vice President John Adams.
Aim: Review for the Test on the Constitution Bring a #2 pencil and a pen Essay Topic: Compromises Extra Credit: Castlelearning Receive an 80 or better.
Warm-Up What governing document was signed by the Pilgrims before landing at Plymouth? Explain three beliefs of the Quakers. Which region of the colonies.
TAKS Flash Cards Content Review. Match the Date with the Event 1776 1787 1861 1865 Constitution was drafted. Civil War Begins Declaration.
Preview What do you think is the purpose of the following image?
Terms Review III The United States Government. This gives Congress the power to pass legislation that is “necessary and proper” for doing its job.
After the Revolution Designing a New Nation. AFTER THE REVOLUTION Background Setting up the new Nation NATIONAL GOVERNMENT Strong Limited Nationalists.
EOC REVIEW: Civics & Economics History. Supreme Law of the Land What is the Supreme Law of the Land?
GOAL 1 COMMON ASSESSMENT. 1. Why did many American colonists oppose the British system of mercantilism? A. It placed quotas on immigration. B. It discouraged.
Unit one note cards 36 note cards. New England colonies shipping and trade Religious puritans New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island,
Objective 4: Political Influences TAKS Success Camp 8 th Grade American History Coach Vega.
Popular Sovereignty Federalism Checks & Balances Republicanism Separation of Powers Limited Government Principles of the Constitution 50 points.
What marked the beginning of self-government in colonial America?
Colonial Times British Policies PoliticsFamous People Revolution French & Indian $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
Alabama High School Graduation Exam Vocabulary Review Chapter 3.
Political Parties Documents The Revolution The Constitution The Civil War Compromises $200 $400 $600 $800 $200 $400 $600 $800 $200 $400 $600 $800 $200.
UNIT 1 REVIEW GAME British Gov - Enlightenment Colonial Period Revolutionary Period Declaration of Independence Articles.
Goal 1 Review What you MUST know about the Foundations of America.
The Enlightenment th century movement that challenged traditional authority. The colonists as well as many others challenged the divine right of.
18 Week Assessment. Easier Much Studying Makes Jeopardy
Geography Early Documents Cons. II Cons. I st Presidents Civil War.
Demos Kratia-people rule Magna Carta-Agreement between King John of England and nobles to restrict power of the monarchy (1215)
US Government Birth of the Constitution Bernard Taylor 1.
Scandal involving the French, a bribe, and the refusal of America to pay the bribe. Occurred while John Adams was President. Laws passed during the XYZ.
What every student should know to pass the U.S. History EOC. Goal 1
The 2100 Scale Score Pyramid Taken from: Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD 8 th Grade Social Studies TAKS Review.
TAKS JEOPARDY EARLY AMERICA Could you put an image here?
Virginia Plan Plan proposed by a large state basing representation on state population/wealth.
FINAL EXAM PREP 8 GRADE June 9 th. -- BRING A #2 PENCIL --BRING YOUR FINAL EXAM REVIEW PACKET --BRING A FINAL EXAM REVIEW TO STUDY (IF FINISHED EARLY)
US History Fall Midterm Review. Unit 3: The New Nation.
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