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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Early Colonial Period Colonial Labor & Trade The Am. Rev. The US Constitution Miscellaneous
The southern colonies economically relied on ___ mostly.
The early French colonies economies were based mainly on?
The fur trade
What was the main reason Great Britain formed colonies in North America?
To enrich the mother country (mercantilism)
The first elected representative body in North America was formed in Virginia in 1619. This early form of participatory government was known as the ___?
The House of Burgesses
Pennsylvania was an example of a ___ colony. (What type of charter did it have?)
This event convinced many colonists in the South to move from using indentured servants to a less politically dangerous form of labor.
Indentured servants generally served for this many years?
While southerners utilized slave labor on plantations and for farming, New Englanders’ main role in slavery was?
Duties placed on imported goods such as glass, lead, paint were part of the ___ Acts.
In 1651 Parliament passed the first in a series of measures designed to tighten control of colonial trade. These laws were the?
The document that stated that people have the right to rise up against unjust governments was?
Declaration of Independence
At the beginning of the American Revolution what part (fraction) of the American people supported the war?
What type of warfare used by George Washington allowed his underdog army to win?
Guerrilla warfare (ex. hit and run ambushes)
What battle was important in the American Revolution because it convinced the French the Americans could win?
Battle of Saratoga
The American victory (with the help of the French army and navy) that ended the American Revolution was?
The Battle of Yorktown
What was the document/government that was created before the Constitution?
Articles of Confederation
This solved the disagreement over representation between large (VA) and small (NJ) states.
The Great Compromise (Connecticut Compromise)
In the Constitution the founders compromised on how to count slaves for representation. What fraction of a person were slaves counted as?
Supporters of the Constitution were known as? They became one of the first political parties in the US.
There are three branches of the federal government under the Constitution. Which one has the main responsibility for creating laws?
The peaceful transfer of power from Federalists to Democratic- Republicans happened after this election? Jefferson called it a “revolution”.
Election of 1800
Napoleon made this deal with the United States to raise money to fight Great Britain? It doubled the size of the United States in the process.
The “Second War of Independence” refers to?
The War of 1812
Who called the Massachusetts Bay Colony a “city upon a hill”?
This system provided land to colonists who paid for the passage to Virginia for other settlers? (hint: not indentured servitude)
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