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He developed the principles of separation and balance of powers in government. Categories People 100 Points
Categories Who is Baron de Montesquieu?
People 200 Points According to this man, the three natural rights of man are life, liberty and property. Categories
Who is John Locke? People 200 Points
People 300 Points These people were American supporters of the British during the Revolutionary War. Categories
People 300 Points Categories Who were the Loyalists?
This man led the Indian rebellion against white settlement west of the Appalachians. Categories People 400 Points
Categories Who was Pontiac? People 400 Points
This person became a noted poet and playwright and wrote an early history of the American Revolution. Categories People 500 Points
Categories Who is Mercy Otis Warren? People 500 Points
This southern colony became a safe haven for debtors. Categories Places 100 Points
Categories What is Georgia?
Places 200 Points This was the first college established in the colonies. Categories
What is Harvard? Places 200 Points
Places 300 Points This colony was created as a safe haven for Catholics. Categories
Places 300 Points Categories What is Maryland?
This region is defined by the Ohio River, the Great Lakes, and the Mississippi River. Categories Places 400 Points
Categories What is the Northwest Territory? Places 400 Points
55 men representing 12 states debated amendments to the Articles of Confederation and drafted a new Constitution. Categories Places 500 Points
Categories What is Philadelphia? Places 500 Points
Thomas Paine inspired many colonists to seek independence from England when he published this pamphlet. Categories Documents 100 Points
Categories What is Common Sense?
Documents 200 Points Supports of the Constitution such as John Jay and Alexander Hamilton are known as these. Categories
What are Federalists? Documents 200 Points
Documents 300 Points This document created a loose alliance of the 13 states while preserving the independence and most of the powers of each state. Categories
Documents 300 Points Categories What are the Articles of Confederation?
This document would only take effect after 9 of the 13 states ratified it. Categories Documents 400 Points
Categories What is the Constitution? Documents 400 Points
In the creation of the Constitution, Virginia would have supported a legislation based on this. Categories Documents 500 Points
Categories What is population? Documents 500 Points
William Penn led this religious group to settle in the New World. Categories Religion 100 Points
Categories Who are the Quakers?
Religion 200 Points These people were the most radical of the Puritans. They believed that they needed to separate themselves totally from the Anglican Church. Categories
Who are the Separatists? Religion 200 Points
Religion 300 Points This radical Protestant sect wanted to strip the Anglican Church of all traces of Roman Catholic influence. Categories
Religion 300 Points Categories Who are the Puritans?
This religious group in the Middle Colonies had no priests, ministers, or preachers. Categories Religion 400 Points
Categories Who are the Quakers? Religion 400 Points
In 1636, leaders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony banished this woman for committing what they believed was an act of heresy. Categories Religion 500 Points
Categories Who is Anne Hutchinson? Religion 500 Points
This event was a revival of intense religious expression that swept through the American colonies from the 1720’s through the 1740’s. Categories Events 100 Points
Categories What was the Great Awakening?
Events 200 Points This event is also known as the Age of Reason. Categories
What is the Enlightenment? Events 200 Points
Events 300 Points This is the journey that African slaves made from Africa to the American colonies. Categories
Events 300 Points Categories What is the middle passage?
This treaty recognized the United States as a sovereign nation. Categories Events 400 Points
Categories What is the Treaty of Paris of 1783? Events 400 Points
This rebellion by Massachusetts farmers was triggered by postwar depression and heavy state taxes. Categories Events 500 Points
Categories What was Shay’s Rebellion? Events 500 Points
Time for Round 2!
The Daily Double Categories
U.S History E.O.C.T. Part I Colonization to Constitution.
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Creation of the United States Unit #3 + SSUSH3: The student will explain the primary causes of the American Revolution. SSUSH4: The student will identify.
TEST Review Questions. Half-Way Covenant- An agreement between the Puritan Church and its followers stating that if your parents or grandparents were.
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VUS 4 & 5 The American Revolution & Constitution The student will demonstrate knowledge of events and issues of the Revolutionary Period by…
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Social Studies Chapter 5: The New England Colonies.
History Jeopardy Who Am I? We Declare Picture This Give Me a Region First of its Kind Final Jeopardy.
Chapter 5 Section 1 1. How did the Articles of Confederation structure the government? a. loose union of the states under the authority of Congress (weak.
Accomplishments of the Articles of Confederation 1. Winning the War- The U.S. Government could claim some credit for the ultimate victory of Washingtons.
TEST #1 LESSON NOTES US History. Strategies for colonization -Spain-Government Financed-Central and South America -England – Joint-stock companies – Atlantic.
Colonization through the Civil War 1. ▪ After England defeated Spain, England could then begin setting up colonies in North America ▪ Early settlements.
U.S. History Unit 2: European Settlement of North America.
Unit One: Colonial Era. English Colonies England developed three types of colonies in North America Royal colony – a colony controlled by king or queen.
Why did we need a Constitution? Articles were weak. No national executive No national courts No power to tax No $ for Army/Navy No power over commerce.
Round 1 Ultimate QuestionWinthropsSmithsPenns Scores can be changed manually during the slide show. Complete all of Round 1 before going to the Ultimate.
Directions: Using a scratch piece of paper, make two cards. Label one card fact and the other fib. When I put the statement on the screen decide whether.
Essential Question: –Why did the Americans create the Articles of Confederation & what problems did the Articles present? Warm-Up Question: –What major.
A New Nation Standard 2. A New Nation USHC- 2.1 Summarize the early development of representative government and political rights in the American colonies,
THE THIRTEEN ENGLISH COLONIES Chapter 4. The New England Colonies Massachusetts Bay Colony Who founded it? John Winthrop and 1,000 others What.
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CHAPTER 2: REVOLUTION AND THE EARLY REPUBLIC. COLONIAL RESISTANCE AND REBELLION – SECTION 1 The Proclamation of 1763 sought to halt the westward expansion.
Standard 5. The student will explain specific events and key ideas that brought about the adoption and implementation of the United States Constitution.
CEOCE 8 th Grade. Unit 1: Colonizing America 1. How did colonial settlement affect existing Native American populations? Native Americans did not have.
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