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1. Primary author of the Declaration of Independence. A. Richard Henry Lee B. Ben Franklin C. John Adams D. Thomas Jefferson
2. Who is credited with creating the “join, or die” cartoon? A. Thomas Paine B. Patrick Henry C. Ben Franklin D. Sam Adams
3. His resolution proposed independence. A. Ben Franklin B. Thomas Jefferson C. Sam Adams D. Richard Henry Lee
4. In what city was the Declaration created and signed? A. Pittsburgh B. Washington C. New York D. Philadelphia
5. Group appointed to create declaration. A. Committee of Five B. Independence Committee C. Sons of Liberty D. Continental Congress
6. This man was hired to print the Declaration of Independence on parchment. A. Ben Franklin B. John Dunlap C. Thomas Jefferson D. Benjamin Towne
7. According to the Declaration of Independence, where does government get its power? A. Constitution B. President C. Consent of the governed D. It’s leaders
8. How many grievances were listed against George III in the declaration? A. 21 B. 27 C. 30 D. 5
9. How many delegates signed the Declaration of Independence? A. 55 B. 56 C. 57 D. 58
10. Who said, “We must all hang together, or most assuredly we shall all hang separately?” A. Ben Franklin B. George Washington C. Thomas Jefferson D. Thomas Paine
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History Jeopardy Who Am I? We Declare Picture This Give Me a Region First of its Kind Final Jeopardy.
What basic ideas about government were in the Declaration of Independence? We the People - Lesson Seven.
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SOL VS 4.5 American Revolution How did the colonists’ ideas about government differ from those of the English Parliament? Governmental Beliefs no taxation.
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The Continental Congress The colonial leaders realized they needed more than boycotts. September 1774 first Continental Congress. In Philadelphia.
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The Constitution of the United States By Mrs. Hicks.
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