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Wars Early America GeographyGovernment
Who was the leader of the thirteen colonies in the Revolutionary War? George Washington
How did the first Americans get to America? They crossed a land bridge
What is New York’s capitol? (Albany)
What are the first ten amendments called? The Bill of Rights
What started the Revolutionary War? Taxes and unfair laws
Were did the first people live? Near bodies of water and forests
Which country does Hawaii and Alaska belong to? USA
How do states get funds for schools and highways? taxes
When did the Revolutionary War begin? 1776
Why did the hunters cross the land bridge? They followed the animals
What is the capitol of our country? Washington D.C.
The number of representatives a state sends to Washington D.C. is based on this? Population
Who are the minutemen? Farmers in the Revolutionary War that were ready for battle in a minutes notice.
What sea did the first Americans cross on the land bridge? Bering Sea
Which country is larger USA or Canada? Canada
How many people were at the Philadelphia meeting? 55
When was the Treaty of Paris signed? 1783
What are items made by a group of Indians called? artifacts
Which two cities are at the ends of the Erie canal? Buffalo and Albany
What parts of congress make up the legislative branch? Senate and House of Representatives
Our Government. The Constitution Over 200 years ago, our Founding Fathers wrote the Constitution. The Constitution is a basic design for how our government.
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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WANTED : A “Just Right” Government. Wanted: A government that… much Has enough ________ to do its job Has enough ________ to do its job Doesn’t give anyone.
Branches $100 $200 $300 $500 $400 Checks and Balances $100 $200 $300 $500 $400 Articles of Confederation $100 $200 $300 $500 $400 Constitution $100 $200.
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Articles of Confederation and the Constitution. What are the Articles of Confederation? - There was no plan for government after the DOI - The delegates.
American Independence Day is July 4 th.American Independence Day is July 4 th. It is a special day to celebrate the birth of our country.It is a special.
Chapter 5 Things that are key in this chapter… The Articles of Confederation The Constitutional Convention The New Constitution The Bill of Rights.
Get a piece of scrap paper Number from 1 to 50 Let’s see what you know! Which one are you?
The American system of government is established by the United States Constitution. There are three separate but equal branches of government.
Essential Question: –What were the long-term problems with the Articles of Confederation? CPUSH Agenda for Unit 3.1: –Clicker Preview Questions –Articles.
January 21, Great Britain began colonizing North America in 1607 Eventually, Great Britain controlled 13 colonies in the “New World”. Each.
America Land of the Free A Story of Americas Freedom and Independence.
THIS IS With Host... Your Europeans in North America The French & Indian War A Troubled Frontier & Tensions Grow The American.
If men are not angels, what are they? (James Madisons perspective) Why are governments necessary? (James Madisons perspective) Is Madison right? Are governments.
A MORE PERFECT UNION The United States develops from a confederation of states to a unified country ruled under one government The United States develops.
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Which of the following BEST describes Jefferson’s idea of being democratic? a. being less fashionable and dressed up than the Federalists. b. the person.
Unit 5 Civics and Government Power Point Lets find out together ! What does a three legged chicken, a dog, swimmers, and a Chief Justice have to do with.
Chapter 3 Section 1. Only RHODE ISLAND did not take part in the convention because it did not believe in a stronger central government. It began in Philadelphias.
The Declaration of Independence Objective: 1.Evaluate how the fighting at Lexington and Concord affected the colonies with Great Britain. 2.Analyze.
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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Washington, DC The Nation’s Capitol Washington, DC important to all Americans including YOU! Why is it important?
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