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George Washington First President of the United States
Millard Fillmore 13 th President of the United States
Dick Cheney 46 th Vice President of the United States
Hubert Humphrey 38 th Vice President of the United States
Benjamin Franklin Founding Father
Roger Sherman Founding Father
Thesis Roger Sherman was a crucial figure in the formation of the United States based on his contributions to – The First Continental Congress – The Declaration of Independence – The Articles of Confederation – The United States Constitution
First Continental Congress
Declaration of Independence
Articles of Confederation
United States Constitution
Why do we forget?
Independence Hall by Don Fisher. Philadelphia in the 1700’s.
Why did the colonists fight the British? because of high taxes.
The Articles weren’t working, so the founding fathers got together to revise them.
Who am I? FamousPeoplefrom United States History.
SO, YOU WANT TO BE A SOCIAL STUDIES STUDENT! The Declaration of Independence declared our independence from 1. Spain 2. England 3. Portugal 4. France.
Declaration of Independence Constitutional Convention Constitution Articles of Confederation.
SOL Quiz 6 American Revolution. 1. Which of the following reasons INCORRECTLY states the justifications that Thomas Paine gave for independence in "Common.
Articles of Confederation Made by: Brooke Wagner.
The Road to the Constitution. Quick Review Declaration of Independence Second Continental Congress Approved July 4, 1776 The Articles of Confederation.
Founding Fathers and Their Contributions George Mason, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin.
By: Catherine Clark Everybody knows that there are many important people involved in the Revolutionary War, But in this powerpoint, you will see the.
Speed Dating Chapter 2. William of Orange Was given the crown by parliament due to the Glorious Revolution by signing the English Bill of Rights 1 st.
The Beginning of the Convention Philadelphia Convention 1787.
I Love Civics More I Love Civics the Most I Will Study.
Our First Constitution—the Articles of Confederation ( ) So, what were the Articles, what kind of government did they establish, and what was.
THE FOUNDING FATHERSFOUNDING FATHERS. THE FOUNDING FATHERS George Washington https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Washington Thomas Jefferson Ben Franklin.
3.1 The Road to the Constitution – many states disagreed w/Articles of Confederation - 55 delegates from 12 states gathered in Philadelphia -7.
The Constitutional Convention of 1787
Why do you think our school has rules? Write three lines explaining why you think it is important to have rules to follow. Please share with a partner.
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