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Is for Abraham Lincoln and he is famous for ending slavery for good in the united states.
Is for great Briton and is the one who took use over.
Is for the civil war and that was about slavery in the north and south.
Is for Delaware because we signed the declaration of independence.
Is for Emancipation proclamation because president Lincoln freed the slaves and the confederacy.
Is for the freedom of the united states.
Is for gold and how we us to pay for things.
Is for all the horrible deaths that came by making this country the way it is.
Is for the declaration of independence and that made this country.
Is for john Hancock Was famous for all the great things he did in his life.
The ku klucks Klan is a Klan who hurt or killed anyone who helps the black people.
Is for legislative for all the things they did for use and made the country work.
Is for the military and how they helped use win a lot of wars.
Is for the native Americans an how they a cupid this area before we did.
Is for the president obama and how he was the first black president
Is for Plymouth plantation and for all the slaves that were there.
Is for the queen of England for keeping her thrown for a long time.
Is for the revolution and how it changed the united states forever.
Is for the survivors of the wars that has past and how they helped use stay a free country.
Is for how Texas fought against the French and died for there country.
Is for the united states and how we went threw all the hardships to get were we are today.
Is for all the veterans that died fighting this wars that we needed to stay free from rule.
Is for how the white and black could not get along just because of the color of there skin.
Is for the xyz affairs and what they did for the citizens of the united states.
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