A new nation internet scavenger huntA new nation internet scavenger hunt
Click on the red highlighted links to travel to sites where you will find answers to the questions below. If there is no highlighted link in the question, the answer can be found at the site of the previously highlighted link
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Chapter 6 Study/Discussion Questions The Prospects of War Loyalists and Other British SympathizersChapter 6 Study/Discussion Questions The Prospects of War Loyalists and Other British Sympathizers
How old was George Washington when he took command of a Virginia regiment raised to resist French claims?
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Explain how the colonial and revolutionary experiences shaped America’s first attempt at self-government under the Articles of Confederation
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Thinking about history and geographyThinking about history and geography
United States government. The Articles of Confederation, our first central government, did not succeed in uniting the country. In 1787 the Constitution presented a new system of government
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The Basic Principles in the Constitution How the U. S. Constitution is built The GovernmentThe Basic Principles in the Constitution How the U. S. Constitution is built The Government
The first national government that was created was called The Articles of Confederation
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Event Summary 1 The Jamestown SettlementEvent Summary 1 The Jamestown Settlement
House of Burgesses. The House of Burgesses marked the start of representative government in the colonies, and members of the House passed laws and guidelines for moral behavior that would ensure the survival of the Jamestown settlers
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Study Guide #2 – Civics The U. S. ConstitutionStudy Guide #2 – Civics The U. S. Constitution
It is a comprehensive document that the government into and describes the of those branches, their relationships, and the between government and the citizens who are governed
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National versus State GovernmentNational versus State Government
Articles of Confederation, basically governed themselves. They feared a strong central government like the one they lived with under England's rule
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Federalist #51Federalist #51
Constitution, and not wanting to let a couple of reluctant states stop the movement toward the creation of a new national government
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The ConstitutionThe Constitution
Explain how the colonial and revolutionary experiences shaped America’s first attempt at self-government under the Articles of Confederation
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Federalist #51Federalist #51
Constitution, and not wanting to let a couple of reluctant states to stop the movement toward the creation of a new national government
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