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The Road to Revolution Test English French SpanishThe Road to Revolution Test English French Spanish
Multiple choice for each of the following questions, circle the letter of the best choice on this page. Write this letter next to the number. Then transfer the answer to the scantron
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The American RevolutionThe American Revolution
EQ: What were the most important turning points of the American Revolution against England?
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Fighting at Sea: How did the British navy try to stop American merchant ships? How did the U. S. S. ConstitutionFighting at Sea: How did the British navy try to stop American merchant ships? How did the U. S. S. Constitution
How did the U. S. S. Constitution give hope to the American navy?
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Chapter 7 Foreign Affairs in the Early Republic Lesson 1Chapter 7 Foreign Affairs in the Early Republic Lesson 1
British naval patrols stopped American ships and searched for any soldiers they thought might be British deserters
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Video comprehension questions: Why can the American Revolution also be called a civil war?Video comprehension questions: Why can the American Revolution also be called a civil war?
Why did the Redcoats maintain their formation as they returned to Boston from Concord?
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Unit 4 The American RevolutionUnit 4 The American Revolution
Paul Revere's famous midnight ride is one of the legends of the Revolution. He and other alarm riders sped through the night to warn Patriots that British troops were on the move page 251
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SlavecaravanSlavecaravan
Americas. The average space allowed each person was only about 78" by 16". [Photographs and Prints Division, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox, and Tilder Foundations.]
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Lessons on the Declaration of Independence As Part of a Unit on American IndependenceLessons on the Declaration of Independence As Part of a Unit on American Independence
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Ap us history – Key Terms / Flashcards 1756-1870Ap us history – Key Terms / Flashcards 1756-1870
He believed that government was based upon an unwritten "social contract" between the rulers and their people, and if the government failed to uphold its end of the contract, the people had a right to rebel and institute a new government
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Chapter 9 Section 1 I. The Election of 1800Chapter 9 Section 1 I. The Election of 1800
B. The election was deadlocked. Both Jefferson and Burr received 73 electoral votes, so
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Andrew JacksonAndrew Jackson
The Age of Jackson," when the political power of the Eastern aristocracies was fading before the "common man" and the Westerner. Jackson rose from obscurity to become a successful landowner, a lawyer, a national war hero
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