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Unit 11: political developments in the early republic setting the stage: launching the new republicUnit 11: political developments in the early republic setting the stage: launching the new republic
Great Britain, and the election of the nation’s first western president. In addition, transportation links had been built, and many of the nation’s American Indians had been relocated west of the Mississippi River
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Sol review Packet (United States & Virginia History)Sol review Packet (United States & Virginia History)
The House of Burgesses was the first assembly of elected representatives of English colonists in North America
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1. Explain how arrival of colonists impacted the lives of Native Americans1. Explain how arrival of colonists impacted the lives of Native Americans
The House of Burgesses was the first assembly of elected representatives of English colonists in
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American Revolution Test Review (test friday, November 7)American Revolution Test Review (test friday, November 7)
Name: Parent Signature
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Pre-Test American RevolutionPre-Test American Revolution
On the night of April 18, 1775, a force of 700 British soldiers left Boston in search of a major colonial weapons storehouse rumored to be
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Intolerable Acts, First Continental Congress, Thomas Paine writes Common SenseIntolerable Acts, First Continental Congress, Thomas Paine writes Common Sense
Navigation Acts, Stamp Act, Tea Act (Townshend Acts, Intolerable Acts, Quartering Act…)
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From Borderlands to Borders: Empires, Nation-States, and the Peoples in Between in North American HistoryFrom Borderlands to Borders: Empires, Nation-States, and the Peoples in Between in North American History
Anderson, Virginia DeJohn. “King Philip’s Herds: Indians, Colonists, and the Problem of Livestock in Early New England.” Wmq 49 (1992): 183-209
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A note… this is not a complete history just my observations of what has been tested on the Multiple choice in the past… use this wisely A note… this is not a complete history just my observations of what has been tested on the Multiple choice in the past… use this wisely 
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America’s First Veterans 2010 byAmerica’s First Veterans 2010 by
After the Revolutionary War the Continential Army required men mustering out to chop two cords of firewood for the army’s use
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Let’s Get the Music RightLet’s Get the Music Right
Second, there is the commitment on the part of the Color Guard member to find the suitable uniform and to outfit himself. We shouldn’t find blue jeans and tennis shoes as part of a Revolutionary War presentation
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American Revolution Magic SquareAmerican Revolution Magic Square
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Our Revolution Study Guide ObjectiveOur Revolution Study Guide Objective
Students will develop awareness of the myths and misinformation surrounding the American Revolution and be able to draw parallels between the Revolutionary period and other historical times and events
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Important Terms 8 1-8 5Important Terms 8 1-8 5
This was the first successful colonial independence movement against a European power, 1775-1783
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Directions for map workDirections for map work
British victory on the map. Find the dotted arrow in the key that represents American troop movements. Trace over the arrow with a blue colored pencil, marker, or colored pen
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The american revolution: 1775-1783The american revolution: 1775-1783
A. All 13 colonies present delegates still not interested in independence but rather redressing of grievances
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