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Second Continental Congress Information SheetSecond Continental Congress Information Sheet
The 2nd Continental Congress met in Philadelphia after the Battles of Lexington and Concord on May 10, 1775. There were several new faces to the Congress including Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, and John Hancock
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Protection from Possible Tyranny: Anti-Federalists & the American Bill of RightsProtection from Possible Tyranny: Anti-Federalists & the American Bill of Rights
British monarchy. Anti-Federalists feared that a tyrannical, national government would take rights away from American citizens
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The First Continental CongressThe First Continental Congress
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Review for Unit 3 Test Section I match the quotes with the person who said themReview for Unit 3 Test Section I match the quotes with the person who said them
Stand you ground. Don’t fire unless fired upon. If they mean to have a war, let it begin here.” Cpt. John Parker
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International Group for Indigenous Health Measurement 2006 Canberra March 2009International Group for Indigenous Health Measurement 2006 Canberra March 2009
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. Requests and enquiries concerning reproduction and rights should be directed to the Head, Media and Communications Unit, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, gpo box 570, Canberra act 2601
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Unit 2 test practice questions 013Unit 2 test practice questions 013
Boston Tea Party, signing of the Declaration of Independence, French and Indian War, Boston Massacre
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17a testbank 2 Chapters 4, 5, and 6 Chapter 417a testbank 2 Chapters 4, 5, and 6 Chapter 4
The frontier settlements provided fertile ground for Great Awakening preachers, because
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Lesson Title The Roles of Jefferson and Pinckney as Founding FathersLesson Title The Roles of Jefferson and Pinckney as Founding Fathers
Indicator 4 4: Compare the roles and accomplishments of early leaders in the development of the new nation, including George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, John Marshall, and James Madison
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Dbq the Sixties Adapted from Columbia edu Historical ContextDbq the Sixties Adapted from Columbia edu Historical Context
Demanding justice, antiwar demonstrators, civil-rights activists, feminists, and members of various other social groups sought redress for the wrongs they believed they suffered. A growing conservative movement, or backlash
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New challenges: Politics of minority integration in Estonia Jana Krimpe Tallinn Pedagogical University Department of Government Narva Rd. 25, 10120 Tallinn, EstoniaNew challenges: Politics of minority integration in Estonia Jana Krimpe Tallinn Pedagogical University Department of Government Narva Rd. 25, 10120 Tallinn, Estonia
Estonian policy in the field of integration. This presentation is mainly based on the “Integration Program of the Estonian Society 2000-2007”
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Religious causesReligious causes
Its influences are still felt today. The movement began in 1517 when Martin Luther, a German monk, protested certain practices of the Roman Catholic Church. About 40 years later, Protestantism was established in nearly half of Europe
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Hamilton & Jefferson 897 wordsHamilton & Jefferson 897 words
While both Jefferson and Hamilton were instrumental in the founding of our nation, Hamilton proved to be more important, and in several ways, saved our nation from assured dissipation
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María Gpe. Bojorquez GMaría Gpe. Bojorquez G
Haitian revolution was in its way a global revolution, for its formulation was inspired by ideas of the Enlightenment, it`s process was a violent interaction between many social groups
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