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					                                         What was the first
      Why was Roanoke Island             permanent English                     Who established the
           established?                settlement in the New                   Plymouth colony and
                                       World? When and why                           why?
                                         was it established?




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      What colony did the              Where and why did                          Who settled in
      Puritans establish for           the Quakers settle?                         Georgia?
        the same reason?




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         What was New                   What was the New
                                                                               What was New England
       England geography              England economy based
                                                                                  social life like?
        and climate like?                      on?




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         What made up New             What was the Mid-                         What was the Mid-
          England political                                                     Atlantic economy
               life?
                                      Atlantic geography
                                       and climate like?                            based on?




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                                     What made up the                         What was the geography
        What was the Mid-                                                       and climate of the
                                    Mid-Atlantic political
        Atlantic social life                                                   Southern colonies?
                                            life?
              like?




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        What was the Southern           What was the Mid-
       colonies economy based           Atlantic social life                     What made up the
                 on?                          like?                           Southern colonies political
                                                                                   and civic life?




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            Describe the                  Describe the                             Describe the
         characteristics of a          characteristics of a                    characteristics of an
         large landowner in            farmer in colonial                       artisan in colonial
           colonial times.                   times.                                   times.




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                                         Describe the
           Describe the              characteristics of an                         Describe the
      characteristics of women        indentured servant                      characteristics of a slave
         in colonial times.         during colonial times.                     during colonial times.




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      How did England impose        How did England impose
      economic control over the     political control over the                Why did England want to
             colonies?                      colonies?                           control its colonies?




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                                    What were five reasons                     What did John Locke
       Why did England tax
                                     the colonists were                       think all people have a
          the colonies?                 dissatisfied?                                right to?




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                                                                             What unalienable rights
        What did John Locke         What are unalienable                      did the Declaration of
          think about the                 rights?                            Independence say people
           government?                                                                have?




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       What are the four main
        philosophies of the                                                      Who was Lord
                                     Who was King George
          Declaration of                                                          Cornwallis?
                                            III?
          Independence?




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                                       Who was George                         Who was Thomas
       Who was John Adams?              Washington?                             Jefferson?




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                                                                              Who was Thomas
          Who was Patrick            Who was Benjamin                             Paine?
             Henry?                     Franklin?




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           Who was Phillis                                                   What was the Boston
            Wheatley?                Who was Paul Revere?                        Massacre?




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       What was the Boston          What was the First   What was the Battle of
          Tea Party?               Continental Congress?   Lexington and
                                                              Concord?




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      What was the approval of
                                     What was the Battle of                      Where did the
        the Declaration of                 Saratoga?                         Revolutionary War end?
          Independence?




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           How did the             What was the signing        Why were the
        Revolutionary War          of the Treaty of Paris? colonists able to defeat
              end?                                              the British?




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          What were the                                                      What is commerce?
                                     What does regulate
     weaknesses of the Articles
        of Confederation?                 mean?




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                                                                             What is the judicial
                                    What is the executive
         What is currency?                                                      branch of
                                        branch of
                                                                               government?
                                      government?




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                                   What was the structure of
                                                                             How did the Virginia
        What is the federal            the new national
                                    government based on?                       Plan call for the
           system of                                                          government to be
         government?                                                             organized?




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             1                                                    Separatists from the           Massachusetts Bay
                                    Jamestown was an
      As an economic                                              Church of England              Colony was settled
                                    economic venture
          venture                                                 who wanted to avoid            by the Puritans for
                                   established in 1607.
                                                                  religious persecution.         the same reasons.
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                   5                           6                  Appalachian                                8
    Pennsylvania was              Georgia was settled by people   Mountains, Boston             Fishing, shipbuilding
    settled by the                who had been in debtor’s        harbor, hilly terrain,        industry and naval
                                  prisons in England. They        rocky soil, jagged
   Quakers, who wanted to                                                                       supplies, trade and port
                                  hoped to experience a new
   have freedom to practice       life in the colony and to
                                                                  coastline                     cities
   their faith without            experience economic freedom     Moderate summers,             Skilled craftsmen,
   interference.                  in the New World.               cold winters                  shopkeepers

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                   9                                              Appalachian                                12
   Village and church as                   10                     Mountains, coastal            Livestock and grain,
   center of life                     Town meetings               lowlands (harbors and         trading
   Religious reformers and                                        bays, wide and deep             Unskilled and skilled
          separatists                                             rivers), rich farmlands        workers and fishermen
                                                                     Moderate climate
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                13                                                Appalachian                   Large
    Villages and cities                                           Mountains,                    farms/plantations,
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    Varied and diverse                                            Piedmont, Atlantic            cash crops, wood
    lifestyles
                                       Market towns
                                                                  Coastal Plain, good           products, small
        Diverse religions                                         harbors, rivers               farms
                                                                  Humid climate                 Slavery
                                                                   Lived predominately in
                17                                                the South
    Plantations (slavery),                                         Relied on indentured
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    mansions, indentured                    18                    servants and/or slaves for     Worked the land
                                                                  labor                         according to the region
    servants, few cities, few             Counties                                               Relied on family
    schools                                                        Were educated in some
                                                                  cases                         members for labor
      Church of England                                              Had rich social culture
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                                                                              23                  Were captured in their
                                                                   Consisted of men and         native Africa and sold to
                                              22                  women who did not have         slave traders, then were
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                                    Worked as caretakers,        money for passage to the       shipped to the colonies
     Worked as craftsmen in
                                   house-workers, homemakers      colonies and who agreed to     where they were sold into
    towns and on the plantation
                                    Could not vote               work without pay for the       slavery
     Lived in small villages
                                    Had few chances for an       person who paid for their       Were owned as property
    and cities
                                   education                      passage                        for life with no rights
                                                                     Were free at the end of   Were often born into slavery
                                                                  their contract.               (Children of slaves were born
                                                                                                into slavery.)



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                25                  Colonists had to obey
    England imposed strict
                                    English laws that were                    27                           28
                                    enforced by governors.                                         To help pay for the
    control over trade.                                           England wanted to remain a
                                    Colonial governors were                                     French and Indian War
    England taxed the colonies                                    world power and to get the
                                    appointed by the king or by
    after the French and Indian
                                    the proprietor.
                                                                  money from the taxes to pay   and to help maintain the
    War.                                                          for the French and Indian      troops that were in the
                                   Colonial legislatures made
   Colonies had to trade raw                                      War
                                   laws for each colony and                                             colonies.
   materials for goods.
                                   were monitored by colonial
                                   governors.
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   1.  No representation in
       Parliament                                                             31
   2. They resented the power
       of the colonial governors               30                     The government’s                   32
   3. England wanted to                                           purpose is to protect the
                                       Life, liberty and                                         Rights that can not
       control colonial                                           rights of the people and
       legislatures                        property                it only has the powers          be taken away
   4. They opposed the taxes
                                                                   that the people give it.
   The Proclamation of 1763
   hampered the westward
   movement
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                                   1. Unalienable rights
                                   2. Government is to
                                      protect those rights
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        Life, liberty and the         power from the               British king during the      British General who
        pursuit of happiness          people                       Revolutionary period.        surrendered at Yorktown
                                    People have a right and
                                     a duty to change the
                                   government that violates
                                          their rights
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                                                                                                 Outspoken member of
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                                                                                                the House of Burgesses,
                                                                       Major author of
    Championed the cause              Commander of the                                              inspired colonial
                                                                       Declaration of
      of independence                 Continental Army                                           patriotism with “Give
                                                                       Independence
                                                                                                  me liberty or give me
                                                                                                      death” speech
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   Prominent member of
                                               42                 A former slave who                       44
   Continental Congress,                                                                        Patriot who made a daring
                                   Journalist who wrote           wrote poetry and plays
   helped frame the                                                                             ride to warn the colonists
                                   Common Sense                   supporting American           “The British are coming”
   Declaration of
                                                                  independence
   Independence
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                45                 Samuel Adams and Paul                47                                 48
     Colonists in Boston            Revere led Patriots in  Delegates from all colonies          This was the site of the
                                                             met to discuss problems
    were shot after taunting        throwing tea into the                                         first armed conflict of
                                                               with England and to
     the British soldiers.         Boston Harbor to protest   promote independence               the Revolutionary War
                                          tea taxes
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                                                                                                The colonial forces won
    Colonies were declared        This American victory                     51
                                                                                                at Yorktown and
      independent from           was the turning point for        Yorktown, Virginia
                                                                                                General Cornwallis
   England on July 4, 1776.              the war.
                                                                                                surrendered



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                                             54                  1. Provided for a weak
                                                                 national government
                                 1. They were defending
                                                                 2. Gave congress no power
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   England recognized                beliefs and principles      among states
                                                                                                 To control according
   American independence         2. They had the support         3. Provided for no common
   in this treaty.                   of France and Spain         currency                              to a rule
                                                                 4. Gave each state one vote
                                 They had strong
                                                                 regardless of size
                                 leadership                     Provided for no executive or
                                                                judicial branch of government


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    The buying and selling                   58                   The chief officer of a                  60
          of goods                    Paper money                   government (i.e.                Courts of law
                                                                       President)



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     A system that divides the               62                             63
       governmental powers          James Madison’s                Into three separate
   between national government        Virginia Plan             branches of government
     and states’ governments




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                       Pass the Chicken                                                         Pass the Chicken

  What you will need:                                                      What you will need:
          Rubber chicken                                                          Rubber chicken
          Topic cards                                                             Topic cards

  How to Play:                                                             How to Play:
          In this game nobody wants to hold the chicken!                          In this game nobody wants to hold the chicken!
          To begin, all students sit or stand in a circle.                        To begin, all students sit or stand in a circle.
          Select one person to be IT. That person holds the                       Select one person to be IT. That person holds the
           chicken.                                                                 chicken.
          The teacher or "caller" reads a question to the                         The teacher or "caller" reads a question to the
           person holding the chicken.                                              person holding the chicken.
          As soon as the "caller" says, "Pass the Chicken" the                    As soon as the "caller" says, "Pass the Chicken" the
           person holding the chicken passes it to the right.                       person holding the chicken passes it to the right.
           Students quickly pass the chicken around the circle.                     Students quickly pass the chicken around the circle.
          If the chicken returns to the original holder before                    If the chicken returns to the original holder before
           he/she can answer the question, the holder goes in                       he/she can answer the question, the holder goes in
           the mush pot.                                                            the mush pot.
          If the person finishes answering the question before                    If the person finishes answering the question before
           it gets to him/her, the person holding the chicken is                    it gets to him/her, the person holding the chicken is
           now IT.                                                                  now IT.
          Game continues until everyone has a chance to be IT.                    Game continues until everyone has a chance to be IT.
          Scoring is not necessary for this game.                                 Scoring is not necessary for this game.
          It may get a little noisy.                                              It may get a little noisy.




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