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US History Vocab I

US History, Chapter 2, Section 1 & 2

QuestionAnswerAnswer(con't)
*Charles Cornwallis
*James Madison
*John Locke
*King George III This person hoped to lower Great Britain's debt. To do so, in 1763 this person chose a financial expert, George Grenville, to serve as prime minister.
*Marquis de Lafayette
*Samuel Adams
*Thomas Jefferson
*Thomas Sense / Common Sense
~Articles of Confederation
~Bill of Rights
~Declaration of Independence
~Great Compromise
~Stamp Act In March 1765 Parliament passed this document. This document imposed a tax on documents and printed items such as wills, newspapers, and playing cards. A _____ would be placed on the items to prove the tax had been paid. It was the first tax that affected the colonists directly because it was levied on goods and services.
~Treaty of Paris
+Boston Massacre
+Boston Tea Party
+Shay’s Rebellion
+Valley Forge
+Yorktown
-Antifederalists
-Checks and balances
-Federalism
-Federalists
-First Amendment
-Loyalists
-Natural rights
-Patriots
Created by: nican290