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Chapter 6 Section 2

1775-1783 the colonies declare independance

Fill in the blankhere
Tomas Pain wrote _________________ & ________________ Common Sense & The Crisis
There was _____ turning back once the delegates had decided to separate from Britain NO
The committee asked _____________ _____________ to write the Declaration of Independance Thomas Jefferson
The committee consisted of John Adams, _____________ ____________, Thomas Jefferson, _____________ ____________, and Roger Sherman Benjamin Franklin, Robert Livingston
The Natural Rights of every man were ___________, ___________, and ________________________________ life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness
The largest part of the Declaration of independence was ________________________________________ the list of British wrongs
The deleted paragraph in the Declaration of Independence was on the topic of _________________ slavery
The last part of the Declaration concludes that the colonies are ________________________________________________ now the United States of America
Created by: lablover