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ImpCon 8th History

Important Documents

Document signed by the king of England and declared the government was bound by the same laws as citizens. Magna Carta
Document signed by the Pilgrims, named after the boat they were on, also the first form of self government in the colonies. Mayflower Compact
Document written that stated we were no long a part of Great Britain. Declaration of Independence
First 10 amendments to the Constitution. Bill of Rights
This legislative body was the first form of representative government in the American colonies. Virginia House of Burgesses
This document set up the structure of our government we still live under it today U.S. Constitution
Document that stated the United States would not tolerate European intervention in Latin America. Monroe Doctrine
First written constitution in the colonies. Fundamental Orders of Connecticut
Created by: Debra R