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Staar 2013

Mrs t's staar 2013

Texas and California were both what to Mexico territory
The following events occurred in what time period * intolerable acts * first continental congress convened * thomas paine's Common Sense published The revolutionary era
What plan linked the New Jersey Plan and the Virginia Plan together The Great Compromise
Black Codes was ma name given to laws passed by southern governments that limit the effects of the Reconstruction Amendments
Which problem did George Washington encounter when he became president the United States had large war debts from the American Revolution
how did geography influence the early economic development of New York, Boston, and Charleston natural harbors provided access to markets
during the early 1800s many young women in New England were employed outside their homes as cloth weavers in textile mills
due process of law includes the following *guarantee of a speedy trial *protectiion from cruel and unusual punishment and one more protection from cruel and unusual punishment
After the end of the Revolutionary War, states were eager to expand into newly available territory west of the Appalachian Mountains. This conflict was addressed by the - norhtwest ordinance
major impact of Unle Tom's Cabin was support grew for the abolitionist movement
British colonists objected to the Proclamation of 1763 because they - resented the limits it imposed on westward expansion
The Thirteenth Amendment allowed African Americans in the South to move elsewhere
With hope to stay on their lands and resolve the issue without violence the Cherokee Nation did what after they refused to move off of their land challenged Georgia's anti-Cherokee laws before the Supreme Court
when citizens report for jury duty, they are helping uphold a constitutional right guaranteed by the sixth amendment
the Puritans founding the Massachusetts Bay Colony; Roger Williams banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony and forming a new colony; and Anne Hutchinson being expelled from the Massachusetts Bay Colony all have what in common the establishment of the principle of religous freedom
catholics immigrated to the Maryland colony in the seventeenth century primarily to escape persecution
what reversed the Supreme Court ruling in the Dred Scott v. Sandford case the fourteenth amendment
the US annexation of this state, and the border dispute caused the US Mexican War Texas
what was one major effect of the opening of the Erie Canal the cost of shipping goods from the Midwest decreased
the primary goal of the American Temperance Society was to decrease the consumption of alcohol
Patrick Henry opposed ratifying the US Constitution because he believed that under it - the states would surrender too much power to the federal government
Who did the First Contenental Congress elect to be the General and Commander in chief George Washington
the Tenth Amendment is most clearly an example of federalism
What was an effect of the Industrial Revolution on US women in the early nineteeth century women seeking work migrated from rural communities to cities
What was a result of the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 fighting broke out between proslavery and antislavery groups in Kansas
What precedent was established by the Supreme Court ruling in Marbury v Madison Federal courts could determine the constitutionality of a law
After General Robert E Lee's surrender at Appomattox Court House, the main priority of the United States was to implement a plan to bring Confederate states back into the Union
What was the location of Elizabeth Cady Stanton's house and the Women's Rights National Historical Park Seneca Falls New York
The first amendment guarantees this - religious and political freedom
in 17887 the US was at a crossroads. Farmers in western Massachusetts had rebelled the year before over property taxes, The state struggled to end the rebellion. Events such as this one contributed to the decision to - restructure the federal government
How did the developement of the facoty system encourage urbanization workers moved closer to manufacturing centers
we hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable Rights... refers to rights that people - have as a result of being human
in 1787, congress awarded John Paul Jones the Congressional Medal in honor of his "valor and brilliant services" during the Revolutionary War. What accomplishment was congress recognizing commanding a victory at sea against the British navy
after the War of 18112, thousands of settlers and immigrants moved to the western frontiers of the US in search of farming and business opportunities. In response the government started building roads. This transportation network was intended to - promote the free enterprise system
the significance of the Mayflower Compact was it established a form of self government based on a social contract
The War of 1812 was ended with this treaty the Treaty of Ghent
George Mason refused to sign the Constitution and opposed its ratification because he believed that it - did not adequately protect individuals from government abuse
the first political parties in the US were established in the 1790s largely because of the political differences between Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton
What was a characteristic of the Era of Good Feelings there was a renewed sense of nationalism
the introduction of interchangeable parts led directly to the use of mass-production techniques
distance from Great Britain, the need for lawmaking structure, and traditional rights of Englishmen led the American colonists to establish their own representative government
The group that would be responsible for answering theses questions would be * How do we finance a war * Who has the powers to negotiate treaties *What prevents the executive from becoming too powerful Delegates writing the Articles of Confederation
The Bessemer steel process affected westward expansion in the United States by enabling railroads to be built in order to carry people and goods to the West
How did the plantation system influence the economic development of the United States it turned the South into a major producer of the cotton used in the northern mills
*Congress passes a bill * the president vetoes the bill *Congress overrides the presidential veto which principle of US government is illustrated in the sequence shown above checks and balances
The growth of railroads during the nineteenth century affected US business by opening new markets for goods
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