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Classic History 3

QuestionAnswer
Quakers were called what? Friends
Philadelphia meant what? the city of brotherly love
What was the war between England and America called? the American Revolution
What is a set of laws? the Constitution
The Declaration if Independence was signed when? July 4, 1776
When is George Washington's birthday? February 22
William Penn's father made him leave home when he did what? became a Quaker
Ben Franklin's father was what? a candle maker
Ben Franklin used what to prove that lightning was electricity? a kite
British soldiers were called what? redcoats
Many of the soldiers which fought under General Washington were what? untrained farmers
The plan of government still used by our country today is the what? the Constitution
The first President of the United States was whom? George Washington
Created by: defilippo