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us constitution established the gov of this country
mayflower compact drafted in 1670 by the pilgrims at plymouth
Ulysses s. grant general during civil war, fought for north, guided them to victory
Virginia house of burgess 1619 assembly of elected rep. from VA
-absolute chronology to organize events in order from oldest to most recent
relative chronology depends less on specific and more on relationships
articles of confedaration our first constitution adopted in 1881
Daniel webster famous senator and very good speaker
bill of rights first ten amendments to us constitution
Bessemer steel process removes impurities from iron to make steel it was very important during industrial revolution
magna carta English agreement guaranteeing certain rights to all Englishmen
unalienable rights fundamental rights guaranteed to people naturally instead of by law
republic a state in which the supreme power rests in the body of citizens entitled to vote
baron de Montesquieu outlined the concept of separating the powers of gov.
representative gov power held by the people and exercised through the efforts of rep. elected by those people
democracy a system of gov where supreme political authority resides within the people
1776 Continental congress met July 4th we declared independence from great b
1607 the Virginia company of London established the first permanent colony of NA
Sam adams cousin of john Adams based in Boston he was one of the early founding fathers
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