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STAAR Facts 26-56

QuestionAnswer
What is a cruel and unjust government Tyranny
A form of government that is run for and by the people, giving the people supreme power A Democracy
Where was the first shots of the American rev. Lexington Mass.
Where was the first battle site of the American Rev. Concord,Mass.
What was the turning point of the American Rev. Battle of Saratoga
What place ended the American Rev. Yorktown,Virginia
What is a tax on goods brought into a country Tariff
What is a tax on goods brought into a country to protect the home industry Protective Tariff
What are rights that cant be taken away Unalienable rights
A document written by Thomas Jefferson declaring independence from England Declaration of Independence
Was the first American constitution (weak central government) Articles of confedration
Sets out the laws and principles of the government of the U.S Constitution of the U.S
Advised the U.S to stay neutral in its relations with other states George Washington's Farewell Address
Ended the french and Indian wad Treaty of Paris of 1763
Ended the American Rev. and forced out british troops out Treaty of Paris of 1783
Former slave & American Patriot James Armistead
American Patriot & Sea captain John Paul Jones
African American teacher, Patriot Wentworth Cheswell
Spanish Governor of Louisiana Bernardo de Galvez
Polish-born Jewish immigrant Haym Salomon
A member of the sons of liberty who started the Committies of Correspondence Sam Adams
An inventor,statesman,diplomant Ben Franklin
Wife of John Adams Abigail Adams
Patriot who wrote the first history of the American Rev. Mercy Otis Warren
King of England during the American Rev King George III
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