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PALS Cases & Docs

PALS Supreme Court Cases and Documents GA Studies

document signed by King George II establishing the colony of Georgia Charter of 1732
document signed after French and Indian War that changed Georgia's boundaries and gave land west of Appalachian Mtns to Indians Proclamation of 1763
document listing grievances against Great Britain and proclaiming our freedom from Great Britain Declaration of Independence
Declaration of Independence document signed July 4, 1776
document signed by Abraham Lincoln January 1, 1863 freeing all slaves in states of rebellion Emancipation Proclamation
U.S. Supreme Court case that said Cherokee nation was not under Georgia's control Worcester v Georgia
U.S. Supreme Court case that said slaves were property and not United States citizens and therefore no rights to sue Scott v Sandford
U.S. Supreme Court case that said "separate but equal" facilities were legal Plessey v Ferguson
U.S. Supreme Court case that said "separate but equal" was unconstitutional and ordered integration of all schools Brown v Board of Education
first constitution of the United States Articles of Confederation
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