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8th US History

8th US History STAAR #1

1607 Jamestown, 1st permanent English Settlemetn
1620 Plymouth, Mayflower Compact, Self Government
1776 Dec. of Independence
1787 Constitution
1803 Louisiana Purchase
1861-1865 Civil War
House of Burgesses 1st Assembly elected in the English Colonies
Mayflower Compact Self Government
Fundamental Orders of Connecticut 1st Constitution
Cash Crops crops sold for money
M.R. C.aN. Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire- New England Colonies
2 New PoDs New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware- Middle Colonies
Vickie Goes 2C Max Virginia, Georgia, North & South Carolina, Maryland- Southern Colonies
Marbury v. Madison Judicial Review
McCulloch v. Maryland Elastic Clause
Gibbons v. Ogden Regulate Trade
Worchester v. Georgis Ruled for Indians
Dred Scott v. Sanddord Ruled African Americans were property, not citizens and could not sue. Declared Missouri Compromise unconstitutional
Fishing, Whaling, Shipbuilding Economy of New England Colonies
Wheat, Corn Economy of Middle Colonies "Bread Basket"
Cotton, Indigo, Rice, Tobacco Economy of the Southern Colonies, Cash crops
Created by: CoachMcGough