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Liam Hayes' Stack

8th grade U.S. History

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What precedents did George Washington set for future presidents? He resigned after two terms, and he assigned a new cabinet member.
What country was America conflicting with during the beginnings of their independence? They were being attacked by the French.
What was the proclamation of 1763? It was a law passed by the British to keep the colonists from passing beyond the Appalachian mountains.
Why were the Alien and Sedition Acts unconstitutional? They denied freedom of speech for immigrants.
Who were the Iroquois? They were a group of Native Americans who lived near the Great Lakes. They allied the British in the French and Indian War.
Created by: lrh1407