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Gr 4 History Ch 11

Gr 4 History Ch 11 New Names

Articles of Confederation the first plan of government the states agreed upon after the War for Independence
Constitutional Convention meeting of representatives which created a new government for the United States of America
James Madison man who did the most important work at the Constitutional Convention; later became the fourth President of the United States
Constitution of the United States the new plan of government for our country after the Articles of Confederation failed; the plan of government still used in our country today
Bill of Rights a list of rights or freedoms added to the Constitution to protect the freedom of individuals and groups
George Washington first President of the United States
John Adams first Vice President; later became the second President of the United States
Benjamin Banneker first black American to write a scientific book; helped to plan the city of Washington, D.C.
Created by: mbrennan262