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Social Studies

Missouri History & Government

What is Missouri's state tree? Flowering Dogwood
What does the Gateway Arch symbolize? Gateway to the West
What do the grizzly bears on the Missouri flag symbolize? the state's strength and bravery
This branch makes laws and chooses state symbols. Legislative Branch
The governor is the head of this branch. Executive Branch
This branch interprets laws. Judicial Branch
What is a right and a responsibility? Voting
This document is the supreme law of the United States. Constitution
This document made slavery illegal. Emancipation Proclamation
This document gave us freedom from Great Britain. Declaration of Independence
This document was written by Abraham Lincoln. Emancipation Proclamation
This document was written by Thomas Jefferson in 17 days. Declaration of Independence
This document was approved on July 4, 1776. Declaration of Independence
What is Missouri's state flower? White Hawthorn
What is Missouri's state bird? Blue Bird
Why do we have laws? To keep us safe
What year did Missouri become a state? 1821
What is the capital of Missouri? Jefferson City
Why did Dread Scott sue? He sued for his freedom.
What was the ruling of the court in the Dread Scott Case? The Court ruled that African Americans were not citizens.
What happened to Dread Scott after he lost his case? He was ordered to return to his owner.
What were all black people considerd? Property
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