United States History
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Unit 1 The Nation's Beginings Prehistory-1824
Essential Questions for Unit 1
Unit 2 Manifest Destiny, Civil War & Reconstruction, 1800-1877
POLITICAL CARTOON ANALYSIS
Unit 3 The Development of Industrial America, 1870-1914
Unit 4 The Progressive Era 1890-1920
Essential Questions for Unit 4
PROGRESIVE PRESIDENT ACTIVITY
IRON JAWED ANGELS
Unit 5 An Emerging World Power 1890-1917
Essential Questions for Unit 5
Unit 6 World War and Beyond, 1914-1920
Essential Questions for Unit 6
Unit 7 The Twenties, 1919-1929
Essential Questions for Unit 7
Crash Course US History #1 The Black Legend, Native Americans, and Spaniards
Crash Course US History #2 When is Thanksgiving? Colonizing America
Crash Course #3 Native Americans and the English
Crash Course US History #4 : The Quakers, the Dutch and the Ladies
Crash Course US History # 5 The Seven Years War & the Great Awakening
Crash Course US History #6 Taxes & Smuggling, Prelude to Revolution
Crash Course US History #7 Who Won the American Revolution?
Crash Course US History #8: The Constitution, Articles and Federalism
Crash Course US History # 9: Where US Politics came from
Crash Course US History # 10 Thomas Jefferson and his Democracy
Crash Course US History # 11 The War of 1812
Crash Course US History # 12 The Market Revolution
Crash Course US History #13 Slavery
Crash Course US History # 14 The Age of Jackson
Crash Course US History #15 19th Century Reforms
Crash Course US History #16 Women of the 19th Century
Crash Course US History #17 War and Expansion
Crash Course US History #18: The Election 1860
Crash Course US History #19: Battles of the Civil War
Crash Course US History # 20 The Civil War Part I
Crash Course US History #21: Civil War Part II
Crash Course US History #22: Reconstruction and 1876
Crash Course US History #23: Industrial Economy
Crash Course US History #24: Westward Expansion
Crash Course US History # 26 Gilded Age Politics
Crash Course US History 27: The Progressive Era
Illustrated Timeline Project
History Crime Scenes
Crash Course US History 8:
The Constitution, the Articles and Federalism
1. What was the original government created by the Continental Congress?
2. How long did the Articles of Confederation last as a government?
3. The only powers that were given to Congress ensured that the United States could go to war with what country?
4. They could make money but they could not collect what?
5. Though it could be changed through a unanimous vote, how many amendments were made to the Articles of Confederation?
6. What was OHIO called before it was OHIO?
7. What is the solid or main reason that the Articles were a failure?
it allowed the president to become a king
Could not collect taxes
Taxes were only on stupid things that were lame to buy
8. What was the name of the event in which farmers rose up in Massachusetts and closed the courts over farm foreclosures?
John Brown's raid
Nat Turner's Rebellion
9. Who was a fan of Shay’s Rebellion?
10. Who was in favor of the president serving a life term?
11. The first conflict that arose at this new writing of the Constitution was between states that big or small what?
12. Choosing neither the Virginia Plan nor the New Jersey plan instead something in the middle was made called what?
13. The population debate led to what plan to count slaves, but as only a fraction of people to be totally racist in that special way that our ‘founding fathers’ were good at calling for freedom but not for slaves?
14. To avoid the dominance of any one part of the government, how many branches made up the new federal government?
15. The Electoral College can put a president in office that the people did not directly put in there, which person is shown as the first example?
Rutherford B. Hayes
16. Alexander Hamilton, John Jay and James Madison contributed to the collection of essays called what?
17. Who was the author of the MYSTERY DOCUMENT?
18. How did Alexander Hamilton die?
19. The Anti-Federalists were against having a strong government dominated by what group?
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