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Lexington and Concord, 1775Second Continental CongressThe Olive Branch Petition,Battle of Bunker Hill (1775)Declaration of Independence,Thomas Paine:Common SenseVon SteubenMarquis De LafayetteLoyalistsBattle of Trenton (1776)Battle of Saratoga (1777)Winter at Valley ForgeBattle of Yorktown (1781)Treaty of Paris (1783)Articles of Confederation (1781-88)Northwest OrdinanceShays’s Rebellion (1786)Philadelphia Constitutional Convention (1787)Virginia PlanNew Jersey PlanThe Great Compromise (Conn. Compromise)The 3/5ths CompromiseSlave Trade CompromiseAnti-FederalistsFederalistsThe Federalist PapersThe Bill of RightsFirst President (Legitimacy)First CongressTariff of 1789 (Wage economic war against Great Britain)Judiciary Act of 1789Hamilton’s fiscal plan (early 1790s)Bank of the United States (aka the 1st BUS)Washington’s Neutrality Proclamation (1793)The French RevolutionThe Battle of Fallen Timbers (1794)Jay Treaty (1794)Undeclared war with France (1797-1801)The XYZ Affair (1797)Democratic-Republicans (aka Jeffersonian Republicans)

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