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Early US History Exam 2 ReviewMy layout for preparing for Identifications:1.The Liberty Songand Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania(from the lecture)a.The Liberty Songi.Who/What: John Dickenson / Rally supportii.When: 1768iii.Where:iv.Why: Made people consider itb.Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvaniai.Who/What: John Dickenson / Pennsylvaniaii.When: 1767iii.Where: Pennsylvaniaiv.Why: Parliament can’t raise revenue from coloniesc.Relationship:i.2.To the Ladiesand Consumer Revolution (from the lecture)a.To the Ladiesi.Who/What:ii.When:iii.Where:iv.Why:b.Consumer Revolutioni.Who/What:ii.When:iii.Where:iv.Why:c.Relationship:i.
3.Federalists and Anti-Federalistsa.Federalistsi.Who/What:ii.When:iii.Where:iv.Why:b.Anti-Federalistsi.Who/What:ii.When:iii.Where:iv.Why:c.Relationship:i.4.Lexington and Concord and Creation of the Continental Army (film)a.Lexington and Concordi.Who/What: First battle of the American Revolution “Shots heard around theWorld”ii.When: 1775iii.Where: Lexington / Concordiv.Why: Started everything with the American Revolution. Tensions have builtwith British. Beginning of the war.b.Creation of the Continental Armyi.Who/What: Col. George Washingtonii.When: 1775/1776iii.Where: Philadelphiaiv.Why: Americans didn’t have military power so this was a big step.c.Relationship:i.Lexington and Concord started the continental army because they realizedthat British was more of a force than they thought it would be.

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