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States became:a.Washington’s birthday.d.Christmas.b.Lexington and Concord.e.Thanksgiving.c.Independence Day.__A__50.
With the end of the war, many Americans viewed the United States as a:
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The phrase “critical period” refers to:
Which of the following gave the Confederation government the most trouble?
__D__53.Under the Articles of Confederation, western lands would be:a.divided up among the exist-ing states.d.owned by the na-tional govern-ment.b.free of slavery.e.extended to the Pacific.c.recognized as belonging to the Indians.
__E__54.The 640-acre sections created by the Land Ordinance of 1785:
__C__55.Which of the following was NOT part of the Northwest Ordinance?
The Northwest Ordinance of 1787:
After the Revolutionary War, American trade with Britain:a.was illegal.b.was limited to the West Indies.c.resumed, but without access to the West Indies.d.was minimal.e.was unrestricted.
__B__58.One serious economic problem under the Articles of Confederation was:
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