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Results? Continental Army: ---- Loyalists:----- Tories:--- Rebels/patriots:--- The Loyalists: US Constitution:--- Toll of War: What is this? Who was impacted? A Global Conflict: Saratoga 1777 o Importance? Indian Peoples and the Revolution in the West: 7
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Cherokee, Creeks, Choctaws and Chickasaws in the S. Oneidas and Tuscarora supported the patriots. A Brief note about the Cherokee war of 1776-1777 Who did the Cherokee support and why? Chickamauga faction, ( Dragging Canoe ) o How did he impact the Cherokee generally? o Results? The War in the South: Cornwallis Battle of Kings Mountain o Battle of Cowpens . Lt. Col. William Wash. The Yorktown Surrender: Importance? Lord North The Articles of Confederation: Some Problems of the Article of Confederation: 1 2 3 4 Where was the AOC flawed? How could it improve? Why was it designed so “weak?” Negotiating Independence: Sept. 3, 1783 Peace talk began in July 1782. Franklin and his impact Potential Coup d’état…Why? About what? How was it resolved? Washington Problems in the West (that is west of the Apps ): 8
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State of Franklin: Where was this and why important? Jefferson The New Democratic Ideology: Ordinary people ---How are they involved in gov. now? Northwest Ordinance of 1787 :--- New States: Declaration of Rights: o Bill of Rights, or the first 10 amendments to the US Constitution. Bill of Rights:--- NJ Constitution What is interesting about this state constitution? “free white male citizens.” Thomas Jefferson Bill for Establishing Religious Freedom:--- Why important? Why did Jefferson think this was some of his best work? African Americans and the Revolution: Jefferson and Washington o gradual emancipation ….What is this and why? Ch. 8 The New Nation 1786-1800 The Crisis of the 1780’s: Shays Rebellion: What is this and why important? Daniel Shay The Economic Crisis: Why? 9
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Inflation:--- : State Remedies: Tariffs:--- New Nat. Gov.: Annapolis Convention:--- The New Constitution: The Constitutional Convention: VA Plan:--- US Constitution Federalists and Anti-Federalist Who and why? Federalist Papers o Hamilton and Others The Bill of Rights Civil Liberties --- *You should know the basic principles of the American Bill of rights/Amendments 1-10* Matching columns of Amendments to Rights guaranteed. 1 st Amendment---- Press a. Censorship---- 2. Assembly---- 3. Petition---- 4. Limits of the 1 st : No violence Slander ---- Libel-------- 2 nd Amendment ---“keep and bear arms” 3 rd Amendment---- 4 th Amendment---- 10
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5 th Amendment---- 6 th --- Speedy trial 7 th --- Civil Cases--- 8 th --- No excessive bail 9 th --- Implied Civil Rights ---- 10 th --- States Rights The First Federal Administration and Washington Presidency: “cabinet.”--- 1. 2. 3. 4. Federal Judiciary: Judiciary Act of 1789:--- American Foreign Policy: Edmond Genet The United States and Indian Peoples: I ntercourse Act:--- Shawnees, Delaware’s , Miami’s and others What is Pan-Indian conflict? Gen. Arthur St. Clair The Crisis of 1794: 11
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Whisky Rebellion Treaty of Greenville:--- Washington’s Farwell: Isolationist policy o His advice?
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