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HIST 386 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Bicameralism, Monarchy Of The United Kingdom, Connecticut Compromise

Conclusion: The Development of the Constitution Conclusion: The Development of the Constitution Drafting and ratifying the United States Constitution was a long and arduous process that shaped the future of the new nat...

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HIST 386
Bailkin Jordanna
HIST 386 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Carlisle Peace Commission, Friedrich Wilhelm Von Steuben, Olive Branch Petition

Conclusion: The Fight for Independence Conclusion: The Fight for Independence Though the Continental Army faced funding and supply disruptions, the Patriots were able to win the fight for independence due to their strength...

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HIST 386
Bailkin Jordanna
HIST 386 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: American Enlightenment, Obscurantism, Political Philosophy

The Political Climate of the Colonies Voting in the Colonies Free white males in the British colonies in North America were expected to vote and participate in political matters. LEARNING...

History
HIST 386
Bailkin Jordanna
HIST 386 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Extreme Measures, William Ranney, Rembrandt Peale

The First Year of the War: 1775-1776 The American Military Forces The Second Continental Congress established the Continental Army in June 1775 and elected George Washington as commander-in-chief. ...

History
HIST 386
Bailkin Jordanna
HIST 386 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Sovereign People, Francis Jukes, Aquatint

A New Constitution Calls for a Stronger Constitution Delegates from Virginia and Maryland met at Mount Vernon to settle issues not addressed in the Articles of Confederation and create a model for interstate cooperation. L...

History
HIST 386
Bailkin Jordanna
HIST 386 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Cultural Assimilation, Proxy Voting, Judith Sargent Murray

We the People We the People The United States Constitution established a system of government that aims to derive its power from the people. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Describe the relationship between state and federal governmen...

History
HIST 386
Bailkin Jordanna
HIST 386 Chapter 6: The End of the Revolution

The End of the Revolution: 17791783 Georgia and South Carolina In the latter years of the Revolutionary War, the British shifted their strategic focus to the southern colonies, confident of their abilities to recruit suppo...

History
HIST 386
Bailkin Jordanna
HIST 386 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, Henry Knox, Black Pepper

The Campaigns of 1777-1779: The North and the West Philadelphia and Saratoga The capture of Philadelphia was ultimately a setback for the British because it did not lead to the capture of the Continental Congress or e...

History
HIST 386
Bailkin Jordanna
HIST 386 Chapter 1: America under the Articles of Confederation

America under the Articles of Confederation The Articles of Confederation The Articles of Confederation were the United States first governing document, and had many weaknesses. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Describe the system the ...

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HIST 386
Bailkin Jordanna
HIST 386 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: 1St United States Congress, Federalist No. 39, Establishment Clause

Ratification and the Bill of Rights The Ratification Debate The process of ratifying the proposed United States Constitution led to prolonged debate between Federalists and AntiFederalists. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Identify the...

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HIST 386
Bailkin Jordanna

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