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Day 1: Massachusetts Revolts p. 140-145
*Lexington and Concord, April 19, 1774 *Minutemen Redcoats *Paul Revere, William Dawes Second Continental Congress Battle of Bunker Hill (Breed’s Hill) Olive Branch Petition *Thomas Paine: Common Sense **Day 2: Continental Congress and Declaration of Independence p. 145-155
*Natural Rights Philosophy John Locke, Second Treatise of Government George III Richard Henry Lee’s Resolution of June 7, 1776 *Thomas Jefferson Benjamin Franklin , Roger Sherman , Robert Livington July 4, 1776 and the Declaration of Independence Somerset Case (in Great Britain) Quock Walker case, Massachusetts Day 3: Revolutionary Victory p. 156-163
*Loyalists *Patriots *George Washington *Continental Army
1786 *1780's Depression **Day 6: Constitutional Convention p. John Adams. reasons for it *Major battles: Saratoga Valley Forge Yorktown Lord Cornwallis *Treaty of Paris. 176-177 *New state constitutions during the Revolutionary War and after Pennsylvania militia routs Congress. 1783 Benjamin Franklin. 1787 Newburgh Conspiracy *Articles of Confederation: powers. 177-182 . 164-176 Ratification *Virginia Maryland Land Disputes Disestablishment. successes Day 5: Shay’s Rebellion p. boundaries Social impact of the war **Day 4: Articles of Confederation p. John Jay French and British Intrigue over U. 1783 *Shay’s Rebellion Annapolis Convention. Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom New state constitutions (Massachusetts adopted by popular vote) Land Ordinance of 1785 *Northwest Ordinance. weaknesses.S.*Abigail Adams Lafayette Benedict Arnold Robert Morris (1734-1806) John Paul Jones (1747-1792) Bonhomme Richard and the Serapis Conway Cabal *French Alliance of 1778.
The Spirit of Laws John Locke. Madison .Constitution: Preamble Constitution: Legislature Constitution: Logrolling Constitution: Riders Constitution: Quorum Constitution: Seniority Constitution: Committee system Constitution: Majority leader Constitution: Majority whip Constitution: Minority leader Constitution: Minority whip Constitution: Gerrymander *Constitution: Bills become law *Constitution: House of Representatives *Constitution: Senate *Constitution: Executive branch *Constitution: Judiciary branch Constitution: Interstate relations Constitution: The amendment process Constitution: Supremacy clause Constitution: Ratification *Constitution: Checks and balances *Constitution: Separation of power *New Jersey Plan *Virginia Plan *Great Compromise Philadelphia Convention for the Constitution (Constitutional Convention) Montesquieu. Jay. Hamilton. New York. "Father of the Constitution" *Day 7: Federalist vs. AntiFederalist p. 183-189 *Antifederalists Supporters of the Constitution Opponents of the Constitution Patrick Henry (1736-1799) Sam Adams The ratification fights. especially in Massachusetts. and Virginia *The Federalist Papers. Second Treatise of Government Hobbes (1588-1679) *James Madison.
190-195 President George Washington Vice-president John Adams *Judiciary Act. 3/5 Clause Procedures for amendments Beard thesis. of the Treasury Hamilton Sec. foreign debt *Excise taxes Report on Manufactures Residence Act *Whiskey Rebellion *Washington’s Farewell Address Noah Webster (1758-1843) Day 11: First Political Parties p. reasons for it *Tariff of 1789 *Bank of the U. Connecticut Plan North-South Compromises *Slavery and the Constitution: slave trade. 1789 *Sec. 1791 George Mason Day 10: Washington as President p. New Jersey Plan. proposals.S. 196-199 . of War Knox Attorney General Randolph *Hamilton’s Program: ideas. of State Jefferson Sec. # 10" Day 8: The Constitution and Slavery Great Compromise Virginia Plan. his critics *Day 9: The Bill of Rights Bill of Rights adopted. state debt."The Federalist. *National debt.
Vice-president Jefferson New states: Vermont. necessary and proper clause **Loose.C. circumstances surrounding it Major L’Enfant.. Benjamin Banneker Federalists and Democratic-Republicans *Federalists / Democratic-Republicans: Party leaders and supporters *Federalists / Democratic-Republicans: Programs *Federalists / Democratic-Republicans: Philosophies *Federalists / Democratic-Republicans: Foreign proclivities Election of 1796: President Adams. Tennessee Federalists and Democratic-Republicans .**Implied powers. elastic clause. Kentucky. strict interpretation of the Constitution Location of the capitol: Washington D.