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The first official U.S. Government is best
described as a:
Conservatives believed in:
Radicals believed in:
To ratify something means to:
The final draft of the Articles of
Confederation placed sovereignty:
An impost can be described as a:
The Confederation Congress was established by which
of the following documents?
The Second Continental Congress produced which of
the following pairs of documents?
Which patriot wrote the Albany Plan of
Thomas Jefferson wrote which pair of documents?
John Dickinson can be best described as:
What is Richard Henry Lee best known for?
Who was Daniel Shays?
George Washington can be best described as:
How many states had to ratify the Articles of
Confederation before it officially established
the first government of the United States?
Which of the following powers were granted to
Congress under the Articles of
What was the purpose of the Annapolis Convention?
What state ratified the Articles of
Which of the following problems did Congress
experience under the Articles of
Which of the following can be described as a short-
term cause of the desire for a stronger central
Choose the correct match of country and issue that
the Jay-Gardoqui talks refer to:
What state was created out of the territory
originally claimed by New York and New Hampshire?
What did the Northwest Ordinance say about slavery?
Why is the Ordinance of 1784 significant?
What colony of Great Britain was allowed to join
the U.S. as indicated in the Articles of
How did delegates get elected to the Confederation
How many years could a delegate serve in Congress?
How many years could a delegate serve as president
For which issue did the Congress not require at
least a majority vote of all delegates?
What nationalist politician tried unsuccessfully in
1781 and 1783 to pass an amendment that granted
Congress the right to collect an impost on foreign
Which state continually refused increasing the
power of the Congress while attempting to force its
creditors to accept devalued currency as repayment?
How many delegates was each state allowed to send
How many votes does each state have in Congress?
How is taxation determined for each state?
Who manages the confederation when Congress is not
How many states must be in agreement to declare
How many states must be in agreement to amend the
Articles of Confederation?
Which state held the land claim that was contested
Who led the independence movement in Vermont?
Why did the Congress move from Philadelphia to
Princeton during June of 1783?
On what date did the first U.S. government
What river(s) did the Maryland and Virginia
delegates intend to discuss at Alexandria?
Which states would be considered landlocked, and
hoped for Congressional control of western lands?
Who would have been most affected by Jay's proposal
to prohibit American commerce from the Mississippi
In what way did states antagonize each other?
Which of the following was the most chronic problem
What were the east-west boundaries of the United
States as defined in the Treaty of Paris?
What three Americans served to negotiate the Treaty
What was the name of the first union of colonies
formed for the purpose of mutual defense?
Who surrendered at Yorktown in 1781?
Which state did not attend the Constitutional
Convention in May of 1787?
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