Historic Documents -Caitlyn Fritz

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1. #1 The general purpose of this document was to provide a general government for the 13 colonies that had won their freedom from the British.

1.1. #2 The man who is responsible for writing it is John Dickson.

1.1.1. #3 This document was structured in a essay format.

1.1.1.1. #4 This document's significant time frame is 1771-1779

1.1.1.1.1. #5 The five most important things to know about this document are: #1 Landless states such as Maryland insisted that the west belonged to the US and urged Congress to honor their claims of western land. #2 First written Constitution of the US. #3 Ben Franklin wrote the first draft. #4 The final version of this document was desided by Congress in 1777. #5 By 1779 all the states approved except Maryland.

2. #1 The general purpose of this document is to establish a perfect union, establish justice and ensure domestic tranquility.

2.1. #2 The man who is responsible for writing it is James Madison.

2.1.1. #3 This document was structured in a essay format.

2.1.1.1. #4 This document's significant time frame is 1787-1788.

2.1.1.1.1. #5 The five most important things to know about this document are: #1 Many of the founding fathers were at the Constitutional Convention. #2 The constitutional Convention was held in Philadelphia. #3 the Constitution was written in the same State house as the Declaration of Independence. #4 US constitution was prepared in secret. #5 39 delegates signed the Constitution.

3. #1 The general purpose of this document is was to promote the ratification of the Constitution .

3.1. #2 The man who is responsible for writing it is Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay.

3.1.1. #3 This document was structured in a essay format.

3.1.1.1. #4 This document's significant time frame is 1787

3.1.1.1.1. #5 The five most important things to know about this document are: #1 This was a result of the ratification of the Constitution. #2 These papers were for the constitution to run the government. #3. These papers were written by 3 very important delegates. #4 This played a major role in the intense debate over the Constitution's ratification. #5 These papers were a series of 85 articles and essays.

4. #1 The general purpose of this document was to support a firmer Union.

4.1. #2 The Anti-federalists are responsible for writing this document.

4.1.1. #3 This document was structured as in a essay format.

4.1.1.1. #4 This document's significant time frame is 1787.

4.1.1.1.1. #5 The five most important things to know about this document are: #1 This document was a result of the ratification of the U.S Constitution. #2 These papers influenced the idea of the Bill of Rights. #3 These papers weren't written by just one person, they were actually essays written by several citizens. #4 This played a major role in the intense debate the Constitutional ratification. #5 These papers contain warnings of dangers from tyranny that weakened the proposal of the Constitution.

5. #1 The Declaration's general purpose was to announce freedom against Britain.

5.1. #2 The men responsible for writing this document were Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, Roger Sherman, John Adams, and Robert R. Livingston.

5.1.1. #3 The Declaration of Independence was structured into articles.

5.1.1.1. #4 It was significant in 1776

5.1.1.1.1. #5 The five most important things about this document were: #1 Got reluctant colonists to realize that loyalty to Britain was a lost cause. #2 Explained the congress' position on the purpose of human government. #3 Listed the colonists' greivences against King George ||| to show the legitimacy of their actions to others. #4 Encouraged foreign countries to help them. #5 July 2, 1776 Continatial Congress assembled in Philidelphia and voted to break ties with Great Britain.

6. #1 The main purpose of the Northwest Ordinance was to raise money through the sale of land in unmapped territories.

6.1. #2 Thomas Jefferson was the man responsible for writing the Northwest Ordinance.

6.1.1. #3 This document was structured as a selection of paragraphs.

6.1.1.1. #4 This document was significant in 1787

6.1.1.1.1. #5 The five most important things to know about this document are: #1 Thomas jefferson wrote it. #2 It was adopted by the Confederation Congress on July 13, 1787 #3 The Northwest Ordinance set several important precedents #4 That no man born in the Northwest territory would become a slave. #5 The ordinance was the most significant achievement of Congress under the Articles of Confederation.

7. #2 The man who was responsible for writing the Bill of Rights was James Madison.

8. #1 The general purpose of this document was to give the citizens rights that the Constitution didn't .

9. #4 The Bill of Rights was structured to give and support the rights of the U.S citizens and to shape those privileges out of the Constitution.

10. #4 This document was significant in 1789 - 1791

11. #5 The five most important things to know about this document are: #1 -James Madison was the man that proposed the Bill of Rights. #2-The Bill of Rights gives us privileges that the Constitution doesn't. Such as the right to bear arms(Amendment #2), freedom of speech(Amendment #1), and no unreasonable search and seizures(Amendment #4) #3-It largely responded to the Constitution's influential opponents, including prominent Founding Fathers, who argued that the Constitution should not be ratified because it failed to protect the basic principles of human liberty. #4 The Bill of Rights was influenced by George Mason's 1776 Virginia Declaration of Rights #5 #4 The Bill of Rights was structured to give and support the rights of the U.S citizens and to shape those privileges out of the Constitution.

12. DECLARATION OF INDEPENDANCE

12.1. What is the general purpose of this document?

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13. NORTHWEST ORDINANCE

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14. ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION

14.1. What is the general purpose of this document?

14.1.1. Who was responsible for writing it?

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15. CONSTITUTION

15.1. What is the general purpose of this document?

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16. BILL OF RIGHTS

16.1. #1 What is the general purpose of this document?

16.1.1. #2 Who was responsible for writing it?

16.1.1.1. #3 How is this document structured?

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17. FEDERALIST PAPERS

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18. ANTI-FEDERALIST PAPERS

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