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Standard USHC.1

USHC.1 Demonstrate an understanding of the influence of the Atlantic World on the regional and national development of republicanism and federalism from 16071815.

Grade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2020

Type
Birth Of The Constitution | History in a Nutshell
Birth Of The Constitution | History in a Nutshell

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After the American Revolution, the new United States of America needed to form a permanent government of its own. Why did the Articles of Confederation fail, and how did the U.S. Constitution come to...
Bill Of Rights Bicentennial | 27:Fifty
Bill Of Rights Bicentennial | 27:Fifty

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The U.S. Constitution has become a model for developing governments around the world. Four signers of the Constitution were South Carolinians. Dr. Harry Lightsey, president of the College of...
Colonial Williamsburg | 27:Fifty
Colonial Williamsburg | 27:Fifty

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Join host Jim Welch as he takes viewers on a tour around Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. Colonial Williamsburg is a living history museum, which showcases the colonial period in early U.S. history...
Colonies and Founders | Facts of Congress
Colonies and Founders | Facts of Congress

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Before there was a United States Government, there were 13 colonies under British rule. These colonies declared their independence from British rule on July 4, 1776. After seven years of the American...
Sir Robert Worcester | James Otis 2014 Excerpt
Sir Robert Worcester | James Otis 2014 Excerpt

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Sir Robert Worcester, Emeritus Chancellor of the University of Kent and Chair of the 800th Anniversary Celebration of the Magna Carta Committee spoke about "The Magna Carta, 'Foundation of Liberty'...
James Otis Lecture Series 2014 (Full Version)
James Otis Lecture Series 2014 (Full Version)

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The 2014 speakers included The Honorable Sir Stephen Silber, Justice of the High Court of England and Wales, who spoke about "The Differing Perceptions of the Magna Carta ? The United Kingdom versus...