VS 6 a-c New Nation
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After the Revolutionary War, Virginia's agricultural base began to change and large numbers of Virginians moved to find better _____ and new opportunities. (VS 6c) *
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Who believed in the importance of having a U.S. Constitution and kept detailed notes during the Constitutional Convention? (VS 6a) *
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The "Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom," written by ______, stated that all people should be free to worship as they please. (VS 6b) *
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Who earned the title “Father of the Constitution.” (VS 6a) *
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As Virginians moved west and south, they took their enslaved people, traditions, ideas and ___________ with them. (VS 6c) *
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The __________ allowed farmers to grow more wheat with fewer workers. (VS6c) *
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Settlers crossed the Appalachian Mountains and went through the ________ as they migrated to new lands in the west. (VS 6c) *
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He was Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army and provided the strong leadership needed to help the young country and a model of leadership for future presidents. (VS 6a) *
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Who is often called the “Father of Our Country.” (VS 6a) *
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The development of the ________ led to the opening of new lands in the south and attracted settlers from Virginia. (VS6c) *
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The "Virginia Declaration of Rights," written by _____________ stated that all Virginians have many rights, including the freedom of religion and freedom of press. (VS 6b) *
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Which document was written by George Mason? (VS 6b) *
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Which document was written by Thomas Jefferson? (VS 6b) *
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Many _____________ were sold to people who lived in other southern states and western territories, permanently separating families by hundreds of miles. (VS6c) *
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Virginians crossed the _____ Mountains as they migrated to new land in the west. (VS 6c) *
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