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50:50. 15. $1 Million. Welcome to Know Your Documents Who Wants to be a Millionaire. 14. $500,000. 13. $250,000. 12. $125,000. 11. $64,000. 10. $32,000. 9. $16,000. 8. $8,000. 7. $4,000. 6. $2,000. 5. $1,000. 4. $500. 3. $300. 2. $200. 1. $100.

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Welcome toKnow Your DocumentsWho Wants to be a Millionaire

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By, Mrs. Vaughan & Mrs. Sagendorf


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This document proclaimed the United States to be independent from England.

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Declaration of Independence

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B: Declaration of Independence

A: Proclamation of 1763

D: Treaty of Paris

C: Common Sense


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This document prevented colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains.

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Proclamation of 1763

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A: Bill of Rights

B: Common Sense

C: Proclamation of 1763

D: Missouri Compromise


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This document is where England recognized American independence.

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Treaty of Paris

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A: Treaty of Paris

B: Articles of Confederation

C: Bill of Rights

D: Common Sense


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Thomas Paine was the author of this document that supported the colonies’ independence from England.

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Common Sense

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A: Bill of Rights

B: “Virginia Plan”

C: Compromise of 1850

D: Common Sense


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This document established the powers of the new national government during the American Revolution.

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Articles of Confederation

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A: Constitution of the United States of America

B: Articles of Confederation

C: Treaty of Paris

D: Gettysburg Address


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This document allowed the people to decide the slavery issue (“popular sovereignty”)

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Kansas – Nebraska Act

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A: Civil Rights Act of 1866

B: Emancipation Proclamation

C: Gettysburg Address

D: Kansas – Nebraska Act


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This document was written by James Madison and called for three separate branches of government.

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“Virginia Plan”

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A: “Virginia Plan”

B: Common Sense

C: Monroe Doctrine

D: Compromise of 1850


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Abraham Lincoln wrote this document. It said that the Civil War was to preserve a government “of the people, by the people, and for the people”.

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Gettysburg Address

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B: Compromise of 1850

A: Emancipation Proclamation

C: Civil Rights Act of 1866

D: Gettysburg Address


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This document gave African Americans equal rights and authorized federal troops to enforce the law.

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Civil Rights Act of 1866

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B: Compromise of 1850

A: Emancipation Proclamation

C: Civil Rights Act of 1866

D: Kansas – Nebraska Act


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This document provided a written guarantee of individual rights.

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Bill of Rights

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A: Constitution of the United States of America

B: Monroe Doctrine

C: Bill of Rights

D: “Virginia Plan”


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This document provided a government based on power shared between the national and state governments.

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Constitution of the United States of America

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B: Constitution of the United States of America

A: Monroe Doctrine

C: Bill of Rights

D: Gettysburg Address


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This document was delivered by Abraham Lincoln and freed the slaves in the seceding states.

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Emancipation Proclamation

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A: Gettysburg Address

B: Civil Rights Act of 1866

C: Kansas-Nebraska Act

D: Emancipation Proclamation


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This is the compromise that allowed Missouri to enter the United States as a slave state and Maine to enter as a free state.

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Missouri Compromise

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A: Compromise of 1850

B: Missouri Compromise

C: Kansas-Nebraska Act

D: Emancipation Proclamation


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This document was issued by James Monroe warning European nations not to interfere in the Western Hemisphere.

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Monroe Doctrine

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B: Proclamation of 1763

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D: Monroe Doctrine


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This compromise allowed California to enter the United States as a free state and the Southwest territories to decide about slavery on their own.

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Compromise of 1850

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A: Civil Rights Act of 1866

B: Compromise of 1850

C: Missouri Compromise

D: Emancipation Proclamation


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