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TAKS 10th Grade World History

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1. Wrote the Declaration of Independence; colonial leader - 3rd President.

2. Surge in scientific discovery in Europe

3. Power of the President to reject a bill passed by Congress.

4. Gave voting rights to all males over 21 regardless of race.

5. He wrote the Declaration of Independence - was the 3rd president of the U.S.A. and made the Louisiana purchase

6. Wrote the Declaration of Independence.

7. Pride in ones country

8. Issue of the Civil War. South believed the States had more power than the Federal Government

9. People who settle and live in a colony

10. Growing crops for the commercial sale and distribution to domestic and international buyers.

11. Guaranteed/protected basic rights of the English citizens and foundation for US Bill of Rights

12. Commander of the Continental Army and 1st President.

13. A historic period identified by some prominent figure or characteristic

14. Greek reformer who wrote a harch law code

15. 1607 first colony in America. Established representative government based on the British system of government

16. Actions or laws contrary to the Constitution as determined by the courts.

17. King/queen who has unlimited power

18. Goods sold to buyers outside the country.

19. First representative assembly in American

20. Having just enough food to survive with very little left over

21. Each branch of government has a way to restrict/check the actions of the other 2 branches

22. The rights guaranteed to individual citizens by the Bill of Rights.

23. Set up system for settling Northwest Territory

24. Year that the first 10 amendments to the Constitution were made which protected the rights of individuals from abuses of the national government

25. Average number of years people live

26. 1st 10 Amendments which guarantee individual rights

27. King of England during the American Revolution.

28. Proposed the ideas of natural rights - life liberty - property

29. Mountains - deserts and oceans

30. Chinese invention that helped make sea travel across the Atlantic Ocean possible

31. Growing crops just to support a family and not have any extra for sale.

32. Transfer of plants - animals - disease - and cultures between Europe - Asia and Africa (Old World) and North and South America (New World). It started with Christopher Columbus to the Americas in 1492

33. Government ruled by a few powerful people

34. Modern Constitution

35. Type of government where - through law - some control is placed on leadership's power such as a democracy.

36. He created the first assembly line used for manufacturing of automobiles

37. Emporer of the Byzantine Empire who wrote a law code

38. Officially ended the American Revolution

39. U.S. Constitution written by delegates to the Constitutional Convention to revise the Articles of Confederation and decided to draft a new plan of government for the U.S.

40. Government that votes for representatives who serve in the government to make and enforce law and in the best interest of the people

41. A narrow body of water linking the Persian Gulf with the Gulf of Oman causing a choke point.

42. Gothic Architecture used to show religious spirit during the Middle Ages

43. A document outlining principles of self - government for colonists. (1620)

44. Routes of human movement from one area into another.

45. Economic thinker that supported capitalism

46. Belief in one god

47. Rebirth of ideas - art - and architecture of the Greeks and Romans

48. Gave citizenship to all people born or naturalized in the U.S.

49. Battle of Hastings - centralized government

50. Organization of government whichinto three branches - legislative - executive and judicial; proposed by Montesquieu