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AP US History Notes – Am. Revolution and Confederation Congress pt1

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AMSCO p.70 Optional Terms

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AP GOV – Political Issues

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AP GOV – Branches Notes

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AP US History 10 – Middle Colonies notes Pt. 2

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AP US History 10 – Middle Colonies notes Pt. 1

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AP US History 10 – New England Notes Pt. 2

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AP US History 10 – New England Notes Pt. 1

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AP US History 10 – Southern Colonies Notes #2

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The College of William and Mary (1693)
The first college in the southern colonies


Georgia formed 1732-33
– last of the original colonies
– Established by James Oglethorpe
– for English debtors and petty criminals
– a social experiment: initially, no alcohol or slavery, but this didn’t last
– acted as a buffer between profitable South Carolina and Spanish Florida, suffering attacks by Spanish-supported American Indians

AP US History – Southern Colonies Notes, #1

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AP US History – England Notes

AP US History – AMSCO Terms 1.1

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