RepublicanismA governmentwhere citizenselect others torepresentthem.FederalismThe sharedpower betweenthe federal andstategovernments.StateGovernmentThe governor is incharge of thisgovernment. Thesegovernments are incharge of publiceducation.FederalGovernmentThe nationalgovernment,the president isthe leader ofthisgovernment.Declaration ofIndependenceThecolonists"breakup"with Britain.NewEnglandColoniesThese colonieshad a coldclimate andrelied on fishingand whaling fortheir economy.Constitutiona body offundamentalprinciples thatsets rules forgovernments.PrecedentsA rule ortradition thatfuturepresidentsfollowArticles ofConfederationOur country'sfirstConstitution.Created a weakfederalgovernment.MiddleColoniesKnown as the"Breadbasket"colonies.LouisianaPurchaseThis landdeal doubledthe size ofthe US.MercantilismThe economicsystem wherecolonies gatherraw materials forthe mothercountry.ThomasJeffersonThirdpresident andbought theLouisianaPurchase.MonroeDoctrineForeign policywhere thepresident tellsEurope to stopmessing withNorth America.SouthernColoniesThesecolonies hada warmclimate andfertile soil.GrievanceAcomplaintaboutsomething.Battle ofLexington&ConcordThe firstbattle of theAmericanRevolution.Battle ofYorktownThe finalbattle of theAmericanRevolution.FarewellAddressGeorge Washingtonadvises the countryto not have politicalparties, debt, orforeign alliances.GeorgeWashingtonFirst president.Showed the strengthof the federalgovernment bystopping the WhiskeyRebellion.TariffA protectivetax onforeigngoods.Checks&BalancesA system toensure thatno branchgets toomuch power.TreatyofParisThis officially endedthe AmericanRevolution. Britainrecognized the US asan independentcountry.ImpressmentThe act ofkidnappingAmerican sailorsand forcing theminto militaryservice.RepublicanismA governmentwhere citizenselect others torepresentthem.FederalismThe sharedpower betweenthe federal andstategovernments.StateGovernmentThe governor is incharge of thisgovernment. Thesegovernments are incharge of publiceducation.FederalGovernmentThe nationalgovernment,the president isthe leader ofthisgovernment.Declaration ofIndependenceThecolonists"breakup"with Britain.NewEnglandColoniesThese colonieshad a coldclimate andrelied on fishingand whaling fortheir economy.Constitutiona body offundamentalprinciples thatsets rules forgovernments.PrecedentsA rule ortradition thatfuturepresidentsfollowArticles ofConfederationOur country'sfirstConstitution.Created a weakfederalgovernment.MiddleColoniesKnown as the"Breadbasket"colonies.LouisianaPurchaseThis landdeal doubledthe size ofthe US.MercantilismThe economicsystem wherecolonies gatherraw materials forthe mothercountry.ThomasJeffersonThirdpresident andbought theLouisianaPurchase.MonroeDoctrineForeign policywhere thepresident tellsEurope to stopmessing withNorth America.SouthernColoniesThesecolonies hada warmclimate andfertile soil.GrievanceAcomplaintaboutsomething.Battle ofLexington&ConcordThe firstbattle of theAmericanRevolution.Battle ofYorktownThe finalbattle of theAmericanRevolution.FarewellAddressGeorge Washingtonadvises the countryto not have politicalparties, debt, orforeign alliances.GeorgeWashingtonFirst president.Showed the strengthof the federalgovernment bystopping the WhiskeyRebellion.TariffA protectivetax onforeigngoods.Checks&BalancesA system toensure thatno branchgets toomuch power.TreatyofParisThis officially endedthe AmericanRevolution. Britainrecognized the US asan independentcountry.ImpressmentThe act ofkidnappingAmerican sailorsand forcing theminto militaryservice.

1st Semester Review - Pranga - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. A government where citizens elect others to represent them.
    Republicanism
  2. The shared power between the federal and state governments.
    Federalism
  3. The governor is in charge of this government. These governments are in charge of public education.
    State Government
  4. The national government, the president is the leader of this government.
    Federal Government
  5. The colonists "breakup" with Britain.
    Declaration of Independence
  6. These colonies had a cold climate and relied on fishing and whaling for their economy.
    New England Colonies
  7. a body of fundamental principles that sets rules for governments.
    Constitution
  8. A rule or tradition that future presidents follow
    Precedents
  9. Our country's first Constitution. Created a weak federal government.
    Articles of Confederation
  10. Known as the "Breadbasket" colonies.
    Middle Colonies
  11. This land deal doubled the size of the US.
    Louisiana Purchase
  12. The economic system where colonies gather raw materials for the mother country.
    Mercantilism
  13. Third president and bought the Louisiana Purchase.
    Thomas Jefferson
  14. Foreign policy where the president tells Europe to stop messing with North America.
    Monroe Doctrine
  15. These colonies had a warm climate and fertile soil.
    Southern Colonies
  16. A complaint about something.
    Grievance
  17. The first battle of the American Revolution.
    Battle of Lexington & Concord
  18. The final battle of the American Revolution.
    Battle of Yorktown
  19. George Washington advises the country to not have political parties, debt, or foreign alliances.
    Farewell Address
  20. First president. Showed the strength of the federal government by stopping the Whiskey Rebellion.
    George Washington
  21. A protective tax on foreign goods.
    Tariff
  22. A system to ensure that no branch gets too much power.
    Checks & Balances
  23. This officially ended the American Revolution. Britain recognized the US as an independent country.
    Treaty of Paris
  24. The act of kidnapping American sailors and forcing them into military service.
    Impressment