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Articles of Confederation: Quiz

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Question 1: Establishes ________–anyone can pass freely between states, excluding "paupers, vagabonds, and fugitives from justice." All people are entitled to the rights established by the state into which he travels.
Freedom of associationHuman rightsFreedom of assemblyFreedom of movement

Question 2: Today in History: November 15, ________
United States House of RepresentativesUnited States CapitolLibrary of CongressUnited States Congress

Question 3: ________: Roger Sherman, Samuel Huntington, Oliver Wolcott, Titus Hosmer, and Andrew Adams
Rhode IslandMaineMassachusettsConnecticut

Question 4: ________ and Georgia also didn't sign that day, since their delegations were absent.
South CarolinaNew JerseyNorth CarolinaPennsylvania

Question 5: For a full list of Presidents of the Congress Assembled and Presidents under the two Continental Congresses before the Articles, see ________.
Samuel Huntington (statesman)United States Declaration of IndependencePresident of the Continental CongressJohn Jay

Question 6: The Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union, customarily referred to as the Articles of Confederation, was the first ________ of the United States of America and legally established the union of the states.
LawUnited KingdomConstitutionDemocracy

Question 7: ________ (November 4, 1782– November 2, 1783)
Samuel Huntington (statesman)John JayHenry LaurensElias Boudinot

Question 8: The last draft of the Articles was written in the summer of 1777 and the Second Continental Congress approved them for ratification by the States on November 15, 1777, in York, ________ after a year of debate.
PennsylvaniaConnecticutNorth CarolinaNew Jersey

Question 9: ________ (July 10, 1781–November 4, 1781)
Richard Henry LeeThomas McKeanSamuel Huntington (statesman)John Hancock

Question 10: The ________ of 1787 noted the agreement of the original states to give up western land claims and cleared the way for the entry of new states.
United StatesAmerican Civil WarOhioNorthwest Ordinance







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