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the 50 foot long bridge at Moores Creek made of logs and planks
a) was strong and sturdy
b) was at then center of a plan for Caswell's troops to win the battle
c) collapsed and was no use to either side
d) all of the above

the conflict between the East and west involved
a) slavery
b) boundaries
c) concentration of power in the west
d) concentration of power in the east

The NC Constitution, adopted December 18, 1776 did not include
a) A way for citizens to amend it
b) any compromises
c) limits on who could vote
d) a list of citizens' rights to prevent an opportunity for tyranny

The Revolutionary War ended when Cornwallis surrendered to George Washington at
a) Kings Mountain,NC
b) Guilford Court House,NC
c) Yorkstown,VA
d) Cowpens, SC

hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.
a) Constitution
b) Declaration of Independence
c) Olive Branch Petition
d) Mayflower Compact

What does certain unalienable rights mean?
a) New citizens have no rights
b) no rights can be taken away
c) only certain people have rights
d) certain rights can not be taken away

Which of the following ideas is not reflected in the Declaration of Independence
a) natural rights
b) popular sovereignty
c) equal rights
d) abolition of slavery

Who was the first president of the United States
a) Abraham Lincoln
b) George Washington
c) Thomas Jefferson
d) Thomas Wright

What was the first Governor of North Carolina (not colony)
a) William Tyron
b) Josiah Martin
c) Richard Caswell
d) Pat McCory

Where was the first state capital of North Carolina located
a) Raleigh
b) New Bern
c) Wilmington
d) Pin Hook

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