AEPA 03 Social Studies Teacher Certification Exam by Sharon Wynne

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The serious weaknesses were the lack of power: to regulate finances, over interstate trade, over foreign trade, to enforce treaties, and military power. Something better and more efficient was needed. SOCIAL STUDIES 34 TEACHER CERTIFICATION STUDY GUIDE In May of 1787, delegates from all states except Rhode Island began meeting in Philadelphia. At first, they met to revise the Articles of Confederation as instructed by Congress; but they soon realized that much more was needed. Abandoning the instructions, they set out to write a new Constitution, a new document, the foundation of all government in the United States and a model for representative government throughout the world.

The treasure and wealth found in Spanish New World colonies went back to Spain to be used to buy whatever goods and products were needed instead of setting up industries to make what was needed. As the amount of gold and silver was depleted, Spain could not pay for the goods needed and was unable to produce goods for themselves. Also, at the same time, Spanish treasure ships at sea were being seized by English and Dutch "pirates" taking the wealth to the coffers of their own countries. SOCIAL STUDIES 23 TEACHER CERTIFICATION STUDY GUIDE Before 1763, when England was rapidly on the way to becoming the most powerful of the three major Western European powers, its thirteen colonies, located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Appalachian Mountains, physically occupied the least amount of land.

Of course, France and England also lay claim to the same areas. Nonetheless, ranches and missions were built and the Indians who came in contact with the Spaniards were introduced to animals, plants, and seeds from the Old World that they had never seen before. Animals brought in included: horses, cattle, donkeys, pigs, sheep, goats and poultry. Barrels were cut in half and filled with earth to transport and transplant trees bearing apples, oranges, olives, lemons, limes, figs, cherries, apricots, pears, almonds, and walnuts.

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