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!!! John Locke

* Who was he? English philosopher, social contract/ natural rights = "writing went out into the world and made things happen"

* What did he write that was influential? Life, liberty, property = MATERIAL POSSESSIONS AND POLITICAL RIGHTS

* When did he write his work? 1632-1700

* Why is he significant to American history? Thomas Jefferson - Dec.of Ind. The social contract- the people create the govt, in exchange we get protection of our natural rights- if that govt is not doing its job- we have the right of revolt


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!!! Columbian Exchange

Who? Old World to new world , Spanish, Dutch, ENG

What? goods, diseases, weapons, livestock, ideas, cultures

When?

Where? New england region

Why is this significant? Helped est nation and global trade- diff process for both sides
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!!! Iroquois Confederacy

* Who
? 5-6 tribes participated

* What
? Tribes come together to show a united front- Great Council

* When? Met annual basis

* Where
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* Why is this concept significant? What was the point of Wooster talking about this in detail?
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