Unit Two | American Government
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Chapter 5: Constitutional Beginnings
- Anne Bradstreet Poetry—Poetry of Bradstreet with a brief biography
- Scene at the Signing of the Constitution by Howard Christy—Information about the painting with a biography of Christy and his work
- Oxford English Dictionary Online
- John Locke's Second Treatise on Civil Government—Full text of the treatise
- The Federalist Papers—Online text of the 85 letters by Madison and Hamilton, collectively known as the Federalist Papers
- Anti-Federalist Papers—Links to text of correspondence between the authors of the Federalist Papers and their opponents
- Virginia Declaration of Rights—Used as a basis for the United States Constitution Bill of Rights
- Virginia House of Burgesses (Colonial Williamsburg)—Colonial historic sites and buildings in Williamsburg, VA
- Works of Art in the Capitol Complex—Contains some details with pictures of artworks in the U.S. in the past.
- Mount Vernon—Interactive site of George Washington's estate with pictures, virtual tour, history lessons, and more
- Independence Hall—Site for visiting Independence Hall. Check out history and education links
- National Park Service—Takes care of nearly 400 natural, cultural, and recreational national parks across the nation.
- Annapolis Convention—Official report from the convention
- Constitutional Convention Records (Farrand's Records)—Farrand's Records of the Constitutional Convention published in 1911
- Madison’s Notes on the Constitutional Convention—Notes arranged according to calendar, from Avalon Project – Yale University
- The Stamp Act (1765)
- Declaration of Independence
- Thomas Paine—Primary sources to his religious and political writings
- John Locke—Two Treatises of Government
Chapter 6: The Constitutional Cornerstone
Current Congressional Action
- Senate—Official U.S. Senate site
- House of Representatives—Official U.S. House of Representatives site
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
- District Court Jurisdictions—Easy-to-use tools to find the U.S. courts nationwide
- State Constitutions—A list of federal and state legislation and constitutions
- State County Census—General statistics on people and businesses in each State and the U.S.
- Congressional Record—Official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress
- Billy Sunday (BibleBelievers.com | BillySunday.org (audio) ) — A former professional baseball player from 1883 to 1891 who became one of the most influential American evangelists
- Cramer v. United States (1945)—Full text of the court opinion
- Haupt v. United States—Full text of the court opinion
- Kawakita v. United States—Full text of the court opinion
- Aaron Burr Treason Trial—Thorough examination and explanation of the Burr treason trial
- Tokyo Rose—Official FBI information on "Tokyo Rose"
- John Brown—PBS article on Brown and his work
Chapter 7: Federalism
- Bundestag—Information about the German parliament; live webcast included
- State Governments—Directory of official state websites for the United States arranged by state and also by topic
- Federal Government—Official U.S. government site that describes the structure and role of the Federal government
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