Name that Colony
Amendments
1st Amendment
Govt Qualifications
Rev War Battles

100

This colony was given as a gift to a Quaker leader who promoted religious tolerance
What is Pennslyvania?

100

The first ten amendments were widdled down from hundreds to appease Anti Federalists that feared the constitution gave too much power to the national government
What are the bill of rights?

100

Rebellious colonists first attempts to address their grievances with Great Britain resulted in the gathering of signatures that showed support of their mistreatment
What is the right to petition?

200

The most heavily populated colony, home to George Washington and Thomas Jefferson
What is Virginia?

200

This amendment put an end to slavery in the United States under President Lincoln
What is the 13th Amendment?

200

The most historic examples of this right were exersized during the 1960's Civil Rights movement
What is the right to peacefully assembly?

300

Founded as a debtors colony and a buffer against the Spanish territory of Florida
What is Georgia?

300

This amendment says you have protections against searches and seizures without a just cause?
What is the fourth amendment?

300

Freedom of speech is a protected right unless it is untruthful, making up lies about someone is this kind of speech and is not protected by the first amendment
What is slander?

400

Originally founded by the Dutch, this colony was taken over for is strategic harbor.
What is New York?

400

This amendment gave all citizens the right to vote regardless of their gender
What is the 19th amendment?

400

The freedom of the press is a protected right except when journalists forget to check their facts and in that case could be charged with this crime
What is libel?

500

Named after the king's wife, this colony was given to George Calvert as a refuge for English Catholics
What is Maryland?

500

This amendment protects my right to not wear a helmet, unless my state says I must.
What is the tenth amendment?

500

Thomas Jefferson coined this phrase relating to the right to worship freely and keeping religious rules apart from laws.
What is separation of church and state?