Early Rebellions Mini-lesson
As a new country, the United States experienced a lot of growing pains. This mini-lesson highlights some of the citizen rebellions that occured in the nation's first decades, and how the government grew to respond. It always boiled down to one thing... money.
- Recognize how various individuals and groups contributed to the development of the U.S. government.
- Trace the impact of significant events that surrounded the founding of the United States.
- Big Ideas: Articles of Confederation, taxation, Shay’s Rebellion, Whiskey Rebellion, national debt, Fries’s Rebellion, tax collectors, stronger national government
Resources for this lesson are available in print and digital form. A free teacher account is required to access them. Log in or register below.