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(B) Provisions of the Constitution relative to the Congress: 1.

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Impeachment ... 1 To the Teacher: It will be well to have the pupils fill in the blanks from their careful study of the provisions of the Constitution. It is recommended that the outline be placed on the blackboard for this purpose, and that it be filled in by various pupils.

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APPENDIX B — PRESIDENTS AND VICE-PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES

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1 None of the candidates having a majority, the choice of President devolved upon the House of Representatives. ? Jackson was born on the border line between North and South Carolina, in a district wbich later became a part of North Carolina.

APPENDIX C - THE STATES CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO

ORIGIN 1

1. The thirteen original States:

Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, South Carolina, New Hampshire, Virginia,

New York, North Carolina, Rhode Island.2 2. States formed directly from other States:

Vermont from territory disputed between New York and New
Hampshire; Kentucky from Virginia; Maine from Massachusetts;

West Virginia from Virginia.
3. States from the Northwest Territory (f 198): -
Ohio
Illinois

Wisconsin
Indiana
Michigan

Minnesota, in part 4. States from other territory ceded by States:

Tennessee, ceded by North Carolina
Alabama, in part ceded by South Carolina and Georgia

Mississippi, in part ceded by South Carolina and Georgia
5. States from the Louisiana Purchase (228):
Louisiana, in part Nebraska

Montana, in part
Arkansas
Iowa

Minnesota, in part
Missouri

North Dakota Wyoming, in part
Kansas, in part South Dakota Colorado, in part

Oklahoma, in part
6. States from the Florida Purchase (1 254):
Florida

Louisiana, in part Mississippi, in part

Alabama, in part 7. State by annexation (1 280): –

Texas 8. States from territory defined by treaty with Great Britain (285):Oregon Washington

Idaho
Montana, in part Wyoming, in part
9. States from Mexican cessions (290):

California Wyoming, in part New Mexico, in part
Nevada

Colorado, in part Arizona, in part
Utah

Oklahoma, in part Kansas, in part 10. States from the Gadsden Purchase († 290):

New Mexico, in part Arizona, in part

1 The States which, as a preliminary to admission, have never been Territories of the United States, are, in addition to the original thirteen, Maine, Vermont, Kentucky, West Virginia, Texas, and California.

> Arranged in order of adoption of the Constitution.

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