America's Founding Documents

America’s early history is rich with influential documents that helped shape the growth of our budding nation. These documents contain more than just laws and procedure; they shed light on the ideals and philosophies of early Americans on subjects such as liberty, religion, and the security of the common good.

Generation Joshua’s America’s Founding Documents course takes students on a journey from the First Charter of Virginia (1606) through documents like the Mayflower Compact (1620), Pennsylvania Frame for Government (1682), Resolutions of the Stamp Act Congress (1765), and the Declaration of Independence (1776) through the Northwest Ordinance (1787). Lessons average 18 pages each.

Course Stats

Total Lessons: 10

Total Pages: 169

Lesson 1: 13 pages

Lesson 2: 28 pages

Lesson 3: 10 pages

Lesson 4: 11 pages

Lesson 5: 22 pages

Lesson 6: 10 pages

Lesson 7: 17 pages

Lesson 8: 18 pages

Lesson 9: 16 pages

Lesson 10: 24 pages

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