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These 4 positions made up George Washingtons cabinet
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This act of George Washington established the Supreme Court
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George Washingtons handling of this event in Western, PA demonstrated the power of the central govt
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The concept of staying out of foreign affairs (urged by George Washington)
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Incident in which French officials demanded a bribe from U.S. diplomats under Adams
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Law passed by Adams to prevent criticism of the govt
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Law passed by Adams to restrict immigrants coming into the US
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The placing of the interests of a region ahead of the interests of the nation
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A devotion to the interests and culture of ones nation
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The acquisition of territory from France under Jefferson for $15 million
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President Jeffersons decision not to trade with any foreign country
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US foreign policy of opposition to any European interference
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Proponent of the National Bank to help solve the problem of federal debt
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Political party formed by Alexander Hamilton in favor of a strong central govt
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Political party created by Thomas Jefferson to represent individual rights and strong state govts
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This election ended in a tie between Jefferson and Burr and led to the 12 th Amendment
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The crisis event that led to the Embargo Act and ultimately the War of 1812
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The forced seizure of American sailors into the British navy
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Southern congressmen who advocated war with Britain
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U.S. President during the War of 1812
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Author of the Defence of Fort McHenry during the War of 1812
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Battle that took place after the War of 1812 where the US upset the British
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Major General who led US forces in the Battle of New Orleans
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James Madison passed this law because the Americans were losing seaman to the British
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Thomas Jefferson sent these 2 people out to explore recently purchased land
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Review Sheet Unit 3 Washington to War of 1812.
Chapter 6 Study Guide. Administration The officials in the executive branch of government.
Treaty of Greenville Native Americans surrendered most of their lands in present-day Ohio.
The First Five Presidents Notes US 1.7c. George Washington serve d two terms As President First President under US Constitution Established.
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Which of the following was one of Alexander Hamilton’s goals as Secretary of the Treasury?
EARLY AMERICAN PRESIDENTS. George Washington No Political Party VP – John Adams.
Standard: SSUSH5e. Explain the importance of the Presidencies of George Washington and John Adams; include the Whiskey Rebellion, non-intervention in.
SSUSH5 The student will explain specific events and key ideas that brought about the adoption and implementation of the United States Constitution. e.
Vocab Political Parties Events in History War of 1812 Other
EXECUTIVE EXAMPLE -National Hero -set many precedents for future leaders -developed Cabinet -defined appointment powers -expanded foreign affairs powers.
Chapter 6 Launching a New Nation: Washington, Adams, Jefferson, and Madison.
Directions: Using a scratch piece of paper, make two cards. Label one card fact and the other fib. When I put the statement on the screen decide whether.
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Section 4 The New Republic Discuss the structure of the federal government and the emergence of political parties.
Washington to Madison Test Review Ch. 10 and 11 Pick a Level Single 11, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Double 11, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,
Jefferson The Judiciary Louisiana Purchase War of 1812 Conflict Wild
Who fought on the British side in the War of He was able to get lots of Native Americans to help fight the Americans.
The First Presidency TJ and AH Federalists vs. Democratic.
Washington and the Capital City Washington Becomes President April 30, 1789, in New York City. Electoral college unanimous vote Vice President John Adams.
Washington and Adams Administrations
US HISTORY REVIEW THE EARLY REPUBLIC #MURICA. Explain two problems Washington faced as the first president of the United States. Maintaining national.
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Why was Washington reluctant about being president?
2.4 Launching the New Nation How was the US prepared to go forward as a developing country?
Washington and Jefferson NOTES! Take out your notebooks or binders!
Term II Quarterly Review. Three Branches of Government The three Branches are the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial.
Shapes Executive Branch Cabinet of advisors Alexander Hamilton Secretary of the Treasury Bank of the U.S.
Our American Presidents Washington Adams Madison Jefferson Monroe.
Getting Off to a to a Good Start: The Early National Period lasted from 1789 to The new government was tested to see if our republic could last.
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Unit 1 Section 1 Part 6 FORGING THE NEW REPUBLIC.
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Objective: understand the constitution after 1787 with emphasis on states v federal authority.
Horas 2005 George Washington John Adams Thomas Jefferson.
Challenges to the New Republic ( ). I can analyze and explain the major domestic and foreign crises that faced the United States after the adoption.
The New Nation Chapter The first presidency Washington runs unopposed for President Washington runs unopposed for President Inaugurated April.
Daily Quiz-11/5 1. The treaty shown on the map secured the A right of Americans to use the port at New Orleans. B neutrality of the United States in wars.
Week 7 Notes America Do Not Copy Students in this power point will be able to… 1.Explain the Foreign and Domestic Policies of John Adams and.
Early Republic. George Washington Who was George Washington? Home State- Virginia Commander in Chief during the American Revolution. 1 st President.
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The New Republic Chapter 8 Test Review. People to Identify: #1:____________- 1 st Secretary of State #2: __________ - 1 st Secretary of Treasury #3: __________-
A Peaceful Transfer of Power Jefferson took the oath of office on March 4, 1801, amid the construction of the nation’s new capital. The Federalists peacefully.
Challenges to the New Republic ( ). The “Father of Our Country” First Cabinet: Jefferson – Sec. State, Hamilton -Sec. Treasury
1.Explain Neutrality. 2.Explain precedent and give examples from Washington’s Presidency. 3.Explain Cabinet. Staying neutral and out of foreign affairs.
As you complete the test review, be sure to keep a running tally of how many you get right. At the end of the practice test, you will be shown what your.
Federalist v. Democratic Republicans or (Anti-Federalists)
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1 st Three President Ch 6. George Washington 1 st POTUS No Political Party – “First in War, First in Peace, and First in the Hearts of His Countrymen”
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