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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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QWQW First 5 presidents in order…
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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 Cabinet Advisors to the President are known as the _______________.
6.1 Launching a New Nation A New Nation. 6.1 Launching a New Nation The Issues of the Day.
CH 6 Federalist and Democratic-Republicans Pg 210.
Foreign Policy related to the War of 1812 The Young Republic President Washington through President Monroe
America at 1800 Jefferson, Madison, and the War of 1812.
1 Powerpoint by Mr. Woodward. 2 To most Americans, George Washington was a great hero. As president, Washington faced difficult tasks both home and abroad.
Jefferson’s Presidency MRS. INGRAM. New Policies When Jefferson took office, his followers preached a ‘republican revolution’ in governmental policies.
John Adams Presidency Election of 1796– The beginning of political parties Two parties: 1.) Federalist Party a) Strong federal government. b) Promote.
Life After Washington Another War I.Election of 1796 A. First openly contested election B. Federalists nominate John Adams C. Republicans nominate Thomas.
Launching a New Nation February Essential Question ► How did President Washington and Congress shape the new national government?
Chapter 6: Section 2. Explain how territorial expansion brought Americans into conflict with the British and with Native Americans. Describe American.
Early American History: Articles of Confederation-Constitution.
With your host Mr. Bass and Mr. DeMent!! Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
THE ADAMS ADMINISTRATION – Under Washington, the 1 st Judiciary Act of 1789 was passed which established the Supreme Court, district courts,
Ch10 PPT : Launching the New Ship of State
Federalists and Republicans Ch. 6 notes 1) One of the 1 st tasks of the new U.S. gov’t was to provide the president with a bureaucracy to handle different.
Which of the following BEST describes Jefferson’s idea of being democratic? a. being less fashionable and dressed up than the Federalists. b. the person.
CHAPTER 6 Launching the New Nation 1. CHAPTER 6 Section 1 – Washington Heads the New Government 2.
Chapter 10 C President Adams – President Jefferson (____________)(___________)
THE LATE EIGHTEENTH AND EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURIES To Jackson.
Chapter 6. Washington was elected President and began to create a Government. Judiciary Act of 1789 One of the first laws passed by the new Congress.
Thomas Jefferson Well over 6 feet tall Not a good public speaker. One of the greatest writers among U.S. Presidents A renaissance man Incredibly well-read.
VA/US SOL Review of Unit 2: SOLs 5 & 6 Constitution & Territorial Expansion.
Early Growth of the New Nation Mr. McCain. SSUSH6 The student will analyze the impact of territorial expansion and population growth and the impact of.
Jeffersonian republicanism People should control government; simple government best.
What does it mean to have an “unwritten Constitution”? A: Not written explicitly in the Constitution ex. Political parties, judicial review, cabinet.
The Era of Thomas Jefferson Chapter 9. Jefferson takes Office Thomas Jefferson was inaugurated in March Thomas Jefferson was inaugurated in March.
The Federalist Era – Washingtons Life Mask Washingtons Death Mask.
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