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Solving problems & making decisions within the USA Washington needs to establish the authority of the Federal Govt
Farmers is PA riot & refuse to pay Hamiltons tax GW sends army – makes them pay – Shows the power of the Federal Govt
Dealing with other countries
England & France are at War Both want USA as ally Neutrality Proclamation: GW says USA will not take sides
Little Turtle attacks white settlements Defeated at Fallen Timbers by Mad Anthony Wayne Opens up Ohio for settlement
Treaty with England England causing USA trouble in the west & at sea -want money to stop Treaty is a failure
Treaty with Spain USA may use port of New Orleans
GW gives Farewell Address 2. Avoid political parties 1.Avoid foreign entanglements Warns the Country of two things:
CHALLENGES AT HOME AND ABROAD. WHISKEY REBELLION SUMMER 1794 EXCISE TAX AS PART OF FUNDING & ASSUMPTION EXCISE TAX AS PART OF FUNDING & ASSUMPTION NOWHERE.
Foreign Policy and Washington’s Farewell Focus Question: How did foreign policy challenges affect political debate and shape American government?
Ch. 8 Sec. 1 Review - Organizing the new government - The Whiskey Rebellion.
Reteaching Activity 8-2 Chapter 8 Early Challenges.
CHAPTER 6 Launching the New Nation 1. CHAPTER 6 Section 1 – Washington Heads the New Government 2.
First “foreign” issue may actually be a domestic one US settlers begin moving out into Western territories at a quick pace Native Americans will.
Washingtons Second Term in Office. Domestic Troubles The Whiskey Rebellion –Tax on whiskey Passed by Congress in 1791 –Surplus grain was turned into whiskey.
Ch10 PPT : Launching the New Ship of State
The 1790s Remaining Neutral. The Debate over Revolution A.The French Revolution - Messy and confusing change in power. - The Dem-Reps supported Revolution.
An Infant Nation April 30, 1789 George Washington becomes President.
Chapter 6: Section 2. Explain how territorial expansion brought Americans into conflict with the British and with Native Americans. Describe American.
Washington – Jefferson – Washington unanimously elected president. Two terms Washington inaugurated in Philadelphia, Penn. Capital moved.
The Administration of George Washington. Election of 1789 Only President unanimously elected Only President unanimously elected Vice President John Adams.
Review Sheet Unit 3 Washington to War of Cabinet Advisors to the President are known as the _______________.
International Problems French Revolution Starts 1789-Revolution uses the American Revolution as its plan. Later, war begins between France and Great Britain.
Unit IV: Politics in the Early Republic I. Presidency of George Washington II. Rise of Political Parties III. Presidency of John Adams IV. Presidency of.
6.1 Launching a New Nation A New Nation. 6.1 Launching a New Nation The Issues of the Day.
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.
Early US Foreign Policy US History. Washington’s Presidency.
CH 6 Federalist and Democratic-Republicans Pg 210.
Chapter 10 B Diplomatic and Political Relations. ____________ Trouble the Nation American Revolution triggers the French Revolution: French Revolution.
Our First Constitution: The Articles of Confederation.
Americans continue to settle in the Northwest Territory against the protests of the American Indian tribes living in the area. Little Turtle goes to war.
Washington Sworn into office, New York City. Important members of President Washington’s Cabinet and Government John Adams as Vice PresidentThomas Jefferson.
Jefferson in Office Selects James Madison as Secretary of State and Albert Gallatin as Secretary of the Treasury. 1. Economic plans a) reduce military.
The War of 1812 The Second War for American Independence.
Creation of the United States Unit #3 + SSUSH3: The student will explain the primary causes of the American Revolution. SSUSH4: The student will identify.
THIS IS With Host... Your Europeans in North America The French & Indian War A Troubled Frontier & Tensions Grow The American.
Life After Washington Another War I.Election of 1796 A. First openly contested election B. Federalists nominate John Adams C. Republicans nominate Thomas.
THE CREATION OF POLITICAL PARTIES HAMILTON V JEFFERSON.
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