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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 for the New Nation 6.3. U.S. Neutrality French Revolution against the French king begins France and Britain later went to war. George.
Conflicts at Home and Abroad. A) Problems West of the Appalachians.
EARLY CHALLENGES CHAPTER 8 SECTION 2. PROBLEMS WITH… Americans Natives French British Spanish Did I leave anyone out…?
Early Challenges Chapter 8 Section 2. The Whiskey Rebellion The FARMERS in western Pennsylvania objected to paying a special tax on WHISKEY. Farmers attack.
Problems facing the New Nation. 1. National Debt a. America owed $ ____ million to foreign countries & $ ____ to Americans. b. To pay off the debt, Alexander.
Chapter 4, Section 3 Troubles at Home & Abroad p Under Washington, the United States dealt with challenges from Native Americans in the Northwest.
George Washington’s Early Challenges Chapter 9, Lesson 2 EQ: Why does conflict develop?
Early Challenges. Trouble in the New Nation for Washington Britain and France wanted U.S. to get involved in their conflict Native Americans aided.
Starter What was the cause and effect of the Whiskey Rebellion?
Early Challenges 8-2. Objectives How the federal government asserted its power in the West. How the United States tried to stay out of European conflicts.
Whiskey Rebellion To help pay off the war debt, Washington started to tax whiskey. Rural farmers who grew the grain to make the whiskey were angry. They.
Lesson 9.2: Challenges to the New Government Today’s Essential Question: How did the Washington administration face its problems at home and with foreign.
NEUTRALITY PROCLAMATION Inspired by our revolution, this country had one of their own in With France and England at war, the U.S. makes this proclamation.
Get a piece of scrap paper Number from 1 to 40 Let’s see what you know! Which one are you?
Ch. 8 Sec. 1 Review - Organizing the new government - The Whiskey Rebellion.
Chapter 5-2: Early Challenges Pages Vocabulary Treaty of Greenville: Native Americans surrendered most of their lands in Ohio Pinckney’s.
Challenges to the New Government 9-2. Securing the Northwest Territory Spain owned much of the land west of the Mississippi, Florida, and the port of.
CHALLENGES AT HOME AND ABROAD. WHISKEY REBELLION SUMMER 1794 EXCISE TAX AS PART OF FUNDING & ASSUMPTION EXCISE TAX AS PART OF FUNDING & ASSUMPTION NOWHERE.
George Washington’s Presidency April 6,
US History Chapter 9 Section 2. Inspired by the American Revolution, French people rebel against their government and demand liberty and equality. …The.
"I walk on untrodden ground. There is scarcely any part of my conduct which may not hereafter be drawn into precedent." - George Washington.
CHALLENGES TO THE NEW GOVERNMENT CHAPTER 9-2. PROBLEMS AT HOME COMPETING CLAIMS TO TERRITORIES Land between Appalachian Mtn. and Mississippi River
Washington & Congress Partisan Politics US History Note Page 10.
Chapter 9 – Section 2 Guided Reading Notes Challenges to the New Government – Foreign and Domestic.
Leadership Qualities Our leaders have many qualities in common. A leader like Washington would need unique qualities to help create a strong.
Challenges for the New Nation. Key Terms Use pages French Revolution Neutrality Proclamation Privateers Jay’s Treaty Pinckney’s Treaty Little.
Troubles at Home and Abroad Ch. 8 Section 3. Conflicts in the NW Territory British supplied Natives with guns and ammunition Hope to limit American settlement.
In this section you will learn how George Washington established central authority at home and avoided war with European powers.
Reteaching Activity 8-2 Chapter 8 Early Challenges.
George Washington Foreign & Domestic Disputes during the first Administration.
Chapter 9 Review Mr. Klein. Washington’s Presidency On April 30, 1789 Washington becomes president. John Adams is vice-president. Washington’s decisions.
Ch 9 – Sec 2 & 3 Review Flash Cards. Jay’s Treaty.
George Washington American President The French Problem The Whiskey Rebellion Washington’s Farewell Address.
George Washington’s Presidency CA 8 th Grade US History Standard 8.4.1, 8.4.2,
Washington’s Domestic & Foreign Policy Challenges Essential Skill: Explicitly assess Washington’s domestic and foreign policy decisions, and draw conclusions.
Challenges to the New Government Washington established central authority at home and avoided war with European powers.
Foreign Policy and Washington’s Farewell Focus Question: How did foreign policy challenges affect political debate and shape American government?
Ch:8 Launching a New Nation 8:3 Troubles at Home and Abroad Essential Question How did the actions of Britain and France affect the United States?
America’s First President George Washington set many precedents while in office Watch the following film clip and identify the precedents set.
New Nation, Early Challenges Chapter 8, Sections 1 & 2.
A.A B.B C.C Section 2-Polling QuestionSection 2-Polling Question Do you think it is right for the U.S. government to use force to keep order? A.Yes, always.
National Debt and Bonds After the Revolutionary War, the United States was in debt with foreign countries and its own people After the Revolutionary War,
Launching the Nation 10.1 Laying the foundation of Government.
Thursday, Jan Get out your spiral 2. Update table of contents DateTitleEntry # 01/22Washington’s Domestic policy notes1 01/24Washington’s Foreign.
Chapter 8 Section 3 Troubles at Home and Abroad Discuss the conflicts with Native Americans in the Northwest Territory. Describe how Americans reacted.
Monday, Jan Get out your spiral 2.Turn in homework from last week: Chapter 9 section 1 and 2 worksheet 2. Update table of contents DateTitleEntry.
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