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Draw a time line of the years we are talking about.
CIRCLE THE PROBLEMS THAT WERE FACED IN THE EARLY REPUBLIC ERA:
On your map draw: -The Louisiana Purchase (include the year and who purchased it from who) How did it change the US?
On your map draw: - The Monroe Doctrine (include a short explanation)
FEDERALIST / DEMOCRATIC-REPUBLICANS
During the Early Republic, why were protective tariffs a good thing?
Name that President:________________ Issued the Adams-Onis Treaty that would make _________ a part of the U.S.
Name that President: _________________________ Passed the Judiciary Act. This created the _________ Court System.
Name that President: ________________________ Passed a legislative law that restricted citizens from criticizing the government called the ________ & Sedition Acts.
The Impressment of American soldiers into British navy caused the _____________.
Why were political parties formed in the first place?
What did the War of 1812 tell countries about the US?
What was Washington’s foreign policy?
What was James Monroe’s foreign policy?
Name that President:_______________ First vice-president Second President
As a president, you have to do what the country wants you to do instead of……______________________ _________________
How did the Embargo Act of 1807 impact trade?
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Although Washington had slaves, he wanted to see a gradual abolition of slavery…and supported immigration from other countries TRUEOrFalse?
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