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1 AMERICAN HISTORY “ I won because I learned!” A New Nation Review!

2 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 PrecedenceTreatiesWar of 1812 RebellionParties

3 Precedence $100 QUESTION: QUESTION: While no one campaigned for president during the first election, ______________ won the election unanimously and was inaugurated here.

4 QUESTION: QUESTION: While no one campaigned for president during the first election, ______________ won the election unanimously. ANSWER: - George Washington; New York City Precedence $100

5 QUESTION: QUESTION: Washington felt that the position of President should be grand so he told people to call him… Precedence $200

6 Precendence $200 QUESTION: QUESTION: Washington felt that the position of President should be grand so he told people to call him… ANSWER: ANSWER: Mr. President Mr. President

7 Precedents $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: Presidents followed this Washington idea for more than a century. This decision by Washington turned into the 22 nd Amendment.

8 Precedents $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: Presidents followed this Washington idea for more than a century. This decision by Washington turned into the 22 nd Amendment. ANSWER: ANSWER: Stepping down after 2 terms

9 Precedents $400 QUESTION: QUESTION: After he stepped down after two terms, Washington recommended these two things in his farewell address.

10 Precedents $400 QUESTION: QUESTION: After he stepped down after two terms, Washington recommended these two things in his farewell address. ANSWER: ANSWER: 1) Stay neutral 2) Don’t form political parties

11 Precedents $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: As president Washington knew he would need help. Washington created four cabinet positions. Name three of them.

12 Precedents $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: As president Washington knew he would need help. Washington created four cabinet positions. Name three of them. ANSWER: ANSWER: Secretary of State Secretary of Treasury Secretary of War (Defense) Attorney General

13 Treaties $100 QUESTION: QUESTION: While it did not deal with the real problem, ____________, ___________ said British would leave forts in the west, and the U.S. would pay back pre-revolution debts.

14 Treaties $100 QUESTION: QUESTION: While it did not deal with the real problem, ____________, ___________ said British would leave forts in the west, and the U.S. would pay back pre-revolution debts. ANSWER: ANSWER: Impressments, Jay’s Treaty

15 Treaties $200 QUESTION: QUESTION: This treaty gave us disputed land in Mississippi and Alabama from Spain and said the U.S. and Spain would protect each other’s trade interests along the Mississippi River.

16 Treaties $200 QUESTION: QUESTION: This treaty gave us disputed land in Mississippi and Alabama from Spain and said the U.S. and Spain would protect each other’s trade interests along the Mississippi River. ANSWER: ANSWER: Pinckney’s Treaty

17 Treaties $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: A year after the Battle of Fallen Timbers, this treaty allowed citizens to settle in the Ohio Valley region without the threat of Native Americans attacking.

18 Treaties $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: A year after the Battle of Fallen Timbers, this treaty allowed citizens to settle in the Ohio Valley region without the threat of Native Americans attacking. ANSWER: ANSWER: Treaty of Greenville

19 Treaties $400 Question: Question: Because of domestic problems that needed attention and the urging of the French to aid their cause in their own Revolution, George Washington made this statement.

20 Treaties $400 Question: Question: Because of domestic problems that needed attention and the urging of the French to aid their cause in their own Revolution, George Washington made this statement. ANSWER: ANSWER: A Proclamation of Neutrality

21 Treaties $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: What was the result of the Treaty that Adams signed with France to end their undeclared war at sea with the United States?

22 Treaties $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: What was the result of the Treaty that Adams signed with France to end their undeclared war at sea with the United States? ANSWER: ANSWER: The Federalist Party split into pro and anti- Adams (hurt Adams in the 1800 election)

23 Rebellion $100 Question: Question: Where was the Whiskey Rebellion and why did they rebel?

24 Rebellion $100 Question: Question: Where was the Whiskey Rebellion and why did they rebel? ANSWER: ANSWER: Western Pennsylvania farmers barter the Whiskey they made so they had no money to pay taxes. Western Pennsylvania farmers barter the Whiskey they made so they had no money to pay taxes.

25 Rebellion $200 Question: Question: Why did Aaron Burr challenge Alexander Hamilton to a duel?

26 Rebellion $200 Question: Question: Why did Aaron Burr challenge Alexander Hamilton to a duel? ANSWER: ANSWER: Because he felt Hamilton cost him the Presidency and the Governorship of N.Y. (said he was going to help New York secede, and start a Northern Cofederacy)

27 Rebellion $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: Who put down the Whiskey Rebellion and what did this say about the changes we made to the Constitution?

28 Rebellion $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: Who put down the Whiskey Rebellion and what did tell us about the changes we made to the Constitution? ANSWER: ANSWER: George Washington and 13,000 troops. This showed that under our new government, we could protect ourselves. George Washington and 13,000 troops. This showed that under our new government, we could protect ourselves.

29 Rebellion $400 Question: Question: What was the result of the Hamilton / Burr Duel?

30 Rebellion $400 Question: Question: What was the result of the Hamilton / Burr Duel? ANSWER: ANSWER: Hamilton dies and Burr is sent into exile (political career is over; he is later tried for treason for attempting to start his own nation in Louisiana)

31 Rebellion $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: The Whiskey Rebellion was significant because it told those who were not happy with government policy that……

32 Rebellion $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: The Whiskey Rebellion was significant because it told those who were not happy with government policy that…… ANSWER: ANSWER: If you were going to rebel you needed to do so peacefully and by constitutional means!

33 Parties $100 QUESTION: QUESTION: As political parties began to form, this persons ideas were the backbone of the Federalist Party.

34 Parties $100 QUESTION: QUESTION: As political parties began to form, this persons ideas were the backbone of the Federalist Party. ANSWER: ANSWER: Alexander Hamilton

35 Parties $200 QUESTION: QUESTION: I would support this party if I favored an economy focused on Agriculture and sided with the French.

36 Parties $200 QUESTION: QUESTION: I would support this party if I favored an economy focused on Agriculture and sided with the French. ANSWER: ANSWER: The Democratic Republicans The Democratic Republicans

37 Parties $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: I would join this party because I favor Tariffs that will protect American products that are manufactured.

38 Parties $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: I would join this party because I favor Tariffs that will protect American products that are manufactured. ANSWER: ANSWER: The Federalists

39 Parties $400 QUESTION: QUESTION: How did the Federalists feel about the Constitution?

40 Parties $400 QUESTION: QUESTION: How did the Federalists feel about the Constitution? ANSWERS: ANSWERS: They wanted a loose interpretation

41 Parties $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: Who did the Democratic Republicans want to run the government?

42 Parties $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: Who did the Democratic Republicans want to run the government? ANSWER: ANSWER: All people including those from poorer classes.

43 War of 1812 $100 QUESTION: QUESTION: Who pressured Madison into going to War?

44 War of 1812 $100 QUESTION: QUESTION: These people were young republicans that pressured Madison into going to War. ANSWER: ANSWER: War Hawks; John Calhoun (SC) and Henry Clay (KY) War Hawks; John Calhoun (SC) and Henry Clay (KY)

45 War of 1812 $200 QUESTION: QUESTION: The U.S. decided to go to War with Britain partially because of the disputed _________ that we had near British ___________.

46 War of 1812 $200 War of 1812 $200 QUESTION: QUESTION: The U.S. decided to go to War with Britain partially because of the disputed _________ that we had near British ___________. ANSWER: ANSWER: border; Canada

47 War of 1812 $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: The ___________ defeated the __________ giving Old Iron Sides a victory that showed we could compete with Britain at sea.

48 War of 1812 $300 War of 1812 $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: The ___________ defeated the __________ giving Old Iron Sides a victory that showed we could compete with Britain at sea. ANSWER: ANSWER: U.S.S. Constitution ; Guerriere

49 War of 1812 $400 QUESTION: QUESTION: This U.S. victory stopped the British from blocking supplies and troop movement to Ohio.

50 War of 1812 $400 QUESTION: QUESTION: This U.S. victory stopped the British from blocking supplies and troop movement to Ohio. ANSWER: ANSWER: Battle of Lake Erie Battle of Lake Erie

51 War of 1812 $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: Because the U.S. was tired of Britain ___________ ships and frustrated with poor _________ with no jobs, war was declared against Britain.

52 War of 1812 $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: Because the U.S. was tired of Britain ___________ ships and frustrated with poor _________ with no jobs, war was declared against Britain. ANSWER: ANSWER: impressing; economy impressing; economy

53 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 PeopleWar of 1812JeffersonAdamsMystery

54 People $200 QUESTION: QUESTION: This commander helped the U.S. win the battle of Tippecanoe, as well as the Battle of the Thames during the War of 1812.

55 People $200 QUESTION: QUESTION: Helped the U.S. win the battle of Tippecanoe, as well as the Battle of the Thames during the War of 1812. ANSWER: ANSWER: William Henry Harrison William Henry Harrison

56 People $400 Question: Question: Who was Washington’s Secretary of War (Defense), Secretary of State, and Secretary of Treasury?

57 People $400 Question: Question: Who was Washington’s Secretary of War (Defense), Secretary of State, and Secretary of Treasury? Answer: Answer: Henry Knox, Thomas Jefferson, and Alexander Hamilton

58 People $600 Question: Question: Who tried to create a Native American alliance, but was forced to join the British after the Battle of Tippecanoe? Who tried to create a Native American alliance, but was forced to join the British after the Battle of Tippecanoe?

59 People $600 Question: Question: Who tried to create a Native American alliance, but was forced to join the British after the Battle of Tippecanoe? Answer: Answer: Tecumseh Tecumseh

60 People $800 Question: Question: This person saved a painting of George Washington from being destroyed when the Whitehouse was burned in the War of 1812.

61 People $800 Question: Question: This person saved a painting of George Washington from being destroyed when the Whitehouse was burned in the War of 1812. Answer: Answer: Dolley Madison

62 People $1000 People $1000 Question: Question: During the Battle of Lake Erie, He said “We have met the enemy and they are ours”, and switched boats in this Naval victory.

63 People $1000 Question: Question: During the Battle of Lake Erie, He said “We have met the enemy and they are ours”, and switched boats in this Naval victory. Answer: Answer: Oliver Hazard Perry

64 War of 1812 $200. Question: Question: Davy Crockett helped defeat this Native American tribe in the Southwest as Andrew Jackson broke their resistance with a violent victory at Horseshoe Bend.

65 War of 1812 $200. Question: Question: Davy Crockett helped defeat this Native American tribe in the Southwest as Andrew Jackson broke their resistance with a violent victory at Horseshoe Bend. Answer: Answer: The Creek The Creek

66 War of 1812 $400 Question: Question: The U.S. surviving the siege at Fort McHenry was important because.

67 War of 1812 $400 Question: Question: The U.S. surviving the siege at Fort McHenry was important because. Answer: Answer: 1) It kept the major port open 2) It stopped the splitting in half of our country

68 War of 1812 $600 Question: Question: As 1814 came to a close, the U.S. and Britain wanted to end the fighting. This treaty changed nothing other than to end the War of 1812.

69 War of 1812 $600 Question: Question: As 1814 came to a close, the U.S. and Britain wanted to end the fighting. This treaty changed nothing other than to end the War of 1812. Answer: Answer: Treaty of Ghent Treaty of Ghent

70 War of 1812 $800 Question: Question: This battle happened after the war was over, but gave the U.S. a decisive victory and solidified their hold on the Mississippi River. This battle happened after the war was over, but gave the U.S. a decisive victory and solidified their hold on the Mississippi River.

71 War of 1812 $800 Question: Question: This battle happened after the war was over, but gave the U.S. a decisive victory and solidified their hold on the Mississippi River. This battle happened after the war was over, but gave the U.S. a decisive victory and solidified their hold on the Mississippi River. Answer: Answer: The Battle of New Orleans The Battle of New Orleans

72 War of 1812 $1000 Question: Question: What were three results of the War of 1812? What were three results of the War of 1812?

73 War of 1812 $1000 Question: Question: What were three results of the War of 1812? Answer: 1) World Respect 2) New Heroes 2) New Heroes 3) Patriotism 3) Patriotism 4) Native Americans pushed west 4) Native Americans pushed west 5) Improved Trade (Economy) 5) Improved Trade (Economy) (make sure you can explain them on a test!)

74 Jefferson $200 Question: Question: Who won the election of 1800 and what change came because of it?

75 Jefferson $200 Jefferson $200 Question: Question: Who won the election of 1800 and what change came because of it? Answer: Answer: Thomas Jefferson; 12 th Amendment – voting for President and Vice President on separate ballots. Thomas Jefferson; 12 th Amendment – voting for President and Vice President on separate ballots.

76 Jefferson $400 Question: Question: This country declared war with the U.S. after the U.S. blockaded the North Coast of Africa. This country declared war with the U.S. after the U.S. blockaded the North Coast of Africa.

77 Jefferson $400 Question: Question: This country declared war with the U.S. after the U.S. blockaded the North Coast of Africa. This country declared war with the U.S. after the U.S. blockaded the North Coast of Africa. Answer: Tripoli Answer: Tripoli

78 Jefferson $600 Question: Soon after Ohio was added as a state in 1803, what event began where the star is located in the pictured during the Spring of 1804?

79 Jefferson $600 Question: Soon after Ohio was added as a state in 1803, what event began where the star is located in the pictured during the Spring of 1804? Answer: Answer: The Lewis and Clark Expedition

80 Jefferson $800 Question: Question: Jefferson used his ________ _______ _________ to approve the Louisiana Purchase in congress. Jefferson used his ________ _______ _________ to approve the Louisiana Purchase in congress.

81 Jefferson $800 Question: Question: Jefferson used his ________ _______ _________ to approve the Louisiana Purchase in congress. Answer: Answer: treaty making powers treaty making powers

82 Jefferson $1000 Question: Question: What were three results of the Embargo Act?

83 Jefferson $1000 Question: Question: What were three results of the Embargo Act of 1807? Answer: 1) Lost Jobs 2) Wasted Goods 3) British Trade with South America 4) Split of America (die hard republicans stay with Jefferson, but ships with rotting tobacco and unused goods push people toward Federalists) 5) Smuggling

84 Adams $200 Adams $200 Question: Question: What action by Adams set up more regional courts, added 16 new Judicial positions and made many other judicial officials?

85 Adams $200 Question: Question: What action by Adams set up more regional courts, added 16 new Judicial positions and made many other judicial officials? Answer: Answer: Judiciary Act of 1801 Judiciary Act of 1801

86 Adams $400 Question: Question: What were John Adam’s last second additions to the Judiciary branch called and how did he hope it would effect the government? What were John Adam’s last second additions to the Judiciary branch called and how did he hope it would effect the government?

87 Adams $400 Question: Question: What were John Adam’s last second additions to the Judiciary branch called and how did he hope it would effect the government? Answer: Answer: The Midnight Judges; give Federalists more power in the judicial branch. The Midnight Judges; give Federalists more power in the judicial branch.

88 Adams $600 Question: Question: What was the Alien Act?

89 Adams $600 Question: Question: What was the Alien Act? Answer: Alien Act  took 14 years instead of 5 to become a citizen. (president can deport anyone)

90 Adams $800 Question: Question: What was the Sedition Act and what amendment did it violate? What was the Sedition Act and what amendment did it violate?

91 Adams $800 Question: Question: What was the Sedition Act and what amendment did it violate? Answer: Answer: Sedition  made it a crime to speak (write) negatives toward the government; 1 st Amendment. Sedition  made it a crime to speak (write) negatives toward the government; 1 st Amendment.

92 Adams $1000 Question: What did the Marbury vs. Madison decision show?

93 Adams $1000 Question: Question: What did the Marbury vs. Madison decision show? Answer: Answer: That the checks and balances system works and that the supreme court can use Judicial Review! That the checks and balances system works and that the supreme court can use Judicial Review!

94 Mystery $200 Question: Who did we purchase the Louisiana Territory from, for how much, and who explored it between 1804 – 1807?

95 Mystery $200 Question: Who did we purchase the Louisiana Territory from, for how much, and who explored it between 1804 – 1807? ANSWER: France (Napoleon Bonaparte), 15 million, Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and Zebulon Pike

96 Mystery $400 Question: Question: The Election of 1800 ended with no majority in the Electoral College, so it had to be decided by this part of the government.

97 Mystery $400 Question: Question: The Election of 1800 ended with no majority in the Electoral College so it had to be decided by this part of the government. ANSWER: ANSWER: The House of Representatives (Jefferson and Burr tied with 73 votes each before the House chose Jefferson).

98 Mystery $600 QUESTION: Anthony Wayne defeated Blue Jacket and the Shawnee at this Battle in this present day state.

99 Mystery $600 QUESTION: Anthony Wayne defeated Blue Jacket and the Shawnee at this Battle in this present day state. ANSWER: The Battle of Fallen Timbers; Ohio

100 Mystery $800 Question: In one of the worst defeats in American history, the U.S. lost 700 troops. Who did Little Turtle defeat at Fort Recovery?

101 Mystery $800 Question: In one of the worst defeats in American history, the U.S. lost 700 troops. Who did Little Turtle defeat at Fort Recovery? ANSWER: Arthur St. Clair Arthur St. Clair

102 Mystery $1000 QUESTION: The Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions brought up the concern for this.

103 Mystery $1000 QUESTION: The Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions brought up the concern for this. ANSWER: States Rights vs. National Rights States Rights vs. National Rights

104 Daily Double!! Daily Double!! NOW WORTH $800!!!

105 Daily Double!! Daily Double!! NOW WORTH $400!!!

106 Daily Double!! Daily Double!! NOW WORTH $1600!!!

107 Daily Double!! Daily Double!! NOW WORTH $1200!!!

108 Final Jeopardy! Final Jeopardy!

109 Final Jeopardy Question Who were the first four presidents (full names) and name one accomplishment of each! Who were the first four presidents (full names) and name one accomplishment of each!

110 Final Jeopardy Question Who were the first four presidents (full names) and name one accomplishment of each! Who were the first four presidents (full names) and name one accomplishment of each! George Washington – Pinckney’s treaty George Washington – Pinckney’s treaty John Adams – Peace with France John Adams – Peace with France Thomas Jefferson – Louisiana Purchase Thomas Jefferson – Louisiana Purchase James Madison – Won War of 1812 James Madison – Won War of 1812


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