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Our American Presidents Washington Adams Madison Jefferson Monroe
Domestic Issues Economic depression 1.war debt owed to France 2. inflation following war
Native Americans Americans begin moving West into Indian territory
Farewell Address Foreign Policy: US should avoid getting involved in foreign wars Domestic: US shouldn’t have political parties
Precedents Two year term “Mr. President” President, not king
Foreign Policy Both sides want us to support them War between England & France
“Tis out true policy to steer clear of permanent alliances with any portion of the world Neutrality Proclamation
John Adams Federalist
Domestic Issues Alien and Sedition Acts 1. President to expel any foreigner 2. Citizens could be fined for criticizing government
Democratic Republicans Jefferson Strict reading of Const. Political Parties Federalists Hamilton Strong federal governm’t
Foreign Affairs XYZ Affair France begins attacking US ships; when we objected, French agents tried blackmail:
“If you don’t pay France 10 million dollars, we’ll continue to attack”
Thomas Jefferson Republican
Domestic Issues Marbury vs. Madison Gave the Supreme Court the power to review all laws passed by Congress
Louisiana Purchase Realizing the importance of the Mississippi River, Jefferson tries to buy New Orleans from France...
Instead, France offers him the Louisiana Territory!
Foreign Affairs Barbary Coast Pirates US ships in the Mediterranean were attacked by North African pirates
They tried to bribe us... We refused... Marines sailed to Tripoli and attacked...
Impressment British begin attacking our trade ships Force our soldiers into their army
Jefferson passes: Embargo Act Non-Intercourse Act
Embargo Embargo Act Forbade Americans from all trade Non-Intercourse Act Banned al trade with France and England
Age of Jefferson Change for the new country.. Election of 1800.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
9-3 The Federalists in Charge Washington Retires In Washington’s farewell address he said, “let me warn you against the harmful effects of the spirit of.
Treaty of Greenville Native Americans surrendered most of their lands in present-day Ohio.
U.S. History – Goal I “The Early Republic” Federal Power vs. States Rights.
Washington and Jefferson NOTES! Take out your notebooks or binders!
US HISTORY REVIEW THE EARLY REPUBLIC #MURICA. Explain two problems Washington faced as the first president of the United States. Maintaining national.
: Jeopardy: Jeopardy Review Game. $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 Vocab & People Acts, Treaties, Etc. Political.
CHAPTER 4 FEDERALISTS & REPUBLICANS Section 3: Jefferson in office.
Presidents Review Washington John Adams Jefferson.
1. What does the term EMBARGO mean? 2. Who was hurt the most by Jefferson's EMBARGO policy?
The United States Under the Federalists To what extent did the Federalist presidents (Washington and Adams) grow the power of the federal government, grow.
The New Republic Chapter 8 Test Review. People to Identify: #1:____________- 1 st Secretary of State #2: __________ - 1 st Secretary of Treasury #3: __________-
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.
The Early Republic ( ) “’tis the event which I have long dreaded” -George Washington on his Presidential election.
OH! NO! He Couldn ’ t make it….So you get…..
Early Republic. 8.1A: Identify the major eras and events in U.S. history through 1877, including early republic and describe their causes and effects.
1.George Washington 2.John Adams 3.Thomas Jefferson 4.James Madison 5.James Monroe 6.John Quincy Adams 7.Andrew Jackson.
Week 7 Notes America Do Not Copy Students in this power point will be able to… 1.Explain the Foreign and Domestic Policies of John Adams and.
U.S. History Top 100 What every student should know to pass the U.S. History EOC. Goal 1.
The Early Republic Pre-Class Coach McCage. The Early Republic 0 All of the following are defining characteristics of the era of the Early Republic EXCEPT.
Early Republic Foreign Policy Washington –1789 French Revolution begins, Americans split –1793- Neutrality Proclamation (Britain and France at war) –1794-
The XYZ affair leads to American dislike of the French and fear of foreign influence in America. American diplomats travel to France to solve foreign (harassing.
Election of 1800 Thomas Jefferson vs. John Adams Democratic Federalist Republican “Revolution of 1800” Peaceful transfer of power from one political party.
A Nation Divided. New Nation Leaders The new federal government was established in 1789 President George Washington Secretary of the Treasury Alexander.
Who fought on the British side in the War of He was able to get lots of Native Americans to help fight the Americans.
Launching the New Republic. Inaugurated in NYC Felt enormous burden Precedent-sets example for others.
Review Sheet Unit 3 Washington to War of Cabinet Advisors to the President are known as the _______________.
THE FIRST POLITICAL PARTIES AND JOHN ADAMS PRESIDENCY.
"I walk on untrodden ground. There is scarcely any part of my conduct which may not hereafter be drawn into precedent." - George Washington.
Thomas Jefferson The Election of 1800 Adams and Pinckney – Legality of Alien and Sedition Acts – Establish a Permanent Army with Tax Money.
5/7/2015Free template from 1 DO NOW: What were 3 precedents that President Washington set? How did Alexander Hamilton plan to reduce.
The Constitution at Work *Who were the first Presidents under the Constitution? *What does “unwritten Constitution” mean? *What issues threatened.
200 Washington Other Presidents ConflictLeftovers Final Jeopardy
1 George Washington set many _____________ as the 1 st President of the United States.
GEORGE WASHINGTON THE PRECEDENT PRESIDENT
Ch.9, Sec.3 – The Federalists in Charge Washington Retires Washington Retires - Washington was greatly admired by the American people, but came under attack.
THE ADAMS ADMINISTRATION – Under Washington, the 1 st Judiciary Act of 1789 was passed which established the Supreme Court, district courts,
The Early Republic Part 1: The Presidency of George Washington Washington is inaugurated as the nation’s first President.
The Federalist Era Presidents George Washington and John Adams.
OH! NO! He Couldn’t make it….So you get….. The Choker!
Farmer rebellion Shay – leader War debt and taxes SHAY’S REBELLION.
Jefferson Administration Chapter 6 Section 3. Objectives Understand why some saw Jefferson’s election as a “republican revolution.” Explain the impact.
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,
The Era of Jeffersonian Democracy. Election of 1800.
George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson. George Washington 1 st Prez – only ever to be voted unanimously Important Precedents: Only serve 2 terms;
Washington and the Capital City Washington Becomes President April 30, 1789, in New York City. Electoral college unanimous vote Vice President John Adams.
Essential Question: What were the precedents that Washington established as the first president of the United States?
The First Presidency TJ and AH Federalists vs. Democratic.
Background Info: - Had no desire be President after the Constitution Convention. -His dream was to settle down to his estate. Mount Vernon.
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