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Washington’s Farewell Address Foreign Policy based on isolationism and neutrality
XYZ Affair Explain the quote below. “ Millions for defense, not a cent for tribute!”
France and Britain seize American ships… They wanted to prevent the United States from bringing supplies to their enemies. Why?
Jefferson’s Embargo Fun Fact: The Embargo Act was the 7 th worst move made by a US President. Who REALLY got hurt here? 55,00 seamen lost their jobs
Impressment Britain kidnapped American sailors or seamen explaining that…
Western War Hawks hoped… to drive the British out of _______________________.
The Battle of New Orleans ~The greatest American victory in the War of 1812 ~Made a hero out of Andrew Jackson ~Took place after the war was officially over
A Warning to all Europeans: Leave us alone!
The Great Seal The symbol that represents national power? The symbol that represents the original 13 states?
E Pluribus Unum “ from many to one” Symbolizes the creation of one nation from… … out of many states
The Barbary Coast North Africa Jefferson paid tribute to the Barbary States to prevent pirate attacks.
Who believed in the policy of avoiding alliances with other countries? George Washington What was that policy called? isolationism
Matching: Monroe Doctrine Embargo Act Farewell Address XYZ Affair War of 1812
Matching: Monroe Doctrine Embargo Act Farewell Address XYZ Affair War of 1812 Thomas Jefferson
Matching: Monroe Doctrine Embargo Act Farewell Address XYZ Affair War of 1812 James Madison and wife, Dolley
Matching: Monroe Doctrine Embargo Act Farewell Address XYZ Affair War of 1812 John Monroe
Give yourself a round of applause.
End of Jeffersons Presidency What international problem on the ocean concerns Jefferson? What was the purpose of the Embargo Act? Did it work? What was.
The War of 1812 The Second War for American Independence.
Foreign Policy related to the War of 1812 The Young Republic President Washington through President Monroe
Early US Foreign Policy US History. Washington’s Presidency.
Pick a Suitcase This is Your Case These 4 positions made up George Washingtons cabinet.
The Era of Thomas Jefferson Chapter 9. Jefferson takes Office Thomas Jefferson was inaugurated in March Thomas Jefferson was inaugurated in March.
Vocabulary Impressment 2.Embargo 3.Unprepared 4.Capture 5.Outnumbered 6.Blockade 7.Port 8.Invade 9.Allies 1.A refusal to trade with another country.
A Time of Conflict Chapter 7, Section 1. Freedom of the Seas I. Sailing in foreign seas was dangerous Pirates from Tripoli and other Barbary Coast States.
Review Sheet Unit 3 Washington to War of Cabinet Advisors to the President are known as the _______________.
Which of the following BEST describes Jefferson’s idea of being democratic? a. being less fashionable and dressed up than the Federalists. b. the person.
Jefferson’s Presidency MRS. INGRAM. New Policies When Jefferson took office, his followers preached a ‘republican revolution’ in governmental policies.
CH 6 Federalist and Democratic-Republicans Pg 210.
The War of 1812 The 2 nd Revolution Great Britain again? 1.
The 1790s Remaining Neutral. The Debate over Revolution A.The French Revolution - Messy and confusing change in power. - The Dem-Reps supported Revolution.
Reteaching Activity 8-2 Chapter 8 Early Challenges.
Creating A Nation Northwest Ordinance, Manifest Destiny, War of 1812, Monroe Doctrine, and the Industrial Revolution.
Early Growth of the New Nation Mr. McCain. SSUSH6 The student will analyze the impact of territorial expansion and population growth and the impact of.
Game Topic Figures $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 EventsEssaysSourcesTermsMisc. Team 1Team 2Team 3Team 4 $200.
1. A Republican President 2. The Louisiana Purchase 3. New Threats From Overseas 4. The Road to War 5. The War of 1812 The Age of Jefferson.
Game Board 300 Foreign Policy Foreign Policy Talkin bout a Revolution Constitution To bill or not to bill?: New Nation Go West Young Man Causes of Civil.
Jeffersonian republicanism People should control government; simple government best.
US-VA History SOL Review Materials America’s “Manifest Destiny” and the Rise of Sectionalism,
The U.S. Enters WWI. Questions to consider… Is peace without victory possible? Was WWI preventable? Why does a nation decide to go to war? Should the.
Quiz 1.What was the name of the treaty that John Jay made with the British? 2.Explain the concept of nullification. 3.How did George Washington die? 4.Name.
CHAPTER 6 Launching the New Nation 1. CHAPTER 6 Section 1 – Washington Heads the New Government 2.
Ch. 8 Sec. 1 Review - Organizing the new government - The Whiskey Rebellion.
Ch 9 Sections 2 & 3. Learning targets I can explain how events in Europe created challenges for the New American Government. I can List the Dangers Washington.
Chapter 6: Section 2. Explain how territorial expansion brought Americans into conflict with the British and with Native Americans. Describe American.
What does it mean to have an “unwritten Constitution”? A: Not written explicitly in the Constitution ex. Political parties, judicial review, cabinet.
The Road to War & The War of 1812 Chapter 7, 8 th Grade, Glencoe
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