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Added to Constitution during Washington’s administration
What is the Bill of Rights?
Selected group of advisors appointed by Washington and all presidents since
What is a Cabinet?
Pennsylvania farmer revolt in 1794 easily quelled by national army
What is the Whiskey Rebellion?
Repulsed by the violence and fearful of reprisals (revenge) from Great Britain
Why didn’t the U.S. support the French Revolution?
While Washington warned against them in his farewell address, these two parties emerged in the U.S. in the 1790s
Who were the Federalists and the Democratic Republicans?
These three European nations presented foreign policy challenges for the early U.S. republic
Who were France, Great Britain and Spain?
During my administration, this action by the British navy angered U.S. citizens
What is impressment?
During my administration, France asked for a bribe and a loan to meet with three U.S. envoys. This event came to be known as this.
What is the XYZ affair?
During Washington’s administration, I served as this.
What is the Vice President?
Unlike Washington and the three presidents to serve after me, I was the only president to do this.
What is serve one term?
During my administration, this land purchase doubled the size of the U.S.
What is Louisiana?
Lesser known than Lewis & Clark, I also explored land in Louisiana.
Who is Zebulon Pike?
This power was granted to the Supreme Court in Marbury vs. Madison in 1803.
What is judicial review?
This group terrorized U.S. shipping during my administration.
Who were the Barbary Pirates?
In order to punish Britain and France for interfering with U.S. shipping, this was passed during my administration.
What is the embargo act?
This is sometimes referred to as the U.S.’s second war of independence.
What is the War of 1812?
I emerged as a hero following the Battle of New Orleans.
Who is Andrew Jackson?
Impressment and arming Native Americans
What were two causes of the War o f 1812?
Tax placed on imports during my administration
What is the Tariff of 1816?
Because it had to be repainted after it was burnt down
Why is the White House referred to as the White House?
The name of the policy closing the Americas to European colonization
What is the Monroe Doctrine?
This was acquired in the Adam-Onis Treaty
What is Florida?
This federal institution, begun by Hamilton during Washington’s administration, returned during my administration.
What is the National Bank?
My terms as President are sometimes referred to as this
What is the “Era of Good Feeling?”
List the first five presidents in order and the years of their terms beginning in 1789
Washington1789 - 1797 Adams 1797 - 1801 Jefferson 1801 - 1809 Madison 1809 - 1817 Monroe 1817 - 1825
He wrote a poem that became our national anthem in 1931
Who is Francis Scott Key?
This section of the country opposed war with Britain in 1812
What is the Northeast?
This first lady is considered one of the most popular first ladies in U.S. history.
Who is Dolly Madison?
Washington D.C. served as the home of this president first
Who is Thomas Jefferson?
Washington D.C. was burned in retaliation for the burning of this city
What is Toronto?
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