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1 Chapter 9 Section 2 Challenges to the New Government p. 34/p. 282 A. Finding Main Ideas As you read about the U.S. government’s first experiences with challenges to its authority, take notes to answer questions about events appearing on the time line How did the French Revolution affect the United States? 2. What resulted from this U.S. victory? 1789 The French Revolution 1794 Battle of Fallen Timbers

2 B. Summarizing Identify or explain each of the following: Little Turtle John Jay Little Turtle- Respected chief & military leader of Miami tribe of Ohio Won victories against U.S. troops in

3 General “Mad” Antony Wayne Battle of Fallen Timbers

4 Chapter 9 Section 2 Challenges to the New Government p. 34/p. 282 A. Finding Main Ideas As you read about the U.S. government’s first experiences with challenges to its authority, take notes to answer questions about events appearing on the time line How did the French Revolution affect the United States? 2. What resulted from this U.S. victory? Native American resistance in Ohio was brought to an end Treaty of Greenville 1789 The French Revolution 1794 Battle of Fallen Timbers

5 Whiskey Rebellion Lee & Hamilton led an army of 13,000 troops to put down rebellion. Farmers were rioting over whiskey tax.

6 3. What finally ended the Whiskey Rebellion? General Henry Lee led army to W. Pennsylvania to put down rebellion 4. What did Britain and the United States agree to do? Whiskey Rebellion Jay’s Treaty 5.What did Spain and the United States agree to do? 1795 Pinckney’s Treaty

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16 King Louis XVI Palace of Versailles Storming of the Bastille Guillotine

17 Bastille Key March 17, 1790 Marquis de Lafayette to GW "Give me leave, my dear General to present you with a picture of the Bastille, just as it looked a few days after I had ordered its demolition,- with the main key of the fortress of despotism. It is a tribute, which I owe, as a son to my adoptive father, as an Aide - de - Camp to my General, as a Missionary of liberty to its Patriarch." –Marquis de Lafayette This historic symbol of liberty still hangs in the hall of Mount Vernon where George Washington placed it. It is the key to the west portal of the Bastille, long used as a political prison, in France. When the Paris prison was stormed, it marked the beginning of the French Revolution. The Marquis de Lafayette, who had served under Washington in the Revolutionary War, sent the key to Washington in 1790.

18 Chapter 9 Section 2 Challenges to the New Government p. 34/p. 282 A. Finding Main Ideas As you read about the U.S. government’s first experiences with challenges to its authority, take notes to answer questions about events appearing on the time line How did the French Revolution affect the United States? U.S. was caught in middle between warring revolutionary France & monarchial Britain 2. What resulted from this U.S. victory? Native American resistance in Ohio was brought to an end Treaty of Greenville 1789 The French Revolution 1794 Battle of Fallen Timbers

19 Chief Justice John Jay

20 B. Summarizing Identify or explain each of the following: Little Turtle John Jay Little Turtle- Respected chief & military leader of Miami tribe of Ohio won victories against U.S. troops in John Jay- Chief Justice of Supreme Court sent by Washington to England to talk about seizure of U.S. ships; “Jay’s Treaty”

21 3. What finally ended the Whiskey Rebellion? General Henry Lee led army to W. Pennsylvania to put down rebellion 4. What did Britain and the United States agree to do? British evacuate posts in Ohio valley, pay damages for American ships they had seized Whiskey Rebellion Jay’s Treaty 5.What did Spain and the United States agree to do? 1795 Pinckney’s Treaty

22 3. What finally ended the Whiskey Rebellion? General Henry Lee led army to W. Pennsylvania to put down rebellion 4. What did Britain and the United States agree to do? British evacuate posts in Ohio valley, pay damages for American ships they had seized Whiskey Rebellion Jay’s Treaty 5.What did Spain and the United States agree to do? Spain recognize 31 st parallel as N. boundary of Florida Open port of New Orleans & Mississippi River to U.S. boats 1795 Pinckney’s Treaty


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