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1 George Washington’s Presidency April 6,

2 George Washington’s Presidency April 6, Republican Motherhood - the idea that women played an important role in teaching their children to be good citizens

3 George Washington’s Presidency April 6, Setting a Precedent - The Cabinet Secretary of Treasury: Alexander Hamilton Secretary of State: Thomas Jefferson Secretary of war: Henry Knox Postmaster general: Samuel Osgood Republican Motherhood - the idea that women played an important role in teaching their children to be good citizens

4 George Washington’s Presidency April 6, Judiciary Act (1789) 1. District courts 2. Courts of appeals 3. Supreme court (6 justices) Republican Motherhood - the idea that women played an important role in teaching their children to be good citizens Setting a Precedent - The Cabinet Secretary of Treasury: Alexander Hamilton Secretary of State: Thomas Jefferson Secretary of war: Henry Knox Postmaster general: Samuel Osgood

5 George Washington’s Presidency April 6, National Debt Hamilton’s Plan: - pay $11.7 million foreign debt - pay back bonds at full value - pay $21.5 of $25 million owed of states’ debts Judiciary Act (1789) 1. District courts 2. Courts of appeals 3. Supreme court (6 justices) Republican Motherhood - the idea that women played an important role in teaching their children to be good citizens Setting a Precedent - The Cabinet Secretary of Treasury: Alexander Hamilton Secretary of State: Thomas Jefferson Secretary of war: Henry Knox Postmaster general: Samuel Osgood

6 George Washington’s Presidency April 6, Hamilton v. Jefferson National Debt Hamilton’s Plan: - pay $11.7 million foreign debt - pay back bonds at full value - pay $21.5 of $25 million owed of states’ debts Vs. Judiciary Act (1789) 1. District courts 2. Courts of appeals 3. Supreme court (6 justices) Republican Motherhood - the idea that women played an important role in teaching their children to be good citizens Setting a Precedent - The Cabinet Secretary of Treasury: Alexander Hamilton Secretary of State: Thomas Jefferson Secretary of war: Henry Knox Postmaster general: Samuel Osgood

7 George Washington’s Presidency April 6, Hamilton v. Jefferson French Revolution - French wanted US support, but US divided - Neutrality Proclamation - Citizen Edmond Genet Setting Precedents: The Cabinet Vs. Judiciary Act (1789) 1. District courts 2. Courts of appeals 3. Supreme court (6 justices) Republican Motherhood - the idea that women played an important role in teaching their children to be good citizens National Debt Hamilton’s Plan: - pay $11.7 million foreign debt - pay back bonds at full value - pay $21.5 of $25 million owed of states’ debts

8 George Washington’s Presidency April 6, Hamilton v. Jefferson Setting Precedents: The Cabinet Vs. Judiciary Act (1789) 1. District courts 2. Courts of appeals 3. Supreme court (6 justices) Republican Motherhood - the idea that women played an important role in teaching their children to be good citizens French Revolution - French wanted US support, but US divided - Neutrality Proclamation - Citizen Edmond Genet British Abuses (1793) - Britain seized all ships carrying food to France West Indies - imprison or stranded US sailors - Still occupied forts - Encouraged Indians to fight US National Debt Hamilton’s Plan: - pay $11.7 million foreign debt - pay back bonds at full value - pay $21.5 of $25 million owed of states’ debts

9 George Washington’s Presidency April 6, Hamilton v. Jefferson Setting Precedents: The Cabinet Vs. Judiciary Act (1789) 1. District courts 2. Courts of appeals 3. Supreme court (6 justices) Republican Motherhood - the idea that women played an important role in teaching their children to be good citizens French Revolution - French wanted US support, but US divided - Neutrality Proclamation - Citizen Edmond Genet British Abuses (1793) - Britain seized all ships carrying food to France West Indies - imprison or stranded US sailors - Still occupied forts - Encouraged Indians to fight US Jay’s Treaty - Britain pays for damaged ships - Abandon western forts - Allow some trade in Caribbean - US pay debts to Britain merchants National Debt Hamilton’s Plan: - pay $11.7 million foreign debt - pay back bonds at full value - pay $21.5 of $25 million owed of states’ debts

10 George Washington’s Presidency April 6, Hamilton v. Jefferson Spanish in America - Disputed FL border - Closed New Orleans to US trade in 1784 Setting Precedents: The Cabinet Vs. Judiciary Act (1789) 1. District courts 2. Courts of appeals 3. Supreme court (6 justices) Republican Motherhood - the idea that women played an important role in teaching their children to be good citizens French Revolution - French wanted US support, but US divided - Neutrality Proclamation - Citizen Edmond Genet British Abuses (1793) - Britain seized all ships carrying food to France West Indies - imprison or stranded US sailors - Still occupied forts - Encouraged Indians to fight US Jay’s Treaty - Britain pays for damaged ships - Abandon western forts - Allow some trade in Caribbean - US pay debts to Britain merchants National Debt Hamilton’s Plan: - pay $11.7 million foreign debt - pay back bonds at full value - pay $21.5 of $25 million owed of states’ debts

11 George Washington’s Presidency April 6, Hamilton v. Jefferson Pickney’s Treaty (Oct. 1795) - Reopened New Orleans - Right of deposit granted (free access to port w/o fees) - Moved Spanish FL border Setting Precedents: The Cabinet Vs. Judiciary Act (1789) 1. District courts 2. Courts of appeals 3. Supreme court (6 justices) Republican Motherhood - the idea that women played an important role in teaching their children to be good citizens French Revolution - French wanted US support, but US divided - Neutrality Proclamation - Citizen Edmond Genet British Abuses (1793) - Britain seized all ships carrying food to France West Indies - imprison or stranded US sailors - Still occupied forts - Encouraged Indians to fight US Jay’s Treaty - Britain pays for damaged ships - Abandon western forts - Allow some trade in Caribbean - US pay debts to Britain merchants Spanish in America - Disputed FL border - Closed New Orleans to US trade in 1784 National Debt Hamilton’s Plan: - pay $11.7 million foreign debt - pay back bonds at full value - pay $21.5 of $25 million owed of states’ debts

12 George Washington’s Presidency April 6, Hamilton v. Jefferson Jay’s Treaty Setting Precedents: The Cabinet National Debt Vs. Judiciary Act (1789) 1. District courts 2. Courts of appeals 3. Supreme court (6 justices) Republican Motherhood - the idea that women played an important role in teaching their children to be good citizens French Revolution - French wanted US support, but US divided - Neutrality Proclamation - Citizen Edmond Genet Spanish in America - Disputed FL border - Closed New Orleans to US trade in 1784 Pickney’s Treaty (Oct. 1795) - Reopened New Orleans - Right of deposit granted (free access to port w/o fees) - Moved Spanish FL border British Abuses (1793) - Britain seized all ships carrying food to France West Indies - imprison or stranded US sailors - Still occupied forts - Encouraged Indians to fight US Conflict with Indians - Confederation forms to prevent white settlement - Indians treaty (1788) rejected by US government - Little turtle defeats US forces - “Mad Anthony” leads US troops to victory (Britain did not sent troops to support Indians) - Indians lose Battle of Fallen Timbers - Treaty of Greenville 1. Access to Indian land 2. Safe travel through Indian lands

13 Whiskey Rebellion (1794) - Hamilton wanted tax on Whiskey - Farmers protested that they could not afford tax & attacked collectors - Washington led 10,000+ militia toward PA, rebels fled, ended rebellion w/o a battle George Washington’s Presidency April 6, Hamilton v. Jefferson Setting Precedents: The Cabinet Vs. Judiciary Act (1789) 1. District courts 2. Courts of appeals 3. Supreme court (6 justices) Republican Motherhood - the idea that women played an important role in teaching their children to be good citizens French Revolution - French wanted US support, but US divided - Neutrality Proclamation - Citizen Edmond Genet Spanish in America - Disputed FL border - Closed New Orleans to US trade in 1784 Pickney’s Treaty (Oct. 1795) - Reopened New Orleans - Right of deposit granted (free access to port w/o fees) - Moved Spanish FL border Jay’s Treaty British Abuses (1793) - Britain seized all ships carrying food to France West Indies - imprison or stranded US sailors - Still occupied forts - Encouraged Indians to fight US Conflict with Indians - Confederation forms to prevent white settlement - Indians treaty (1788) rejected by US government - Little turtle defeats US forces - “Mad Anthony” leads US troops to victory (Britain did not sent troops to support Indians) - Indians lose Battle of Fallen Timbers - Treaty of Greenville 1. Access to Indian land 2. Safe travel through Indian lands National Debt

14 George Washington’s Presidency April 6, Hamilton v. Jefferson Washington’s Farewell 1. Avoid party disagreements 2. Avoid Debt 3. Avoid foreign alliances to avoid war Setting Precedents: The Cabinet Vs. Judiciary Act (1789) 1. District courts 2. Courts of appeals 3. Supreme court (6 justices) Republican Motherhood - the idea that women played an important role in teaching their children to be good citizens French Revolution - French wanted US support, but US divided - Neutrality Proclamation - Citizen Edmond Genet Spanish in America - Disputed FL border - Closed New Orleans to US trade in 1784 Pickney’s Treaty (Oct. 1795) - Reopened New Orleans - Right of deposit granted (free access to port w/o fees) - Moved Spanish FL border Jay’s Treaty British Abuses (1793) - Britain seized all ships carrying food to France West Indies - imprison or stranded US sailors - Still occupied forts - Encouraged Indians to fight US Conflict with Indians - Confederation forms to prevent white settlement - Indians treaty (1788) rejected by US government - Little turtle defeats US forces - “Mad Anthony” leads US troops to victory (Britain did not sent troops to support Indians) - Indians lose Battle of Fallen Timbers - Treaty of Greenville 1. Access to Indian land 2. Safe travel through Indian lands National Debt Whiskey Rebellion (1794) - Hamilton wanted tax on Whiskey - Farmers protested that they could not afford tax & attacked collectors - Washington led 10,000+ militia toward PA, rebels fled, ended rebellion w/o a battle


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