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1 Wednesday, Jan Get out your History Spiral and turn to the first page. Title it Table of Contents. Title the back of the first page Table of Contents and the next page Table of Contents 2. Update your Table of Contents: DateTitleEntry # 1/21Warm-up’s Jan. 21 st to 24 th 1 1/21George Washington movie2 1/22Washington’s Domestic Policy notes3 4. Turn to page 167 in the gray book. Write and answer #24 (just the question not the quote.)

2 1 st - Learning Recovery Friday, Jan. 31 st (4:00 to 5:30) NameConstitution/Bill of Rights test Briannax

3 3rd - Learning Recovery Friday, Jan. 31 st (4:00 to 5:30) NameConstitution/Bill of Rights test

4 4th - Learning Recovery Friday, Jan. 31 st (4:00 to 5:30) NameConstitution/Bill of Rights test Bailey (absent)x

5 6th - Learning Recovery Friday, Jan. 31 st (4:00 to 5:30) NameConstitution/Bill of Rights test

6 7th - Learning Recovery Friday, Jan. 31 st (4:00 to 5:30) NameConstitution/Bill of Rights test JacquelineX BryannaX KierraX AubreyX MeganX CatlinX Sophiex

7 Could George Washington tell a lie?

8 #3 Jan. 22: George Washington’s Domestic Policy 1.First Steps A. Inaugurated in New York City – April 30, John Adams was his V.P.

9 George Washington 1.First Steps A. Inaugurated in New York City – April 30, John Adams was his V.P. B. Challenges: -define the authority of the central government -create a stable economic system -build a military -maintain national security -conduct foreign relations -enter into treaties with several Native tribes

10 George Washington 1.First Steps A. Inaugurated in New York City – April 30, John Adams was his V.P. B. Challenges: -define the authority of the central government -create a stable economic system -build a military -maintain national security -conduct foreign relations -enter into treaties with several Native tribes 2. Defining our A. First Cabinet New central Gov’t.-people who would advise him State – Thomas Jefferson Treasury – Alex. Hamilton War – Henry Knox

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12 George Washington’s Domestic Policy 2. Defining our A. First Cabinet New central Gov’t. -people who would advise him State – Thomas Jefferson Treasury – Alex. Hamilton War – Henry Knox B. Federal Court System – Judiciary Act – said Supreme Court should have 6 judges ( John Jay became chief justice)

13 George Washington’s Domestic Policy 3. Creating a Stable A. Hamilton (Sec. of Treasury) faced many problems Economy-National Debt: Very large, borrowed a lot of foreign $ -Sold Bonds: to raise $ during the Revolution

14 George Washington’s Domestic Policy 3. Creating a Stable A. Hamilton (Sec. of Treasury) faced many problems Economy-National Debt: Very large, borrowed a lot of foreign $ -Sold Bonds: to raise $ during the Revolution B. Plan -gov’t would repay all debts (federal and state)

15 George Washington’s Domestic Policy 3. Creating a Stable A. Hamilton (Sec. of State) faced many problems Economy -Debt: Very large, borrowed a lot of foreign $ -Sold Bonds: to raise $ during the Revolution B. Plan -gov’t would repay all debts (federal and state) C. Debating Hamilton -Southern states had already paid back their debt and Madison thought it wasn’t fair

16 George Washington’s Domestic Policy 3. Creating a Stable A. Hamilton (Sec. of State) faced many problems Economy-National Debt: Very large, borrowed a lot of foreign $ -Sold Bonds: to raise $ during the Revolution B. Plan -gov’t would repay all debts (federal and state) C. Debating Hamilton – James Madison didn’t like the plan -Southern states had already paid back their debt and Madison thought it wasn’t fair D. Hamilton’s Compromise -If the South would support his plan they would move the capital to present day Washington D.C.


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