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: Jeopardy: Jeopardy Review Game
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The Miami chief that successfully led an alliance of Native Americans against U.S. forces
Who was Little Turtle?
He was added by President Washington as his Secretary of State.
Who was Thomas Jefferson?
Money owed by the United States
What is national debt?
An action or decision that later serves as an example
What is a precedent?
This stated that the United States would not takes sides in any European conflict
What is the Neutrality Proclamation?
This was supported by the American people because it was similar to the American Revolution, where a group of people rebelled against their king to try and form a democratic government.
What is the French Revolution?
Farmers rebelled against a tax on whiskey, which caused the federal government to send troops in and put down the rebellion.
What is the Whiskey Rebellion?
Treaty with Great Britain that stopped them from seizing our ships, stopped them from working with the Native Americans, and forced them to abandon their forts in the Northwest Territory
What is Jay’s Treaty?
Treaty with Spain that ended the dispute over Florida’s borders and opened trade with New Orleans
What is Pinckney’s Treaty?
Laws that allowed the president to jail any residents he thought were involved in criticizing the government.
What are the Alien & Sedition Acts?
The rivalry was between these two political parties in the election of 1796.
What are the Federalists and Democratic- Republicans?
Believed in a strong central government
Who were the Federalists?
Believed in giving states more power
Who were the Democratic Republicans?
Believed the economy should be based on industry and trade
Who were the Federalists?
Believed the economy should be based on agriculture
Who were the Democratic-Republicans?
The number of terms that Washington suggested in his farewell speech that a president should run
What is two terms?
Name one thing that Washington said the country should avoid.
What is *?
Name another thing that Washington said the country should avoid.
What is *?
The amount of involvement Washington suggested the U.S. should have with other countries at war.
What is none (neutrality)?
The way which Washington said any changes to the Constitution should be made.
What is through an Amendment?
Incident in which French agents asked American officials for a bribe to consider a treaty between the United States and France
What is the XYZ affair?
These deemed the Alien & Sedition Acts unconstitutional; they supported the idea that state governments could challenge the federal government.
What are the Kentucky & Virginia Resolutions?
Nation that the Federalists were calling for war with during the Adams administration.
What is France?
List one part of Alexander Hamilton’s economic plan.
What is *?
List the other two parts of Alexander Hamilton’s economic plan.
What are * and *?
The main threat faced by Americans in the Northwest Territories
What were Native American tribes supplied with guns and ammunition by the British?
Review Sheet Unit 3 Washington to War of 1812.
The First Presidency TJ and AH Federalists vs. Democratic.
Treaty that gave the United States access to some American Indian lands in the Northwest Territory and guaranteed safe travel for U.S. citizens. Treaty.
C ALL TO F REEDOM HOLT HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON 1 LAUNCHING THE NATION (1789–1800) Section 1:Laying the Foundations of Government Section 2:Hamilton.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
Chapter 8 Notes The Federalist Era
Washington and Adams Administrations
The American Nation Section 1: Washington Takes Office Section 2: Creating a Foreign Policy Section 3: Political Parties Emerge Section 4: The Second President.
Challenges of the 1790s Chapter 6, Section 2. France in 1790 Overthrow of the French monarchy ◦ Monarchy – a type of government where there is a sovereign.
Chapter 9 Test tomorrow! Get out your Notebooks to review……
The Federalist Era Chapter 8.
John Adams: President #2 Refresher: What were the positives and negatives of Adam’s presidency?
Presidencies of George Washington and John Adams
The Early Republic
The Early Republic ( ) “’tis the event which I have long dreaded” -George Washington on his Presidential election.
Thursday, November 4th Agenda Bellwork- ? Assignment # 9 Jeopardy Notes Homework Assignment # 10 Note card –Only 1 note card!!!! Must have AT LEAST 15.
Get a piece of scrap paper Number from 1 to 40 Let’s see what you know! Which one are you?
Chapter 7. Essential Question I. Washington Leads a New Nation Honest leader and hero of the Revolution Electoral College: a body of electors who represent.
Washington and Adams Presidencies.
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