Chapter 9 Test use yout notes/ powerpoint



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US History: Chapter 9 Test

USE YOUT NOTES/ POWERPOINT to STUDY the following.

Remember you need to KNOW ALL VOCABULARY words and be able to KNOW EVENTS in each lesson.

Lesson 1: The First President



Vocabulary: precedent, cabinet, bond, tariff

  • Washington’s Presidency Accomplishment: Judiciary Act 1789, Bill of Rights

  • Washington’s Cabinet Department

  • Alexander Hamilton’s Plan to Fix the Economy: Bonds, the National Debt, the Bank, Tariff

Lesson 2: Washington’s Early Challenges

Vocabulary: Whiskey Rebellion, Battle of Fallen Timbers, Proclamation of Neutrality, impressment, Jay’s Treaty, Pinckney’s Treaty

  • Washington’s Domestic Challenges:

    • Whiskey Rebellion (what is this event and how does Washington deal with this challenge?)

    • Conflict with Native Americans (Battle of Fallen Timbers— what is this event and how does Washington deal with this challenge?)

  • Washington’s Foreign Challenges:

    • Trouble with Britain—Impressment of American Sailors (what is this event and how does Washington deal with this challenge?)

    • Trouble with Spain—Border Disputes and the Use of port of New Orleans and Mississippi River (what is this event and how does Washington deal with this challenge?)

Lesson 3: The First Political Parties


Vocabulary: partisan, caucus, aliens, sedition, nullify, states’ rights

  • Federalists (who are their leaders and what do this party believe in?)

  • Democratic-Republicans (who are their leaders and what do this party believe in?)

  • What issues do the two parties disagree on?

  • Election of 1796: John Adams vs. Thomas Jefferson

  • John Adams’ Foreign Challenge

    • XYZ Affair (what is this challenge and how does Adams deals with it?)

  • John Adams’ Domestic Challenge

    • Alien and Sedition Act of 1789(what is this challenge and how does Adams deals with it?)

*****FIND A SUMMARY OF THE CHAPTER ATTACHED TO THIS REVIEW SHEET*****


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