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chapter 9

Chapter 9 vocab

Inaugurate Sworn in to politcal office.
Federal Judiciary Act Gave Supreme Members six members: a chief justice,or judge, and five associate justices.
Cabinet President having people that help him with issues and problems.
Battle of Fallen Timbers Washington thought that protecting the Northwest territory and he sent troops the Ohio Valley. Natives lost a battle against Washingtons army.
Treaty of Greenville Twelve tribes signed the treaty in 1795, they all agreed to cede, or surrender, much of the present day Ohio and Indiana to the U.S. government.
Whiskey Rebellion Summer of 1794, a group of farmers in western Pennsylvania and they staged the rebellion. Washington had proved his point and showed his power to/that he can enforce the laws.
French Revolution French revolutionaries demanded liberty and equality. The revolution got very violent and the French kept getting killed and conquered. The U.S. stayed neutral during the war and helped no side.
Neutral Remaining on no team. No side.
Jay's Retreat Britian made it hard for the U.S to keep neutal, kept seizing cargoes of the American ships carrying goods from the French West Indies.British payed for the damages for the u.s. vessel they had seized.
Pinckney's Treaty With spain gave Americans the right to travel freely on the Mississippi River.
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