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8th Grade US History

Early Republic

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_________Farewell Address advised the United States to stay “neutral in its relations with other nations” and to avoid “entangling alliances”. George Washington’s
The___________Affair happened during the 2nd president’s term. John Adams sent a delegation to France to end the French seizing American ships. This almost brought the US and France to war due to the French reaction. XYZ
___________were laws that targeted immigrants making it more difficult to become citizens. The laws also prohibited public opposition of the national government. Occurred during John Adams’ presidency Alien and Sedition Acts
is a theory that states had rights that the federal government could not violate and that states could nullify federal laws. States’ Rights
_________is the idea of a state declaring a federal law illegal. Nullification
became the 3rd President of the United States and purchased the Louisiana territory, doubling the size of the United States. Thomas Jefferson
_____is considered to be the “Father of the Constitution”. He was also the 4th president and the War of 1812 occurred during his presidency. James Madison
The War of_____ was fought between the US and Britain. A main issue that led to war was impressment of American sailors. 1812
The Treaty of _____ ended the War of 1812. No one won and all land went back to the original owner. Ghent
The 5th president, was the author of the Monroe Doctrine, which shut down the western hemisphere to European expansion or interference. In return, the US agreed to not interfere in European affairs. James Monroe
Created by: HBend