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Chapter 9 & 10 test

QuestionAnswer
This Declared that any treasonable activity was punishable by fine/imprisonment Sedition Act
The United States was caught in the middle of the war between these two countries Britan and France
This included a $250,000 bribe from French Foreign Ministers XYZ affair
What was Alexander Hamiltons position in Washington's cabinet Secretary of the Treasury
What was not part of Pinckney's treaty of 1795 say about the U.S. and Spain Americans had to pay terrifs to trade with Spain
How many Representatives are in the House of Representatives 435 Representatives
How long do you have to be a citizen of the U.S. to be a representative 7 years
How old do you have to be to qualify to be a senator 30 years
How long does a judge serve in the Supreme court For life
How long do you have to be a citizen of the United States to run for senator 7 years
What is the Presidents salary $400,000
When is the President inauguration January 20
Who gives the oath of office to the President Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
The supreme court does what Enforce the laws
What explorers were part of the Louis and Clark expedition. Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and Sacagawea
How much money was the Louisiana Purchase approved for $15 million
Who was the third president of the United States Thomas Jefferson
Who was Chief Justice John Marshall
What were the three inventions by Thomas Jefferson Wheel cipher, Copy Machine, Sundial
This was a war between Native Americans and American forces in 1794 Battle of Fallen Timbers
What 1795 treaty had 12 Native American Tribes ceded control of most of Ohio and Indiana to the U. S. Government Treaty of Greenville
This was an agreement that ended the dispute with Britan over American Shipping during the French Recolution Jay's Treaty
A group of people that tries to promote its ideas in influence goverment Political Party
This was the idea that a state could cancel a fedral idea within a state States' Rights
He was the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court appointed by John Adams John Marshall
Jefferson supported this political party Federalists
She was a shoshone woman sho assisted the Lewis and Clark expedition Sacagawea
This was a law that forbade American ships from sailing to foreign ports and closed all American ports to British ships Embargo Act of 1807
These were people who supported the War of 1812 War Hawks
This set a precedent for future conflicts in the nation between state and national government States' Rights
This gave congress the authority to do whatever is "necessary and proper" Elastic Clause
He was one of the leaders of the Democratic-Republicans Thomas Jefferson
HE became second president of the United States in 1796 John Adams
He believed in a strong central government Alexander Hamilton
He was the first president of the United States George Washington
This forced the Native Americans out of the Northwest Territory Battle of Fallen Timbers
This uprising hit the Blaackcountry the hardest Whisky Rebellion
Precedent set by George Washington Cabinet positions
Our current presidential inauguration is on this date January 20th
Law that forbade American ships from sailing to foreign ports and closed American ports to British ships Embargo act of 1807
Principle that states the Supreme Court has the final say in interpreting the Constitution Judicial review
Shoshone woman who assisted the Lewis and Clark expedition Sacagawea
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court appointed by John Adams John Marshall
Group that explored the Louisana Territory and lands west; also known as the Corps of Discovery Lewis and Clark Expedition
The Political party of Hamilton and Adams; supported a strong central government Federalist
American purchase of the Louisiana Territory from France in 1803 Louisiana Purchace
Westerners who supported the War of 1812 War Hawks
Naval officer who led the U.S. victory over the British on Lake Erie in 1813 Oliver Hazard Perry
This fort was bombarded and inspired the star spangled banner Fort McKinley
The origional Flag is displayed here Washington D.C.
He was the writer of the star spangled banner Francis Scott Key
He wrote his will the day before the dual Alexander Hamilton
Aaron Burr represented this political party Republican Party
Alexander hamilton was the first person in this cabinet position Secretary of the Treasury
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