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Chapter 9 Vocabulary

US History

inaugurate to swear in or induct into office in a formal ceremony
Federal Judiciary Act it helped create a court system and gave the Supreme Court 6 memebers
cabinet advisers that the President appoints to advise him with many issues and problems
tariff a tax on imported goods
Battle of Fallen Timbers 1794 an American army defeated 2,000 Native Americans in a clash over control of the Northwest Territory
Treaty of Greenville 1795 agreement in which 12 Native American tribes surrendered much of present-day Ohio and Indiana to the US government
Whiskey Rebellion 1794 protest against the government's tax on whiskey, which was valuable to the livelihood of back-country farmers
French Revolution 1789 the French launched a movement for liberty and equality
nuetral not siding with one country or another
Jay's Treaty the agreement that ended dispute over American shipping during the French Revolution
Pinckney's Treaty a 1795 treaty with Spain that allowed American's to use the Mississippi River and to store goods in New Orleans; made the 31st parallel the southern US border
foreign policy relations with the governments of other countries
political party a group of people that try to promote its ideas and influence government
XYZ Affair a 1797 incident in which French officials demanded a bribe from US deplomats
state's rights theory that said that states had the right to judge when the federal government had passed an unconstitutional law
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