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Jasmine Rojas A3

Jasmine Rojas A3 Early American History

termDefinition
Cabinet heads of executive departments who serve as the president's advisers.
Judiciary Act of 1789 act that organized the judicial branch of the government.
Strict construction belief that the government could do only what the constitution said it could do.
Loose construction belief that the government could take any reasonable action that was not specifically forbidden by the constitution.
Bank of the United States national bank created by Congress in 1791.
Whiskey Rebellion 1794 uprising in which farmers attacked tax collectors.
Two-party system political system that includes two opposing groups.
Democratic-Republicans Jeffersonian Republicans, favored democratic government.
Neutrality Proclamation United States would not take sides in foreign wars.
Jay's Treaty 1794 treaty between the United States and Britain negotiated by John Jay.
Pinckney's Treaty 1795 treaty between the United States and Spain negotiated by Thomas Pinckney.
Little turtle native American war chief who led the Miamis and Shawness
Battle of Fallen Timbers 1794 battle between white Americans and Native Americans
Treaty of Greenville 1795 treaty in which Native Americans gave up land in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Michigan
Sectionalism loyalty to one's region
XYZ affair incident in which France insulted the United States by sending minor officials to meet with American diplomats
Alien and Sedition Acts laws aimed against French and Irish refugees and outlawing criticism of the government
Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions arguments by Jefferson and Madison that the Alien and Sedition Acts were unconstitutional
nullification the declaration by a state that a federal law is void
Aaron Burr Democratic- Republican candidate who tied Jefferson in the 1800 presidential election
Twelfth Amendment amendment that said that electors must cast separate ballots for president and vice president
Louisiana Purchase purchase of the Louisiana Territory from France for $15 million
Lewis and Clark expedition expedition sent by Jefferson to explore the west
Treaty of Ghent 1814 treaty that ended the war of 1813
Tecumseh Shawnee leader
Battle of New Orleans battle between the British and the Americans that the Americans won, making Jackson a hero
Created by: Jasmine Rojas