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History 1

Unit 5

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What was it that made pensilva rebel against the tax on whiskey? Whisky Rebellion
What did George Washington write when he left office. Washington's Farewell address
People who were farmers. They favored state governments. Flavored France. Democratic Republic Party
People who were rich,educated wellborn. Favored strong national government. Favored Great Britain or England. Federalist Party
Law that allows John Adams to deport immigrants he thought that where dangerous. Alien Act
Allowed John Adams to arrest or fine people that criticize or hate on the government. Sedition Act
It was a law that to stop Democratic Republicans for French cause. Alien and sedition Acts
Thomas jefferson makes two laws to get rid of the Alien and sedition Acts Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions
The amendment where they put the President and the Vice President on separate ballots. 12 Amendment
Thomas jefferson win the election of ________ with 35 votes. Election of 1800
The election where there was peaceful power transfer from Federalist to Democratic republicans. Election of 1800
The biggest land purchase in the United States. Louisiana purchase
The purchase where Jefferson wanted to only buy new orleans but he bought more. Louisiana purchase
The purchase where Jefferson constitutional struggles to buy. Louisiana purchase
The only way Jefferson could make this purchase was by treaty clause. Louisiana purchase
Where two people explored the new land of the Louisiana purchase Lewis and Clark expedition
The expedition where the number 1 goal was to fined northwest Water passages. Lewis and Clark expedition
The expedition was to find a link between the atlantic ocean and the Pacific ocean. Lewis and Clark expedition
Political cartoon for America and the British. Cartoon about War of 1812-Second War of independence
Document issued by James moroun Monroe Doctrine
Person who says agreeing to stay out of foreign affairs Monroe Doctrine
Person that say if you don't get into western affairs you won't get into european affairs Monroe Doctrine
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