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Unit 3 Lesson 2: People and Events

Alexander Hamilton He was a Fedralist who served as Secretary of Treasury during Washington's prersidency. He created the fist national bank in America.
Edmund Randolph Served as the first Attoney General under President Washington
Electoral College A group of people named by each state legislature to select the president and vice president.
George Washington The first president of the US States.
Henry Knox Served as the first Secretary of War under President Washington.
Militia An army made up of citizens in our country who serve as soliers during an emergency.
Thomas Jefferson Served as President Washington's first Secretary of State.
Washington's Farewell Address A speech in which President Washington warned Americans not to get involved in European affairs.
The Whiskey Rebellion A rebellion in 1794 in which a mob of angry farmers acctacked tax collectors and burned down buildings. Washington lead troops to end the rebellion.
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