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Chapter 9 Vocab KL

To swear in as president. inaugrate
An act that gave the Supreme Court six members: a chief justice and five other jugdes. Federal Judiciary Act
The head of departments that assist the president. cabinet
A tax on imported goods. tariff
The Americans fought 2000 Indians for More land for the expansion of the U.S. Battle of Fallen Timbers
An treaty the indians signed that gave up most of present day Ohio. Treaty of Greenville
A rebellion of farmers against tax it was eventually put down. Whiskey Rebellion
The revolution of the French people against their government. French Revolution
Not siding with one country or another. neutral
A treaty that made Britian pay for damages to the U.S. vessels the British siezed Jay's Treaty
A treaty with Spain that gave Americans the right to use the Mississippi River and store goods in New Orleans. Pinckney's Treaty
Relations with governments from other countries. foreign policy
A group of people that tries to promote its ideas and influence government. political party
A report about the French loaning situation. XYZ affair
One act extended the waiting period to become a citizen to 14 years and the other was the president could order disloyal aliens out the country during war. Alien and Sedition Acts
The rights the states have and federal government can't violate states' rights
Created by: l0302590