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Chapter 9 vocab BV

sworn in inaugurated
Gave Supreme court six members .Federal Judiciary Act
heads of departments cabinet
a tax on imported goods .tariff
The Native Americans were defeated .Battle of fallen timbers
Twelve tribes singed this in which they agreed to cede, or surrender, much of present day Ohio and Indiana to the U.S government. Treaty of Greenville
Staged against the tax Whiskey Rebellion
Very violent and Americans supported it French Revolution
not siding with either country neutral
British agreed to pay damages for U.S vessels they had seized. Jay's Treaty
Gave Americans the right to travel freely on the Mississippi River. Pinckney's treaty
Relations with the governments of other countries. foreign policy
A group of people that tries to promote its ideas and influence government. political party
French agents took Americans aside to tell them the minister would hold talks but the Americans refused. XYZ Affair
These acts targeted aliens. Alien and Sedition Acts
States had rights that the government could not violate. state's rights
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