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CH 9 Vocab IY


Sworn in Inaugurate
(1789) this gave the supreme court 6 members- a chief justice, and five associates Federal Judiciary Act
the heads of departments that the president appointed to assist him Cabinet
a tax on imported goods Tariff
on August 20, 1794,a force of 2,0000 Native Americans attacked Wayne's troops in Miami the Native Americans were defeated was over issues in the Northwest Territory Battle of Fallen Timbers
(1795) after the Balle of Fallen Timbers, the Native Americans agreed to cede much of present day Ohio and Indiana to the US Government TReaty of Greenville
(1794) a group of farmers in western Pennsylvania staged a rebellion against the tax Whiskey Rebellion
(1789)the financial crisis in France led the people there to rebel against their government French Revolution
not siding with one country or the other Neutral
(1796)the British agreed to pay damages for the US vessels they had seized failed to open up the profitable British West Indies trade to Americans Jay's Treaty
(1795)gave Americans the right to travel freely on the Mississippi River Pickney's Treaty
relations with the governments of other countries Foreign Policy
a group of people that tries to promote ideas and influence government Political Party
when French agents bribed Americans to give them money XYZ Affair
(1798)acts that targeted immigrants who were not citizens yet Alien and Sedition Acts
states had rights that the federal government could not violate State's Rights
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