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Chapter 9 Vocab.JH:)

When the president swears to be president. inaugurate
This Act gave the Supreme Court six members, a cheif justice, and five associate justices. Federal Judiciary Act
This helps the president run the nation, departments. cabinet
A tax on imported goods. tariff
When the Native Americans fought Wayne's troops, and a storm was on, and when it was over, a lot of trees had been struck down. Battle of the Fallen
1795, When Native Americans surrendered to the U.S government. Treaty of Greenville
In 1794, a group of farmers in P.A. staged this against taxes. Whiskey Rebellion
1792, this rebellion became very violent. French Revolution
When the United Sates wanted to be neutral, or not on anyone's side. neutral
When the British agreed to pay for the damage of U.S vessels. Jay's Treaty
With this, Spain gave Americans the right to store goods in New Orleans port. Pinckney's Treaty
Relations with the governments of other countries. foreign policy
A group of people that try to promote ideas and influence the government. political party
1797, this incident in which the French officials demanded a bribe from U.S diplomats. XYZ Affair
These acts targeted immagrants that were not yet citizens. Alien and Sedition Acts
When states had rights that the Federal government couldn't violate. states' rights
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