Free Exercise Clause
the First Amendment clause that protects a citizen's right to believe and practice whatever religion he or she chooses
occurred in western Pennsylvania, a 1794 protest over a tax on all liquor made and sold in the United States
agreement negotiated by john jay to work out problems between britain and the US over the western frontier trade in the caribbean, british seizure of US ships, and debts owed to british merchants
Treaty of Greenville
(1795) an agreement between Native American confederation leaders and the U.S. government that gave the United States Indian lands in the Northwest Territory and guaranteed that U.S. citizens could safely travel through the region
Treaty of San Lorenzo
(1795) treaty with Spain is also known as Pinckney's Treaty. It gave the US unrestricted access to the Mississippi River and established the border between the US and Spanish Florida.
(Sept. 19, 1796) Washington's final official speech as president advising Americans against becoming involved in European affairs and of the development of political parties.
a 1797 French attempt to bribe the United States by demanding money before discussing French seizure of neutral American ships.