5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Mad Anthony Wayne
- Neutrality Proclamation
- Alexander Hamilton
- George Washington
- Louis XVI
- a Virginian, patriot, general, and president. Lived at Mount Vernon. Led the Revolutionary Army in the fight for independence. First President of the United States.
- b the United States would not support either side in the war and Americans could not aid either Britain or France
- c Delegate to the Constitutional Convention and leader of the Federalists; first secretary of the treasury.
- d the French king who gave money and troops to help the patriots
- e American general during the American Revolution (1745-1796)
5 Multiple choice questions
- France and England start to seize American ships; starts an "unofficial war" between America and France; Causes the creation of 33 ships for a navy and ends long treaty with France
- the historic period (1793-94) during the French Revolution when thousands were executed
- In 1789 Congress passed this Act which created the federal-court system. The act managed to quiet popular apprehensions by establishing in each state a federal district court that operated according to local procedures.
- A young, French diplomat that was sent to win American support.
- Post-revolution war, British instigate Native American attacks, but "Mad" Anthony Wayne defeats them in Ohio Valley and gets the Greenville treaty, which cedes Native American land in Ohio Valley to U.S.
5 True/False questions
Whiskey Rebellion → Laws in which residence before citizenship changed from five years to fourteen, and the President was given power to deport (in times of peace) or imprison (in times of war) dangerous immigrants
tariff → a government tax on imports or exports
Sedition Act → Laws in which residence before citizenship changed from five years to fourteen, and the President was given power to deport (in times of peace) or imprison (in times of war) dangerous immigrants
John Jay → America's first Vice-President and second President. Sponsor of the American Revolution in Massachusetts, and wrote the Massachusetts guarantee that freedom of press "ought not to be restrained."
Convention of 1800 → Made it a crime to criticize the government or government officials. Opponents claimed that it violated citizens' rights to freedom of speech and freedom of the press, gauranteed by the First Amednment.