5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Pickney's Treaty
- John Adams
- Bank of the United States
- Jay's Treaty
- Alexander Hamilton
- a 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."
- b free navigation of the Mississippi River; right to deposit goods New Orleans, no customs no more indian attacks
- c Delegate to the Constitutional Convention and leader of the Federalists; first secretary of the treasury.
- d Was made up by John Jay. It said that Britain was to pay for Americans ships that were seized in 1793. It said that Americans had to pay British merchants debts owed from before the revolution and Britain had agreed to remove their troops from the Ohio Valley
- e A place where all the tax money would go, money would be printed, loans issued, and loans regulated.
5 Multiple choice questions
- a statement of fundamental rights and privileges (especially the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution)
- a statement that is assumed to be true and from which a conclusion can be drawn
- the United States would not support either side in the war and Americans could not aid either Britain or France
- United States diplomat and jurist who negotiated peace treaties with Britain and served as the first chief justice of the United States Supreme Court (1745-1829)
- American general during the American Revolution (1745-1796)
5 True/False questions
Little Turtle → native american leader who led native american confederacy against americans in the Battle of Falledn Timbers, chieftain of the miami tribe
excise tax → the French king who gave money and troops to help the patriots
Alien Laws → 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."
Louis XVI → the French king who gave money and troops to help the patriots
funding at par → a tax that is measured by the amount of business done (not on property or income from real estate)