25 terms

chap. 8

at the time of george washington's first inauguration, all of the following were true except
political parties were already bitterly opposed to each other
the national census of 1790 revealed that the number of white and black Americans was
4 000 000
there was little use of indentured servants or slaves in new england because
it was an impractical place to cultivate cash crops
new england was the most uniform region in america for all of the following reasons ecvept
it contained the highest percentage of people who had been loyalists
what was different about the population of new england compared to other regions
women had outnumbered men in parts of the region
the most ethnically and religiously diverse region in early america was
the mid-atlantic region
all fo the following lived, in large numbers, in the mid-atlantic except
central european catholics
a major source of profit in the mid-atlantic was
commercial farming
mid-atlantic culture was characterized by all of the following except
a clean consensus for republicanism with a strong central government
what factor made the south the most populous region in the early u.s.
the presence of a large number of african=american slaves
slaves made up the majority of the population in all of the following regions except
the piedmont region near the appalachian mountains
social tensions between lowcountry and backcountry southerners included
the vast differences in wealth and religious practices
which geographic region best describes the american west in 1790
from the appalachian mountain to the mississippi river
during the 1780s, all of the following are true about the west except
indians and whites had not yet reached the point of conflict
before 1800, the creek indians
blocked american expanion into their homeland
occupied land even though they held no title on it
who most likely would have said i never was a frend to larnd men
kentuckians who wanted statehood
which statement about the northwest in 1790 is not true
political allegiance of northwesterners was strongly pro-federalist
john adams proposed that george washing be addressed as
high highness
the first governemtn's base of support was strengthened by
passing the bill of rights
congress increased the power of the president when it allowed the executive to
nominate and dismiss officials in the presidential cabint
judiciary act
represented an artful compromise that balanced legal powers
sectional differences arose over the debate about
the specific aspects of the tariff act of 1789
madison wanted to place especially high duty taxes on imports from
the first secretary of treasury was
alexander hamilton