Unit 3 Study a Guide

What cabinet positions did Washington reestablish? What did they do? Who were the heads of the departments?
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Between US and Britain; accepted Britain's right to stop neutral ships. In return, allowed Americans to submit claims for legal seizures and required the British to remove their troops and Indian agents from the Northwest territory. It ignored the American claim that "free ships make free goods" and required American citizens to pay pre-revolutionary war debts.
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