As President, this man helped to disband the Whiskey Rebellion, keep the United States neutral in foreign affairs, and improve the economy.
As our first Secretary of State, this man believed that we should have a strict interpretation of the Constitution.
As our first Secretary of the Treasury, this man created a three-part financial plan to fix our nation's economy. He had a loose interpretation of the Constitution.
As our first Vice President, this man was jealous that he was not President. He also was a Federalist.
As our first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, this man had a treaty named after him.
This man is a Republican that was in a duel. He was charged with murder for killing a man in this very duel.
A writer of the federalist papers that argued factions were selfish groups, unconcerned with the well-being of the whole nation.
The military leader that Washington sent to the Ohio River Valley to fight a series of battles against the Native Americans. His victory at The Battle of Fallen Timbers opened up the land for American settlement.
As the first Attorney General, this man advised George Washington on legal matters.
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