5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Democratic Party
- Judiciary Act of 1789
- Alien and Sedition Act
- James Madison
- a a sense of pride and devotion to a country
- b (1751-1836) American statesman, he was a delegate to the Constitutional Convention, the fourth president of the United States, the author of some of the Federalist Papers, and is called the father of the Constitution for his proposals at the Constitutional Convention. He led the United States through the War of 1812.
- c legislation passed by Congress that created the federal court system
- d a political party formed by supporters of Andrew Jackson after the presidential election of 1824
- e (1798) laws passed by a Federalist-dominated Congress aimed at protecting the government from treasonous ideas, actions, and people
5 Multiple choice questions
- (1811) U.S. victory over an Indian confederation that wanted to stop white settlement in the Northwest Territory; increased tensions between Great Britain and the United States
- (1770-1838) American soldier and friend of Meriwether Lewis, he was invited to explore the Louisiana Purchase and joined what became known as the Lewis and Clark expedition.
- (1807) a law that prohibited American merchants from trading with other countries
- (1803) the purchase of French land between the Mississippi River and the Rocky Mountains that doubled the size of the United States
- a political party formed in 1834 by opponents of Andrew Jackson and who supported a strong legislature
5 True/False questions
Federalist Party → a political party formed in 1834 by opponents of Andrew Jackson and who supported a strong legislature
Treaty of Greenville → (1814) a treaty signed by the United States and Britain ending the War of 1812
Sequoya → (between 1760 and 1770-1843) American Indian scholar and craftsman, he created a writing system for the Cherokee language and taught literacy to many Cherokee
John Marshall → (1782-1850) American politician and supporter of slavery and states' rights, he served as vice president to Andrew Jackson and was instrumental in the South Carolina ification crisis.
Redeemers → a private ship authorized by a nation to attack its enemies