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AMERICAN HISTORY. A New Nation Review!. “ I won because I learned!”. Here is some extra fun for when you finish! Which Political Party: http://www.quia.com/cm/96474.html?AP_rand=1590157020 Jefferson Era Concentration: http://www.quia.com/cc/755012.html Jefferson Era Flashcards:

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American history

AMERICAN HISTORY

A New Nation Review!

“ I won because I learned!”


American history

Here is some extra fun for when you finish!

Which Political Party:

http://www.quia.com/cm/96474.html?AP_rand=1590157020

Jefferson Era Concentration:

http://www.quia.com/cc/755012.html

Jefferson Era Flashcards:

http://www.quia.com/jfc/755012.html

Jefferson Era Matching:

http://www.quia.com/mc/755012.html

New Nation Game:

http://www.quia.com/jfc/828872.html

War of 1812 Review!

http://www.warof1812.ca/quiz1.htm


American history

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Treaties

Rebellion

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  • QUESTION:

    While no one campaigned for president during the first election, ______________ won the election unanimously and was inaugurated here.


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  • QUESTION:

    While no one campaigned for president during the first election, ______________ won the election unanimously.

    ANSWER:

    - George Washington; New York City


American history

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  • QUESTION:

    Washington felt that the position of President should be grand so he told people to call him…


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  • QUESTION:

    Washington felt that the position of President should be grand so he told people to call him…

  • ANSWER:

    Mr. President


Precedents 300

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  • QUESTION:

    Presidents followed this Washington idea for more than a century. This decision by Washington turned into the 22nd Amendment.


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  • QUESTION:

    Presidents followed this Washington idea for more than a century. This decision by Washington turned into the 22nd Amendment.

  • ANSWER:

    Stepping down after 2 terms


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  • QUESTION:

    After he stepped down after two terms, Washington recommended these two things in his farewell address.


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  • QUESTION:

    After he stepped down after two terms, Washington recommended these two things in his farewell address.

    ANSWER:

  • Stay neutral

  • Don’t form political parties


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  • QUESTION:

    As president Washington knew he would need help. Washington created four cabinet positions. Name three of them.


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  • QUESTION:

    As president Washington knew he would need help. Washington created four cabinet positions. Name three of them.

  • ANSWER:

    Secretary of State

    Secretary of Treasury

    Secretary of War (Defense)

    Attorney General


Treaties 100

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  • QUESTION:

    While it did not deal with the real problem, ____________, ___________ said British would leave forts in the west, and the U.S. would pay back pre-revolution debts.


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  • QUESTION:

    While it did not deal with the real problem, ____________, ___________ said British would leave forts in the west, and the U.S. would pay back pre-revolution debts.

  • ANSWER:

    Impressments, Jay’s Treaty


Treaties 200

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  • QUESTION:

    This treaty gave us disputed land in Mississippi and Alabama from Spain and said the U.S. and Spain would protect each other’s trade interests along the Mississippi River.


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  • QUESTION:

    This treaty gave us disputed land in Mississippi and Alabama from Spain and said the U.S. and Spain would protect each other’s trade interests along the Mississippi River.

  • ANSWER:

    Pinckney’s Treaty


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  • QUESTION:

    A year after the Battle of Fallen Timbers, this treaty allowed citizens to settle in the Ohio Valley region without the threat of Native Americans attacking.


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  • QUESTION:

    A year after the Battle of Fallen Timbers, this treaty allowed citizens to settle in the Ohio Valley region without the threat of Native Americans attacking.

  • ANSWER:

    Treaty of Greenville


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  • Question:

    Because of domestic problems that needed attention and the urging of the French to aid their cause in their own Revolution, George Washington made this statement.


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  • Question:

    Because of domestic problems that needed attention and the urging of the French to aid their cause in their own Revolution, George Washington made this statement.

  • ANSWER:

    A Proclamation of Neutrality


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  • QUESTION:

    What was the result of the Treaty that Adams signed with France to end their undeclared war at sea with the United States?


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  • QUESTION:

    What was the result of the Treaty that Adams signed with France to end their undeclared war at sea with the United States?

  • ANSWER:

    The Federalist Party split into pro and anti-Adams (hurt Adams in the 1800 election)


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  • Question:

    Where was the Whiskey Rebellion and why did they rebel?


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    Where was the Whiskey Rebellion and why did they rebel?

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    Western Pennsylvania farmers barter the Whiskey they made so they had no money to pay taxes.


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  • Question:

    Why did Aaron Burr challenge Alexander Hamilton to a duel?


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  • Question:

    Why did Aaron Burr challenge Alexander Hamilton to a duel?

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    Because he felt Hamilton cost him the Presidency and the Governorship of N.Y. (said he was going to help New York secede, and start a Northern Cofederacy)


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  • QUESTION:

    Who put down the Whiskey Rebellion and what did this say about the changes we made to the Constitution?


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  • QUESTION:

    Who put down the Whiskey Rebellion and what did tell us about the changes we made to the Constitution?

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    George Washington and 13,000 troops. This showed that under our new government, we could protect ourselves.


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  • Question:

    What was the result of the Hamilton / Burr Duel?


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  • Question:

    What was the result of the Hamilton / Burr Duel?

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    Hamilton dies and Burr is sent into exile (political career is over; he is later tried for treason for attempting to start his own nation in Louisiana)


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  • QUESTION:

    The Whiskey Rebellion was significant because it told those who were not happy with government policy that……


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  • QUESTION:

    The Whiskey Rebellion was significant because it told those who were not happy with government policy that……

  • ANSWER:

    If you were going to rebel you needed to do so peacefully and by constitutional means!


Parties 100

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  • QUESTION:

    As political parties began to form, this persons ideas were the backbone of the Federalist Party.


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  • QUESTION:

    As political parties began to form, this persons ideas were the backbone of the Federalist Party.

  • ANSWER:

    Alexander Hamilton


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  • QUESTION:

    I would support this party if I favored an economy focused on Agriculture and sided with the French.


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  • QUESTION:

    I would support this party if I favored an economy focused on Agriculture and sided with the French.

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    The Democratic Republicans


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  • QUESTION:

    I would join this party because I favor Tariffs that will protect American products that are manufactured.


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  • QUESTION:

    I would join this party because I favor Tariffs that will protect American products that are manufactured.

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    The Federalists


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  • QUESTION:

    How did the Federalists feel about the Constitution?


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  • QUESTION:

    How did the Federalists feel about the Constitution?

  • ANSWERS:

    They wanted a loose interpretation


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  • QUESTION:

    Who did the Democratic Republicans want to run the government?


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  • QUESTION:

    Who did the Democratic Republicans want to run the government?

  • ANSWER:

    All people including those from poorer classes.


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  • QUESTION:

    Who pressured Madison into going to War?


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  • QUESTION:

    These people were young republicans that pressured Madison into going to War.

  • ANSWER:

    War Hawks; John Calhoun (SC) and Henry Clay (KY)


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  • QUESTION:

    The U.S. decided to go to War with Britain partially because of the disputed _________ that we had near British ___________.


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  • QUESTION:

    The U.S. decided to go to War with Britain partially because of the disputed _________ that we had near British ___________.

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    border; Canada


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  • QUESTION:

    The ___________ defeated the __________ giving Old Iron Sides a victory that showed we could compete with Britain at sea.


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  • QUESTION:

    The ___________ defeated the __________ giving Old Iron Sides a victory that showed we could compete with Britain at sea.

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    U.S.S. Constitution ; Guerriere


War of 1812 4002

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  • QUESTION:

    This U.S. victory stopped the British from blocking supplies and troop movement to Ohio.


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  • QUESTION:

    This U.S. victory stopped the British from blocking supplies and troop movement to Ohio.

  • ANSWER:

    Battle of Lake Erie


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  • QUESTION:

    Because the U.S. was tired of Britain ___________ ships and frustrated with poor _________ with no jobs, war was declared against Britain.


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  • QUESTION:

    Because the U.S. was tired of Britain ___________ ships and frustrated with poor _________ with no jobs, war was declared against Britain.

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    impressing; economy


American history

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  • QUESTION:

    This commander helped the U.S. win the battle of Tippecanoe, as well as the Battle of the Thames during the War of 1812.


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    Helped the U.S. win the battle of Tippecanoe, as well as the Battle of the Thames during the War of 1812.

  • ANSWER:

    William Henry Harrison


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  • Question:

    Who was Washington’s Secretary of War (Defense), Secretary of State, and Secretary of Treasury?


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  • Question:

    Who was Washington’s Secretary of War (Defense), Secretary of State, and Secretary of Treasury?

  • Answer:

    Henry Knox, Thomas Jefferson, and Alexander Hamilton


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  • Question:

    Who tried to create a Native American alliance, but was forced to join the British after the Battle of Tippecanoe?


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  • Question:

    Who tried to create a Native American alliance, but was forced to join the British after the Battle of Tippecanoe?

  • Answer:

    Tecumseh


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  • Question:

    This person saved a painting of George Washington from being destroyed when the Whitehouse was burned in the War of 1812.


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  • Question:

    This person saved a painting of George Washington from being destroyed when the Whitehouse was burned in the War of 1812.

  • Answer:

    Dolley Madison


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  • Question:

    During the Battle of Lake Erie, He said “We have met the enemy and they are ours”, and switched boats in this Naval victory.


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  • Question:

    During the Battle of Lake Erie, He said “We have met the enemy and they are ours”, and switched boats in this Naval victory.

  • Answer:

    Oliver Hazard Perry


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Question:

Davy Crockett helped defeat this Native American tribe in the Southwest as Andrew Jackson broke their resistance with a violent victory at Horseshoe Bend.


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.Question:

Davy Crockett helped defeat this Native American tribe in the Southwest as Andrew Jackson broke their resistance with a violent victory at Horseshoe Bend.

  • Answer:

    The Creek


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  • Question:

    The U.S. surviving the siege at Fort McHenry was important because.


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  • Question:

    The U.S. surviving the siege at Fort McHenry was important because.

  • Answer:

  • It kept the major port open

  • It stopped the splitting in half of our country


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  • Question:

    As 1814 came to a close, the U.S. and Britain wanted to end the fighting. This treaty changed nothing other than to end the War of 1812.


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  • Question:

    As 1814 came to a close, the U.S. and Britain wanted to end the fighting. This treaty changed nothing other than to end the War of 1812.

  • Answer:

    Treaty of Ghent


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  • Question:

    This battle happened after the war was over, but gave the U.S. a decisive victory and solidified their hold on the Mississippi River.


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  • Question:

    This battle happened after the war was over, but gave the U.S. a decisive victory and solidified their hold on the Mississippi River.

  • Answer:

    The Battle of New Orleans


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  • Question:

    What were three results of the War of 1812?


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  • Question:

    What were three results of the War of 1812?

    Answer:

    1) World Respect

    2) New Heroes

    3) Patriotism

    4) Native Americans pushed west

    5) Improved Trade (Economy)

    (make sure you can explain them on a test!)


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  • Question:

    Who won the election of 1800 and what change came because of it?


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  • Question:

    Who won the election of 1800 and what change came because of it?

  • Answer:

    Thomas Jefferson; 12th Amendment – voting for President and Vice President on separate ballots.


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  • Question:

    This country declared war with the U.S. after the U.S. blockaded the North Coast of Africa.


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  • Question:

    This country declared war with the U.S. after the U.S. blockaded the North Coast of Africa.

  • Answer: Tripoli


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Question:

Soon after Ohio was added as a state in 1803, what event began where the star is located in the pictured during the Spring of 1804?


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Question:

Soon after Ohio was added as a state in 1803, what event began where the star is located in the pictured during the Spring of 1804?

Answer:

The Lewis and Clark Expedition


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  • Question:

    Jefferson used his ________ _______ _________ to approve the Louisiana Purchase in congress.


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  • Question:

    Jefferson used his ________ _______ _________ to approve the Louisiana Purchase in congress.

  • Answer:

    treaty making powers


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  • Question:

    What were three results of the Embargo Act?


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  • Question:

    What were three results of the Embargo Act of 1807?

    Answer:

  • Lost Jobs

  • Wasted Goods

  • British Trade with South America

  • Split of America (die hard republicans stay with Jefferson, but ships with rotting tobacco and unused goods push people toward Federalists)

  • Smuggling


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  • Question:

    What action by Adams set up more regional courts, added 16 new Judicial positions and made many other judicial officials?


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  • Question:

    What action by Adams set up more regional courts, added 16 new Judicial positions and made many other judicial officials?

  • Answer:

    Judiciary Act of 1801


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  • Question:

    What were John Adam’s last second additions to the Judiciary branch called and how did he hope it would effect the government?


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  • Question:

    What were John Adam’s last second additions to the Judiciary branch called and how did he hope it would effect the government?

  • Answer:

    The Midnight Judges; give Federalists more power in the judicial branch.


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  • Question:

    What was the Alien Act?


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  • Question:

    What was the Alien Act?

    Answer:

    Alien Act  took 14 years instead of 5 to become a citizen. (president can deport anyone)


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  • Question:

  • What was the Sedition Act and what amendment did it violate?


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  • Question:

    What was the Sedition Act and what amendment did it violate?

  • Answer:

    Sedition  made it a crime to speak (write) negatives toward the government; 1st Amendment.


Adams 1000

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Question:

What did the Marbury vs. Madison decision show?


Adams 10001

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  • Question:

    What did the Marbury vs. Madison decision show?

  • Answer:

    That the checks and balances system works and that the supreme court can use Judicial Review!


Mystery 200

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Question:

Who did we purchase the Louisiana Territory from, for how much, and who explored it between 1804 – 1807?


Mystery 2001

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Question:

Who did we purchase the Louisiana Territory from, for how much, and who explored it between 1804 – 1807?

ANSWER:

France (Napoleon Bonaparte), 15 million, Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and Zebulon Pike


Mystery 400

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  • Question:

    The Election of 1800 ended with no majority in the Electoral College, so it had to be decided by this part of the government.


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  • Question:

    The Election of 1800 ended with no majority in the Electoral College so it had to be decided by this part of the government.

  • ANSWER:

    The House of Representatives

    (Jefferson and Burr tied with 73 votes each before the House chose Jefferson).


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QUESTION:

Anthony Wayne defeated Blue Jacket and the Shawnee at this Battle in this present day state.


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QUESTION:

Anthony Wayne defeated Blue Jacket and the Shawnee at this Battle in this present day state.

ANSWER:

The Battle of Fallen Timbers; Ohio


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Question:

In one of the worst defeats in American history, the U.S. lost 700 troops. Who did Little Turtle defeat at Fort Recovery?


Mystery 8001

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Question:

In one of the worst defeats in American history, the U.S. lost 700 troops. Who did Little Turtle defeat at Fort Recovery?

ANSWER:

Arthur St. Clair


Mystery 1000

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QUESTION:

The Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions brought up the concern for this.


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QUESTION:

The Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions brought up the concern for this.

ANSWER:

States Rights vs. National Rights


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Final jeopardy

Final Jeopardy!


Final jeopardy question

Final Jeopardy Question

  • Who were the first four presidents (full names) and name one accomplishment of each!


Final jeopardy question1

Final Jeopardy Question

  • Who were the first four presidents (full names) and name one accomplishment of each!

  • George Washington – Pinckney’s treaty

  • John Adams – Peace with France

  • Thomas Jefferson – Louisiana Purchase

  • James Madison – Won War of 1812


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