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Monday , Jan. 30. 1. Update your Table of Contents Date Entry Title Entry # 1/18Bill of Rights Picture Analysis 1 1/19Constitution/Bill of Rights Review 2 1/20Citizenship Worksheet 3 1/23Timeline Chapter 9 4 1/24Chapter 9 Vocabulary Part 1 5

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Monday jan 30

Monday, Jan. 30

1. Update your Table of Contents

DateEntry TitleEntry #

1/18Bill of Rights Picture Analysis 1

1/19Constitution/Bill of Rights Review 2

1/20Citizenship Worksheet 3

1/23Timeline Chapter 9 4

1/24Chapter 9 Vocabulary Part 1 5

1/25Washington KWL (movie) 6

1/30Making Inferences worksheet 7

2. Get out your president worksheet that we were writing notes on last Friday


Learning recovery monday jan 30 7 th period

Learning Recovery –Monday, Jan. 307th Period

Project

Kimberly (Mon. 1/30)


Federalist george washington

Federalist George Washington

Foreign

Domestic

Whiskey Rebellion - Pennsylvania Farmers against tax on whiskey; they rebel in July 1794.

Cabinet - Secretaries of state, treasury, and

war. (Jefferson, Hamilton, Knox)

National Bank -Hamilton’s 4 point plan to get the nation out of debt

Judiciary Act, 1789-6 judges, 13 district courts, 3 circuit courts, one Chief Justice- John Jay


George washington s foreign policy

George Washington’s Foreign Policy

2.French Revolution A. American Support

-At first American’s supported (Knew the struggle for liberty)

-French beheaded their King and Queen

http://www.history.com/videos/coroners-report-guillotine#coroners-report-guillotine

B. Violence Stirs Division

-Thomas Jefferson continued to support France

-Hamilton and Adams w/drew their support

3. The U.S. remains A. A Difficult Decision

Neutral-Washington had to decide on a foreign policy

-Decided to remain neutral


Federalist george washington1

Federalist George Washington

Foreign

Domestic

France: French Revolution/ Washington decides

to remain neutral


George washington s foreign policy1

George Washington’s Foreign Policy

4.Struggling to A. Jay’s Treaty (Britain)

Remain Neutral-Britain was capturing American ships trading with the

French West Indies

-Sent John Jay (chief justice) to negotiate

-Britain agreed to pay damages for the ships and abandon

forts in America


Federalist george washington2

Federalist George Washington

Foreign

Domestic

France: French Revolution/ Washington decides

to remain neutral

England: Jay’s Treaty, stops Britain from seizing US ships and impressments of our sailors.


George washington s domestic policy

George Washington’s Domestic Policy

1. Relations w/ A. Resisted American settlement in the NW territory

Native Americans-Britain helped Natives

B. Battle of Fallen Timbers

-Washington sent troops

-Natives joined a confederation led by Little Turtle

-After the army was defeated 2x, Washington sent

Gen. “Mad” Anthony Wayne

-Little Turtle wanted to negotiate and was replaced

-Natives expected British help, didn’t get it, and were defeated

-12 tribes signed the Treaty of Greenville (gave up much of

present day Ohio and Indiana to the U.S.)


Federalist george washington3

Federalist George Washington

Foreign

France: French Revolution/ Washington decides

to remain neutral

Domestic

England: Jay’s Treaty, stops Britain from seizing US ships and impressments of our sailors.

Native Americans: Cause: Battle of Fallen Timbers, Effect: Treaty of Greenville 1795: $20,000 worth of goods in exchange for the NW Territory


George washington s foreign policy2

George Washington’s Foreign Policy

4.Struggling to A. Jay’s Treaty (Britain)

Remain Neutral

B. Pickney’s Treaty (Spain)

-Tensions with Spain on the frontier over river rights

-Spain gave American’s river rights on the Mississippi and

rights to store goods in the port of New Orleans


Federalist george washington4

Federalist George Washington

Foreign

France: French Revolution/ Washington decides

to remain neutral

Domestic

England: Jay’s Treaty, stops Britain from seizing US ships and impressments of our sailors.

Native Americans: Cause: Battle of Fallen Timbers, Effect: Treaty of Greenville 1795: $20,000 worth of goods in exchange for the NW Territory

Spain: Pinckney’s Treaty: US gets Mississippi River and the port

of New Orleans


Federalist george washington5

Federalist George Washington

Foreign

Domestic

Farewell Address: make no alliances with other nations and political parties are harmful to our country


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