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General who signed a treaty with Indians of Ohio Valley
General Anthony Wayne
Dude. It's one of your uncles.
Hamilton's domestic program supports his belief that...?
private ambitions serve national welfare
Hamilton and Adam Smith would have been chums. Maybe they were! :)
why did Hamilton want a tariff?
It promotes economic self-sufficiency
what are tariffs *usually* for? Is your brain tired or something?
How did Hamilton get the Southern states on his side?
He relocated the capital to Virginia.
Think Virginia. Think places in or near Virginia.
Who wrote the Report on Manufacturers?
Alexander Hamilton
duuuuuh. who was, like, the only guy who did economics back in the day? Besides Adam Smith. And God.
First challenge to federal authority?
Whiskey Rebellion
It had to happen. The guys were friggin drunk.
Place where the Whiskey Rebellion happened
Western Pennsylvania
I can hardly bring myself to penn out this hint for you. pun intended.
What did the Whiskey Rebellion demonstrate?
The only way to change laws was to do it constitutionally.
it was a pre-revolution rebellion...
What did the 1790 Treaty of New York do?
pacified NWestern and SWestern Indians
Who was in New York who needed to be treatyised?
Who was Citizen Genet?
A french general who tried to recruit us americans for his dumb war. pfft.
that'd be the french.
Why did the US declare neutrality for the 1793 war?
because we're not stupid, lol.
the answer's dumber than you think.
Who opposed two-party systems?
Washington and Hamilton
old chums who were pretty important. one could have been buddies with Adam Smith.
What did the Sedition Act do?
Made it illegal for people to speak out against the government or slander the President
the liberals would have a cow. and then the republicans would make steaks and eat them while the cow-having liberals slobbered.
Which party was responsible for the Sedition Act?
the federalists.
not the Republicans, that's for sure. (hint: there are only two parties!)
Which immigrants were targeted for the 1796 election?
The Irish
greenie Americans
Which region supported the French in their efforts against the English?
the south
loose interpretation
Interpreting the Constitution loosely as opposed to sticking directly to it.
Issue of naval recruitment that damaged Anglo-American relations
Impressment
Treaty of Greenville
treaty that temporarily ended Indian hostilities & opened the West for white expansion
Jay's treaty
treaty that opened trade with West Indies and got British to pull out their troops, with major American concessions
Treaty of San Lorenzo
treaty with Spain made by Charles Pinckney--gained US unrestricted access to New Orleans and Mississippi
The XYZ Affair
French attempt to make US pay for the right to negotiate
Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions
Anonymous documents suggesting more power to the state
Act of President Adams that angered the High Federalists
he agreed to negotiate with France for peace
Jefferson's political philosophy
governments are only strong if they secure voter affection
Group of people that Jefferson favored
educated farmers
Reason why Jefferson preferred State to National government
State is more immediately responsive to the will of the inhabitants
popular virtue
placement of general good above private interest
the method Jefferson used to cut government spending
cut military spending
midnight judges
last-minute federalist court appointments by John Adams
governmental principle established in Marbury v. Maryland
judicial review
foreign policy of Monroe Doctrine
isolationism; attempted European colonization viewed as hostile
position of John Pickering and Samuel Chase
Federalist Judges
party favored by John Marshall
Federalists
reason federalists opposed Louisiana purchase
it made their East-Coast strongholds less important
Murderer of Alexander Hamilton
Aaron Burr the Butt
Yazoo Land Compromise
Jeffersonian attempt to appease outraged people and corrupt Georgia officials over a bribed land sale
Quids
educated farmers who no longer supported Jefferson
main reason Jefferson made Lewis&Clark expedition
advance scientific knowledge
British Rule of 1756
trade closed during peacetime couldn't be reopened in times of war
1805 Case involving the Essex
broken voyages were made illegal
Embargo Act
prohibits ships leaving American cargo for foreign ports
region suffering most from Embargo
New England
Non-Intercourse Act
re-opened trade to all nations except England and France
Macon's Bill No. 2
Attempt to bribe Britain and France into respecting Neutrality rights
war hawks
young militants sick of neutrality
Battle of Tippecanoe
battle wherein William Henry Harrison's forces defeated the Shawnee Indians
Party that most supported the war when Congress declared it in 1812
Republican party (Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia)
reason for US declaring war
British violating neutrality rights and impressment
Treaty of Ghent
no land concessions, British do NOT end impressment
purpose of Hartford Convention
Abolish 3/5 clause and require 2/3 vote of congress to admit new states or declare war
Henry Clay's "American System"
federal support for internal improvements, tariffs, creation of a new bank
McCulloch v. Maryland
Federal sovereignty over state
direction of population migration from 1815 to 1840
east to west
states added to the Union between 1791 and 1821
Vermont, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Louisiana, Indiana, Mississippi, Illinois, Alabama, Maine, and Missouri
Kit Carson and Jedediah Smith
mountain men of the west
ZEBULON FRIGGIN PIKE
Guy who found PIKES PEAK
area of settlement between 1790 and 1820
Ohio/Mississippi River System
Reward for soldiers of 1812
land. laaaaaand. la-a-a-an. D.
National Road
provided a common road for travel
Stimulus for Western settlement
governmental support
most civilized Indian nation
Cherokee
Indian Removal Act of 1830
Act designed to move the Indians out West
John Marshall's stance on Indians
"domestic dependant nation" and "distinct political community"
two Supreme Court Indian cases
Cherokee Nation v. Georgia

Worchester v. Georgia
Status of Agricultural Demand after War of 1812
high both domestically and foreign...ly
Inventor of the Cotton Gin
Eli Whitney
Type of rights sought by squatters
preemption rights
conclusion following Panic of 1819
Americans can't trust banks
Gibbons v. Ogden
court case to remove Livingston-Fulton steamboat monopoly
Erie Canal
first major US canal project; 363 mile canal from Buffalo to Albany
transportation revolution
massive advancements in transportation from 1820 to 1860
stimulus for American industrialization after War of 1812
tariffs protect New England goods
Waltham and Lowell Mill
good working mills for girls with strict moral standards
result of trade wars
forced investment in manufactoring
reaction of New York and Philadelphia artisans to industrialization
trade unions and "working men's" political parties
the method by which the rich came into status antebellum
born into it
city where free blacks were first allowed to vote
Boston--right later revoked.
Middle-Class
economic status of most Americans
pauperism
being impoverished *and* unable to provide for yourself
status of lawyers and doctors
degrees not required
"separate spheres"
women separate but equal
reason for declining birthrate
decreasing economic value of children
horizontal relationships
relationships formed with people of same social status
percentage of Americans living between Appalachian Mountains and Mississippi River in 1840
1/3
relation of economic freedom to political freedom
econ. freedom a necessary but not sufficient step for political freedom
the method by which Capitalism promotes freedom
separates economic and political power
topic of Federalist 10
factions
The Three Key Aspects of Economy
Freedom, Opportunity, and Growth
factor that mercantilism relies on
patronage (personal relationships)
Lifeboat Theory
win-lose
Intersection Theory
lose-lose
Primary Concern of Pluralism
loss of societal consensus
time that diversity began in US
first half 19th century
Three Stages of Pluralism
Tolerance, Participation, Inclusion
Aspects of Responses to Diversity
Legal and Social
Population type of greatest religious revival
sparse
Cane Ridge Camp Meeting
best-advertised and largest camp meeting
targeted audience of religious revivals
ardent believers
urbanity of most Americans from 1815-1840
most live outside cities
John Jacob Astor
fur trader
Adams-Onis Treaty
wipes out Spanish control East of Mississippi.