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VP-John Adams
George Washington
Secretary of State-Thomas Jefferson
George Washington
Secretary of the Treasury-Alexander Hamilton
George Washington
Judiciary Act
George Washington
Tariff of 1789
George Washington
Whiskey Rebellion
George Washington
French Revolution (Citizen Genet)
George Washington
Jay Treaty with England
George Washington
Pickney Treaty with Spain
George Washington
Farewell Address (1796)
George Washington
First Bank
George Washington
John Adams political party
Federalist
VP-Thomas Jefferson
John Adams
X, Y, Z Affair
John Adams
Naturalization Act
John Adams
"Midnight Judges"
John Adams
Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson Political Party
Republican
VP-Aaron Burr
Thomas Jefferson
Secretary of State-James Madison
Thomas Jefferson
Marbury vs. Madison
Thomas Jefferson
Louisiana Purchase
Thomas Jefferson
Lewis and Clark Expedition
Thomas Jefferson
12th Amendment
Thomas Jefferson
Embargo Act
Thomas Jefferson
Non-Intercourse Act
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison-Political Party
Republican
CP-Clinton
James Madison
Secretary of State-James Monroe
James Madison
Macon Act
James Madison
Berlin and Milan Decrees
James Madison
Orders in Council
James Madison
"War Hawks"
James Madison
War of 1812
James Madison
Hartford Convention
James Madison
First Protective Tariff
James Madison
1789-1797
George Washington
1797-1801
John Adams
1801-1809
Thomas Jefferson
1809-1817
James Madison
1817-1825
James Monroe
Political Party of James Monroe
Republican
Sec. of State-John Quincy Adams
James Monroe
Marshall's Decisions
McCulloch vs. Maryland
Dartmouth College Case
Gibbons vs. Ogden
James Monroe
Aquisition of Florida from Spain
James Monroe
Missouri Compromise
James Monroe
Monroe Doctrine
James Monroe
Sectional Tariff
James Monroe
Favorite Sons Election (Jackson, J.Q. Adams, Crawford, Clay)
James Monroe
1825-1829
John Quincy Adams
Political Party of John Quincy Adams
National Republican
VP-John C. Calhoun
John Quincy Adams
VP=Tompkinn
James Monroe
Sec. of State-Hnery Clay
John Quincy Adams
New York's Erie Canal
JQ Adams
Tariff of Abominations
JQ Adams
Calhoun's Exposition and Protest
JQ Adams
1829
Andrew Jackson
VP-John C Calhoun and Martin Van Buren
Andrew Jackson
Jacksonian Democracy
Andrew Jackson
Tariffs of 1832 and 1833
Andrew Jackson
The Second B.U.S
Andrew Jackson
Formation of the Whig Party
Andrew Jackson
Nullification Crisis
Andrew Jackson
1837-1841
Martin Van Buren
Political Party of Martin Van Buren
Democrat
VP=Johnson
Martin Van Buren
Panic of 1837
Martin Van Buren
1841
William Henry Harrison
Political Party of William Henry Harrison
Whig
VP-John Tyler
Wlliam Henry Harrison
Secretary of State
William Henry Harrison, John Tyler
1841-1845
John Tyler
Anti-jackson Democrat who ran as VP on Whig Ticket
John Tyler
Webster-Ashburton Treaty
John Tyler
Vetoes Clay's bill for 3rd B.U.S
John Tyler
Canadian border 45th parallo(? cant read this in the sheet)
John Tyler
Texas becomes a state
John Tyler
1845-1849
James K. Polk
Polk's political party
Democrat
VP-Dallas
James K. Polk
Oregon Boundry Settled
James K. Polk
Mexican War
James K. Polk
Guadalupe-Hidalgo Treaty
James K. Polk
Wilmot Proviso-kept slavery out of newly aquired territory
James K. Polk
1849-1850
Zachary Taylor
Political Party of Zachary Taylor
Whig
VP-Millard Fillore
Zachary Taylor
1850-1853
Millard Fillmore
Political Party of Millard Fillmore
Whig
Sec. of State-Daniel Webster
Millard Fillmore
Compromise of 1850
Millard Fillmore
Clayton-Bulwer Treaty
Millard Fillmore
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Millard Fillmore
1853-1857
Franklin Pierce
Political Party of Franklin Pierce
Democrat
VP-King
Franklin Pierce
Kansis-Nebraska Bill
Franklin Pierce
Japan Opened to world trade
Franklin Pierce
Underground Railroad
Franklin Pierce
Bleeding Kansas
Franklin Pierce
Ostend Manifesto
Franklin Pierce
1857-1861
James Buchanan
Political Party of James Buchanan
Democrat
VP-John C. Breckenridge
James Buchanan
Taney's Dred Scott Decision
James Buchanan
Lincoln-Douglas Debates
James Buchanan
1861-1865
Abraham Lincoln
Political Party of Abraham Lincoln
Republican
VP-Andrew Johnson
Abraham Lincoln
Sec. of State-W.H. Seward
Lincoln
Sec. of Treasury-Salmon P. Chase
Lincoln
Civil War
Lincoln
Emancipation Proclamation
Lincoln
Homestead Act
Lincoln
Morill Act-created agricultural colleges
Lincoln
Assasinated on April 14, 1865 by John Wilkes Booth
Lincoln
1865-1869
Andrew Johnson
Andrew Johnson's political party
Republican
Sec. of State: W. H. Seward
Andrew Johnson
13th Amendment
Andrew Johnson
14th Amendment
Andrew Johnson
15th Amendment
Andrew Johnson
Reconstruction Act
Andrew Johnson
Tenure of Office Act
Andrew Johnson
Impeachment Trial
Andrew Johnson
Formation of KKK
Andrew Johnson
Adoption of Black Codes
Andrew Johnson
1869-1877
Ulysses S. Grant
Political party of Ulysses S. Grant
Republican
VP-Calfax Wilson
Ulysses S. Grant
Sec. of State-Hamilton Fish
Ulysses S. Grant
15th Amendment
Ulysses S. Grant
First Transcontinental Railroad
Ulysses S. Grant
Tweed Ring
Ulysses S. Grant
Panic of 1873
Ulysses S. Grant
Credit Mobiler
Ulysses S. Grant
Whiskey Ring
Ulysses S. Grant
1877-1881
Rutherford B. Hayes
Political Party of Rutherford B. Hayes
Republican
VP=Wheeler
Rutherford B. Hayes
Bland-Allison act (free coinage of silver)
Rutherford B. Hayes
Troops withdrawn from south
Rutherford B. Hayes
March 4-Sep 19 1881
James A. Garfield
Political Party James A. Garfield
Republican
VP-Chester A. Arthur
James A. Garfield
Sec of State-James C. Blaine
James A. Garfield
Assainated by C. Julius Guiteau
James A. Garfield
1881-1885
Chester A. Arthur
Political Party of Chester A. Arthur
Republican
Sec. of State-James A. Blaine
Chester A. Arthur
Pendleton Act (Civil Service Commission)
Chester A. Arthur