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Objectives

Objectives

Objectives. Explain how territorial expansion brought Americans into conflict with the British and with Native Americans. Describe American relations with Britain, France, and Spain. Analyze how the political parties’ debates over foreign policy further divided them. Terms and People.

By adamdaniel
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An Introduction to

An Introduction to

An Introduction to. Working With Reporters. Faculty Development Day. January 24, 2019. Office of Marketing & Communications.  We tell the story of John Jay College of Criminal Justice.  A National Convener of Justice Issues.  Center for Innovation and Research.  Student Success.

By lovette
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Washington & Adams, 1789-1800 The Federal Period

Washington & Adams, 1789-1800 The Federal Period

Washington & Adams, 1789-1800 The Federal Period. Establishing a New Government. George Washington 1 st president 1789 – 1797 no political party set precedents: called “Mr. President” served only 2 terms – went back home! first presidential “cabinet”. Judiciary Act of 1789.

By tom
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Chapter 8: America Secedes from the Empire 1775-1783

Chapter 8: America Secedes from the Empire 1775-1783

Chapter 8: America Secedes from the Empire 1775-1783. Congress Drafts George Washington. 20,000 fired-up militiamen swarmed the Boston area following the first shots at Lexington and Concord. The British redcoats were outnumbered. Second Continental Congress.

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Bell Ringer

Bell Ringer

Bell Ringer. What event is this cartoon portraying? Why is it funny?. The Nation’s Beginnings Prehistory-1824. Chapter 1. Many Cultures Meet. Scientists believe that the first people to inhabit America moved here between 15-40,000 years ago Why is there such a large range on this number?

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Bell Ringer

Bell Ringer

Bell Ringer . HW: Read pgs. 110-118 all Answer 1-5 all and the writing response. . Federalists v. Anti-Federalists. Objective 1.06. The Big Debate. How to keep the government from becoming too strong 3 major ways Federalism Separation of Powers Checks and Balances. Federalism.

By damali
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Chapter Six

Chapter Six

Chapter Six. The Republican Experiment 1776-1791. As the Revolution Continued. The New Nation created a government under the Articles of Confederation. This was a weak national government Partially designed to avoid the “tyranny” of the Crown in England.

By bowie
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Early Challenges

Early Challenges

Early Challenges. Chapter 8 Section 2. The Whiskey Rebellion. The FARMERS in western Pennsylvania objected to paying a special tax on WHISKEY . Farmers attack Tax Collectors Government responds with a show of force.

By abrial
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To Ratify or not to Ratify, that is the question!

To Ratify or not to Ratify, that is the question!

To Ratify or not to Ratify, that is the question!. The Philadelphia Convention. The U.S. Constitution was developed in 1787 at the Philadelphia Convention. Decide if each statement about the Convention below is true (T) or false (F). Rewrite any false statements to make them true.

By nibaw
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The Higher Court

The Higher Court

The Higher Court. Mike Mazzalongo BibleTalk.TV. 15 but  in case I am delayed,  I write  so that you will know how  one ought to conduct himself in the household of God, which is the church of the living God, the pillar and support of the truth . I Timothy 3:15.

By neron
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The Revolutionary War

The Revolutionary War

The Revolutionary War. The Second Continental Congress. Called as result of fighting in Massachusetts Met in Philadelphia (May , 1775) Radicals (John & Sam Adams, Patrick Henry, etc.) wanted war Moderates (John Dickinson – PA) looking for reconciliation. The Second Continental Congress.

By eldora
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Constitutional Convention

Constitutional Convention

Constitutional Convention. 1787. Convention was the idea of James Madison The support of George Washington was important. 55 delegates met in Philadelphia. Articles of Confederation -Weaknesses. Created a weak central government. Congress with limited power.

By nonnie
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Welcome! The Topic For Today Is… The Constitution!!!

Welcome! The Topic For Today Is… The Constitution!!!

Welcome! The Topic For Today Is… The Constitution!!!. The Constitution . The Amendments: 200. Question: What does the 19 th amendment grant? Answer Women’s voting rights. Back. The Amendments: 400. Question: What is the fifth amendment? Answer

By dewei
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Aim: Was the United States able to avoid “foreign entanglement”?

Aim: Was the United States able to avoid “foreign entanglement”?

HW #20 Aim: How effectively did early political leaders govern the new nation ? p . 190 (Washington’s) to p. 200. Aim: Was the United States able to avoid “foreign entanglement”?. What were Washington’s reasons for issuing the Proclamation of Neutrality in 1793?.

By shania
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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy. Causes of Revolution. Articles of Confed. American Rev. Constitution. Early US. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $500. Q $500.

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The Events That Led Up To The American Revolution

The Events That Led Up To The American Revolution

By: Carson Rommel. The Events That Led Up To The American Revolution. The Proclamation of 1763 was established by King George III, on October 7, 1763.

By asha
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The Constitution

The Constitution

The Constitution. Separation of Powers: Each branch of government has its own distinct powers, and the branches are generally required to cooperate to accomplish anything. Checks and Balances: Each branch has some control over the other two. This prevents any branch from abusing its power.

By india
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Federalists

Federalists

Federalists. The Articles of Confederation. Shay’s Rebellion. How will America remedy the situation?. The Federalist Papers. 1. What were the Articles of Confederation? Generally, what was their weakness? 2. Definition of the "federalists" 3. What were the anti-federalists afraid of?.

By armen
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Launching a New Nation

Launching a New Nation

Launching a New Nation. Chapter 8. Washington Takes Office. Section 1. The First President: Travels. As Washington traveled from his home in Virginia to New York he was greeted with large crowds that lined the streets. Americans greatly admired the tall, stately war hero.

By lynne
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New Nation, New Constitution

New Nation, New Constitution

New Nation, New Constitution. Use Chapters 8 & 9 in your textbook as a reference. Vocabulary. Washington as President. Inauguration was held on April 30, 1789 First job was to put a working government in place Made appointments to new departments of Executive Branch

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