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Vocab Political Parties Events in History War of 1812 Other 10 10 10 20

Vocab Political Parties Events in History War of 1812 Other 10 10 10 20 20 20 30 30 30 40 40 40 50 50 50

Question 1 - 10 • The group of department heads that serve as the

Question 1 - 10 • The group of department heads that serve as the president’s chief advisor.

Answer 1 – 10 • Cabinet

Answer 1 – 10 • Cabinet

Question 1 - 20 • The forcible taking of people/sailors for military service.

Question 1 - 20 • The forcible taking of people/sailors for military service.

Answer 1 – 20 • Impressment

Answer 1 – 20 • Impressment

Question 1 - 30 • The placing of the interests of one’s own region

Question 1 - 30 • The placing of the interests of one’s own region ahead of the interests of the nation as a whole.

Answer 1 – 30 • Sectionalism

Answer 1 – 30 • Sectionalism

Question 1 - 40 • A state’s refusal to recognize an act of Congress

Question 1 - 40 • A state’s refusal to recognize an act of Congress that they consider unconstitutional.

Answer 1 – 40 • Nullification

Answer 1 – 40 • Nullification

Question 1 - 50 • The Supreme Court’s power to declare an act of

Question 1 - 50 • The Supreme Court’s power to declare an act of Congress unconstitutional.

Answer 1 – 50 • Judicial review

Answer 1 – 50 • Judicial review

Question 2 - 10 • What were the two major political parties at the

Question 2 - 10 • What were the two major political parties at the end of the 1790’s? • • A – Democratic-Republicans & Federalists B – Democrats & Republicans C – Federalists & Anti-Federalists D – Independents & Republicans

Answer 2 – 10 • A – Democratic-Republicans & Federalists

Answer 2 – 10 • A – Democratic-Republicans & Federalists

Question 2 - 20 • Who was Washington’s Secretary of State?

Question 2 - 20 • Who was Washington’s Secretary of State?

Answer 2 – 20 • Thomas Jefferson • Role of Secretary of State: –

Answer 2 – 20 • Thomas Jefferson • Role of Secretary of State: – Deal with foreign affairs

Question 2 - 30 • Who was considered the head of the Federalist party?

Question 2 - 30 • Who was considered the head of the Federalist party? • A – Andrew Jackson • B – Alexander Hamilton • C – Thomas Jefferson

Answer 2 – 30 • B – Alexander Hamilton

Answer 2 – 30 • B – Alexander Hamilton

Question 2 - 40 • Who was Washington’s Secretary of the Treasury?

Question 2 - 40 • Who was Washington’s Secretary of the Treasury?

Answer 2 – 40 • Alexander Hamilton • Role of Secretary of the Treasury:

Answer 2 – 40 • Alexander Hamilton • Role of Secretary of the Treasury: – Manage finances

Question 2 - 50 • Who was Washington’s pick for Secretary of the Department

Question 2 - 50 • Who was Washington’s pick for Secretary of the Department of War?

Answer 2 – 50 • Henry Knox • Role as Secretary of the Department

Answer 2 – 50 • Henry Knox • Role as Secretary of the Department of War – Handle military matters

Question 3 - 10 • What did the Marbury vs. Madison Court case establish?

Question 3 - 10 • What did the Marbury vs. Madison Court case establish? • A – Impeachment of the President • B – Judicial Review • C – The term length for Supreme Court Justices

Answer 3 – 10 • B – Judicial Review

Answer 3 – 10 • B – Judicial Review

Question 3 - 20 • This event angered Americans and led to an undeclared

Question 3 - 20 • This event angered Americans and led to an undeclared naval war with France.

Answer 3 – 20 • A – XYZ Affair • B – Sedition Act

Answer 3 – 20 • A – XYZ Affair • B – Sedition Act • C – Louisiana Purchase

Question 3 - 30 • These laws were intended to counter what the Federalists

Question 3 - 30 • These laws were intended to counter what the Federalists perceived as a growing threat to peace and safety of the U. S. • Included raising the number of years an immigrant had to stay in the U. S. to become a citizen.

Answer 3 – 30 • • A – Treaty of Ghent B – Alien

Answer 3 – 30 • • A – Treaty of Ghent B – Alien & Sedition Acts C - Judiciary Act of 1789 D – Nullification Act

Question 3 - 40 • What type of people supported the Democratic-Republican party? •

Question 3 - 40 • What type of people supported the Democratic-Republican party? • • A – “plain people” – farmers B – Rich landowners C – Merchants D – Immigrants

Answer 3 – 40 • A – “plain people” – farmers

Answer 3 – 40 • A – “plain people” – farmers

Question 3 - 50 • What are at least two things the United States

Question 3 - 50 • What are at least two things the United States received from the Pickney Treaty of 1795? Aka: Treaty of San Lorenzo

Answer 3 – 50 • Spain gave up claims to land east of the

Answer 3 – 50 • Spain gave up claims to land east of the Mississippi River (Except Florida) • 31 st parallel as the Southern Boundary (top of Florida) • Open Mississippi River to U. S. citizens • Allowed the U. S. citizens to use the Port of New Orleans.

Question 4 - 10 • What is one reason the U. S. went to

Question 4 - 10 • What is one reason the U. S. went to war with Great Britain (War of 1812)?

Answer 4 – 10 • Impressment • Britain’s blockade of American ships • They

Answer 4 – 10 • Impressment • Britain’s blockade of American ships • They were arming Native Americans against the U. S.

Question 4 - 20 • Why did Native Americans attack white settlers?

Question 4 - 20 • Why did Native Americans attack white settlers?

Answer 4 – 20 • They were not part of land negotiations • They

Answer 4 – 20 • They were not part of land negotiations • They did not want to give up their land for westward expansion.

Question 4 - 30 • What stance did President Washington want the United States

Question 4 - 30 • What stance did President Washington want the United States to take in the French Revolution? • A – Support France • B – Support Great Britain • C – Remain neutral

Answer 4 – 30 • C – Remain neutral

Answer 4 – 30 • C – Remain neutral

Question 4 - 40 • This American General kept fighting at the Battle of

Question 4 - 40 • This American General kept fighting at the Battle of New Orleans because news did not spread that the War was over?

Answer 4 – 40 • Andrew Jackson

Answer 4 – 40 • Andrew Jackson

Question 4 - 50 • This treaty ended the War of 1812?

Question 4 - 50 • This treaty ended the War of 1812?

Answer 4 – 50 • The Treaty of Ghent

Answer 4 – 50 • The Treaty of Ghent

Question 5 - 10 • What happened in the Election of 1800?

Question 5 - 10 • What happened in the Election of 1800?

Answer 5 – 10 • Jefferson and Burr tied. The House of Representatives decided

Answer 5 – 10 • Jefferson and Burr tied. The House of Representatives decided that Jefferson would be President.

Question 5 - 20 • Why did Napoleon (France) sell the land that became

Question 5 - 20 • Why did Napoleon (France) sell the land that became known as the Louisiana Purchase? • A – He was desperate for money to pay for French wars. • B – He failed to re-conquer Haiti • C – It was a gift for President Washington’s death.

Answer 5 – 20 • B – He failed to re-conquer Haiti

Answer 5 – 20 • B – He failed to re-conquer Haiti

Question 5 - 30 • This American ambassador was sent to France to buy

Question 5 - 30 • This American ambassador was sent to France to buy New Orleans and western Florida. He later made the decision to purchase the Louisiana Territory. • A – James Monroe • B – John Marshall • C – Aaron Burr

Answer 5 – 30 • A – James Monroe

Answer 5 – 30 • A – James Monroe

Question 5 - 40 • • What was the head of the Federalist Party?

Question 5 - 40 • • What was the head of the Federalist Party? A – Andrew Jackson B – Alexander Hamilton C – Thomas Jefferson • • What did Federalists support? A – powerful central government B – weak central government C – strong state governments

Answer 5 – 40 • B – Alexander Hamilton & • A – A

Answer 5 – 40 • B – Alexander Hamilton & • A – A powerful central government

Question 5 - 50 • True of False • 1. The British were providing

Question 5 - 50 • True of False • 1. The British were providing some Native American Confederacies with weapons to fight Americans. • 2. The War of 1812 ended in a tie. • 3. The White House was burnt to the ground during the war of 1812.

Answer 5 – 50 • All are True

Answer 5 – 50 • All are True