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AP Unisted States History Jeopardy unit 2

AP Unisted States History Jeopardy unit 2



Covers: Jefferson, Hamilton, Embargo Act, 1790's, War of 1812, Monroe's Administration

Covers: Jefferson, Hamilton, Embargo Act, 1790's, War of 1812, Monroe's Administration



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    • Jeopardy! Begin
    • $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 Hamilton Embargo Act of 1807 1790s Part One 1790s Part Deux 1790s Foreign Policy Jefferson
    • $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 Jefferson & Madison War of 1812 Monroe’s Administration Potpourri Misc. Jefferson Yet Again
      • George Washington
    • Final Jeopardy
      • No entangling alliances was the premise of this speech
      Final Washington's Farewell Address
    • Jefferson- $100
      • This voyage transpired to explore the Louisiana Territory
      C1-$100 Lewis and Clark Expedition
    • Jefferson- $200
      • When Jefferson took office he repealed these anti – Republican acts set forth by the Federalists
      C1-$200 Alien and Sedition Acts
    • Jefferson- $300
      • This was Jefferson’s attempt to preserve an agricultural society by making lands available for future generations
      C1-$300 Louisiana Purchase
    • Jefferson- $400
      • This action by Jefferson hurt the military strength of the United States
      C1-$400 Reduction of the Military
    • Jefferson- $500
      • “ We are all Republicans, we are all Federalist” What event did Jefferson give this famous quote
      C1-$500 First Inaugural Address
    • Hamilton - $100
      • The creation of this caused much conflict between Jefferson and Hamilton
      C2-$100 Bank of the United States
    • Hamilton - $200
      • Hamilton took on these from the states to further obligate states to the federal government
      C2-$200 Debts
    • Hamilton - $300
      • Hamilton believed this was a blessing and it would cement the union
      C2-$300 National Debt
    • Hamilton - $400
      • Trade with this nation was very necessary to Hamilton
      C2-$400 Great Britain
    • Hamilton - $500
      • Hamilton believe that the government should encourage this part of the economy because it would have great advantages
      C2-$500 Manufacturing
    • Embargo Act of 1807 - $100
      • The act forbade this from the United States
      C3-$100 Export of Goods
    • Embargo Act of 1807 - $200
      • Jefferson wanted these two nations to respect U.S. maritime rights
      C3-$200 Britain and France
    • Embargo Act of 1807 - $300
      • The act greatly affected this area of the nation
      C3-$300 New England States
    • Embargo Act of 1807 - $400
      • This act ended the Embargo Act which formally reopened trade with all nations except France and Britain
      C3-$400 Non Intercourse Act
    • Embargo Act of 1807 - $500
      • Jefferson justified his position based on the Constitution that Congress had the right to regulate __________ which meant it could stop exports
      C3-$500 Commerce
    • 1790s Part One - $100
      • The authority of state governments included the power to decide whether or not an act of Congress was constitutional were a part of these
      C4-$100 Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions
    • 1790s Part One - $200
      • For its continued success, Hamilton’s financial program relied heavily on trade with this nation
      C3-200 Britain
    • 1790s Part One - $300
      • Funding of the national debt, imposition of a tax on distilled liquor, establishment of the Bank of the United States, and assumption of all state debts were part of this plan
      C3-$300 Hamilton's Financial Plan
    • 1790s Part One - $400
      • George Washington's administration passed this act as a direct result of the European war of 1793
      C3-$400 Neutrality Proclamation
    • 1790s Part One - $500
      • A state may repeal any federal law that it deems unconstitutional is known as
      C3-$500 Doctrine of Nullification
    • 1790s Part Deux - $100
      • He established many of the presidential traditions, including limiting a president's tenure to two terms. He was against political parties and strove for political balance in government by appointing political adversaries to government positions.
      C4-$100 George Washington
    • 1790s Part Deux - $200
      • In 1793 this invention increased southern planters reliance on slaves
      C4-$200 Cotton Gin
    • 1790s Part Deux - $300
      • The Federalist passed these to keep the popularity of the Republicans down
      C4-$300 Alien and Sedition Acts
    • 1790s Part Deux - $400
      • Opening British colonial ports in Asia, evacuation of northwest forts, and compensation for ships seized in the West Indies were part of
      C4-$400 Jay's Treaty
    • 1790s Part Deux - $500
      • In 1794, farmers in Pennsylvania rebelled against Hamilton's excise tax, and several federal officers were killed in the riots caused by their attempts to serve arrest warrants on the offenders. In October, 1794, the army, led by Washington, put down the rebellion. The incident showed that the new government under the Constitution could react swiftly and effectively to such a problem
      C4-$500 Whiskey Rebellion
    • 1790s Foreign Policy - $100
      • A commission had been sent to France in 1797 to discuss the disputes that had arisen out of the U.S.'s refusal to honor the Franco-American Treaty of 1778. Talleyrand’s three secret agents told the American delegates that they could meet with Talleyrand only in exchange for a very large bribe
      C4-$100 XYZ Affair
    • 1790s Foreign Policy - $200
      • This warned against the dangers of political parties and foreign alliances.
      C4-$200 Washington's Farewell Address
    • 1790s Foreign Policy - $300
      • He was a French statesman who came to America in search of monetary aid.
      C4-$300 Citizen Genet
    • 1790s Foreign Policy - $400
      • Treaty between the U.S. and Spain which gave the U.S. the right to transport goods on the Mississippi river and to store goods in the Spanish port of New Orleans
      C4-$400 Pickney's Treaty
    • 1790s Foreign Policy - $500
      • This was the right to pass through a port and trade goods without paying taxes. Westerners wanted this privilege at the port of New Orleans
      C4-$500 Right of Deposit
    • Jefferson Yet Again- $200
      • What river did Jefferson want control over
    • Jefferson Yet Again- $400
      • Jefferson want this type of economy for the United States
    • Jefferson Yet Again- $600
      • Jefferson wanted to acquire a port to provide an outlet for western crops so he bought this
      Louisiana Purchase
    • Jefferson Yet Again- $800
      • The election of 1800 was called this because the party in power stepped down after losing the election
      Revolution of 1800
    • Jefferson Yet Again- $1000
      • This group opposed the purchase of Louisiana because they felt Jefferson overstepped his Constitutional powers by making the purchase
    • Jefferson and Madison - $200
      • The Lewis and Clark expedition made it all the way to this body of water
      Pacific Ocean
    • Jefferson and Madison - $400
      • This act issued by Jefferson forbade American trading ships from leaving the U.S. It was meant to force Britain and France to change their policies towards neutral vessels by depriving them of American trade
      Embargo of 1807
    • Jefferson and Madison - $600
      • This act allowed Americans to trade with all foreign nations, this act only forbade trade with France and Britain. It protected American maritime rights
      Non Intercourse Act
    • Jefferson and Madison - $800
      • Forbade trade with Britain and France, but offered to resume trade with whichever nation lifted its neutral trading restrictions first. France quickly changed its policies against neutral vessels, so the U.S. resumed trade with France, but not Britain.
      Macon's Bill No. 2
    • Jefferson and Madison - $1000
      • A Shawnee chief who, along with his brother, Tenskwatawa, a religious leader known as The Prophet, worked to unite the Northwestern Indian tribes. The league of tribes was defeated by an American army led by William Henry Harrison at the Battle of Tippecanoe in 1811.
    • War of 1812 - $200
      • British seamen often deserted to join the American merchant marines. The British would board American vessels in order to retrieve the deserters, and often seized any sailor who could not prove that he was an American citizen and not British.
    • War of 1812 - $400
      • The American ship Chesapeake refused to allow the British on the Leopard to board to look for deserters. In response, the Leopard fired on the Chesapeake. As a result of the incident, the U.S. expelled all British ships from its waters until Britain issued an apology
      Chesapeake - Leopard Affair
    • War of 1812 - $600
      • This ended the War of 1812
      Treaty of Ghent
    • War of 1812 - $800
      • They wanted to ally themselves with the British in the war of 1812 because they wanted to stop American settlers from taking their lands
      Native Americans
    • War of 1812 - $1000
      • New England Federalist who opposed the Embargo and other trade restriction, and the War of 1812. They proposed some Amendments to the Constitution and advocated the right of states to nullify federal laws. They also discussed the idea of seceding from the U.S. if their desires were ignored.
      Hartford Convention
    • Monroe’s Administration - $200
      • After the War of 1812 this surged all over America well into Monroe’s administration
    • Monroe’s Administration - $400
      • With the help of Andrew Jackson’s military victories, Monroe purchased this land from Spain
    • Monroe’s Administration - $600
      • This established the boundary between the United States and Canada
      The Convention of 1818
    • Monroe’s Administration - $800
      • This was the first depression in the United States
      Panic of 1819
    • Monroe’s Administration - $1000
      • This treaty between the U.S. and Great Britain (which controlled Canada) provided for the mutual disarmament of the Great Lakes. This was later expanded into an unarmed Canada/U.S. border.
      Rush-Bagot Agreement
    • Potpourri - $200
      • In this battle after the War of 1812 ended, Andrew Jackson led the United States to an overwhelming victory
      Battle of New Orleans
    • Potpourri - $400
      • The debate over the ______________ was significant because it raised the issue of how strictly the Constitution should be interpreted
      Bank of the United States
    • Potpourri - $600
      • Establish the State Department, pass a tariff for the purpose of raising revenue, draft a bill of rights and send it to all the states for ratification, and organize a federal court system under the Supreme Court were the actions of
      The First Congress
    • Potpourri - $800
      • These were the beginning of the decline of the Federalists
      Alien and Sedition Acts
    • Potpourri - $1000
      • In the 1790s this characterized the philosophy of the Federalists towards the Constitution
      Loose or Broad Construction
    • Misc.- $200
      • This Supreme Court case established the principle of judicial review
      Marbury v. Madison
    • Misc. - $400
      • This provided that Missouri be admitted as a slave state, Maine be admitted as a free state, and all of the Louisiana Territory north of 36  30’ be closed to slavery.
      Missouri Compromise
    • Misc. - $600
      • This stated the rest of the world should stay out of the western hemisphere
      Monroe Doctrine
    • Misc. - $800
      • This Chief Justice of the Supreme Court established the principle of judicial review
      John Marshall
    • Misc. - $1000
      • Records of shipbuilding activity in a New England state from 1805-1810 would be useful in analyzing the effects of this major event in the U.S. economy
      Embargo of 1807