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1 Test: US History Chapter 9 Test Date: 12/10/2010 Time: 20:36:40 America/New_York User: sarverr IP: Test Pilot Submission Confirmation Thank you for your submission! notification to You received 0 out of a possible 240 points or 0% In the box below, type your last name and first name Select your class period from the box below. How did Congress finally agree to address George Washington, the first president? Mr. President His Highness His Excellency Mr. Washington Mr. President would be awarded 5 points To whom did Washington turn for help in solving the challenges facing the new nation? the members of his party in the House of Representatives the British his cabinet the United States Senate his cabinet would be awarded 5 points From whom did the Native Americans expect (but not get) aid during the Battle of Fallen Timbers? the French all the answers are correct

2 the British the Spanish the British would be awarded 5 points Which document set up the federal court system? the Federal Judiciary Act of 1789 the Articles of the Confederation the Alien and Sedition Acts the Constitution of the United States the Federal Judiciary Act of 1789 would be awarded 5 points Why did Hamilton want to place tariffs (taxes) on foreign goods? to ensure a steady flow of income to encourage Americans to buy American goods to encourage the growth of American industry all the answers are correct all the answers are correct would be awarded 5 points Which was NOT a Federalist position on the economy? favored paying off foreign debts encouraged manufacturing favored a national bank opposed paying off debts to rich Americans opposed paying off debts to rich Americans would be awarded 5 points A person who favors a strict construction of the Constitution would also do which of the following? take the same view as Thomas Jefferson interpret the Constitution narrowly grant the government only the powers stated in the Constitution all the answers are correct all the answers are correct would be awarded 5 points

3 Who was the first vice-president and the second president? John Adams Thomas Jefferson Alexander Hamilton Henry Knox John Adams would be awarded 5 points What group was the target of the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798? immigrants the French the British the Spanish immigrants would be awarded 5 points In which document/documents did Jefferson and Madison use the political theory of states' rights to fight the Alien and Sedition Acts? the Constitution of the United States the Federal Judiciary Act of 1789 the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions the Bill of Rights the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions would be awarded 5 points Which of the following was a foreign policy issue faced by President Washington? Immigrants to the United States criticized the government's policies Farmers revolted against the government in the Whiskey Rebellion. The Spanish caused problems between Native Americans and settlers All the answers are true The Spanish caused problems between Native Americans and settlers would be awarded 5 points How did Alexander Hamilton deal with the nation's financial problems? He asked Congress to put a tax on imported foreign goods. He borrowed money from foreign countries. He decided not to repay U.S. loans from other nations. He asked the states to pay off the nation's huge war debts.

4 He asked Congress to put a tax on imported foreign goods. would be awarded 5 points Which of the following is true about the "necessary and proper" clause? It makes the Constitution more flexible in meeting unexpected situations. It allows the government to use powers not specifically granted to it. It was the clause Hamilton used to create a national bank. would be awarded 5 points What happened as a result of the Battle of Fallen Timbers? Native Americans gave up land. The British helped Native Americans. Washington sent troops to New Orleans. Little Turtle's leadership was rejected by Native American tribes. Native Americans gave up land. would be awarded 5 points Which was NOT a reason why farmers made whiskey from their grain? Whiskey was easier to get to market than grain was. Grain was too bulky to be stored. Taking whiskey to market was more profitable than taking grain A farmer could trade whiskey for other products. Grain was too bulky to be stored. would be awarded 5 points Why did war between Britain and France put the United States in an awkward position? France was America's ally but Britain was its biggest trading partner. The United States sent military advisers to revolutionary France. Britain held part of the Northwest Territory. George Washington had relatives in both countries. France was America's ally but Britain was its biggest trading partner. would be awarded 5 points Which statement accurately describes the XYZ Affair? U.S. diplomats were asked for bribes to meet with a French official.

5 Americans were disgraced that U.S. officials had accepted a bribe. It was one of the biggest problems that Washington faced as president U.S. diplomats were asked for bribes to meet with a French official. would be awarded 5 points How did Pinckney's Treaty make it easier for settlers in the Trans-Appalachian West to get their goods to market? It approved improvements to the Wilderness Road that led to Kentucky. It gave settlers in the Northwest Territory the right to use the Great Lakes. It gave them the right to use the Mississippi River and port of New Orleans. It declared that all bodies of water were free for navigation. It gave them the right to use the Mississippi River and port of New Orleans. would be awarded 5 points What was George Washington's view of political parties? Political parties would split the nation. They were needed for national unity. The Federalist party was the most correct party. Political parties made issues clearer for the voters. Political parties would split the nation. would be awarded 5 points How did the rise of political parties affect the election of 1796? There was a Federalist president and a Republican vice-president There was a Republican president and a Federalist vice-president Political parties played no role in the election of The Democratic-Republicans won. There was a Federalist president and a Republican vice-president would be awarded 5 points One who favors broad construction of the Constitution would NOT likely support the "necessary and proper" clause. a powerful system of federal courts. the political theory of states' rights. all the answers are correct the political theory of states' rights. would be awarded 5 points

6 Why did Alexander Hamilton believe the nation needed to pay its debts Other countries would not do business with the United States Nations that had made loans threatened to invade the United States. Paying the debts would make the nation stronger. Other countries would not do business with the United States would be awarded 5 points Which did NOT lead to the Native Americans' defeat at Fallen Timbers? Little Turtle was unable to persuade the other chiefs to negotiate. The Native Americans expected aid from the British but did not get it. Native Americans successfully defeated St. Clair. The other chiefs replaced Little Turtle with a less able leader Native Americans successfully defeated St. Clair. would be awarded 5 points Which was NOT a foreign policy challenge that President Washington faced? The Spanish threatened to close the port of New Orleans to U.S. shipping. The British stirred up trouble between Native Americans and white settlers Pennsylvania farmers started the Whiskey Rebellion. He kept U.S. neutrality in the war between Britain and France. Pennsylvania farmers started the Whiskey Rebellion. would be awarded 5 points How did Thomas Jefferson become vice-president in the 1796 election? He struck a deal with John Adams. The Electoral College was divided about who should be president. The Constitution stated that the runner-up should become vice-president. He used the balance of powers section of the Constitution. The Constitution stated that the runner-up should become vice-president. would be awarded 5 points Why did Washington advise the nation to remain neutral in world affairs? The nation was too weak to fight a major European power. Alliances might pull the United States into foreign wars. The nation could not afford to fight another war.

7 would be awarded 5 points Which of the following did NOT contribute to the rise of political parties Leaders disagreed over the location of the nation's new capital. Jefferson and Hamilton held differing goals for the future of America. Leaders disagreed over the war between Britain and France. Hamilton and Jefferson held opposing views about the Constitution. Leaders disagreed over the location of the nation's new capital. would be awarded 5 points How are Pinckney's Treaty and the Whiskey Rebellion related? They both involved the new governments use of the army. They both grew out of attempts by western farmers to sell their products They both resulted from British efforts to keep troops in the West. They both grew out of attempts by western farmers to sell their products would be awarded 5 points Which is true about states' rights theory after the Alien and Sedition Acts were passed? It was used as the basis for the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions. It was not widely supported by the states of the United States. It made state governments stronger than the national government. would be awarded 5 points The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions declared that Kentucky and Virginia would sign a treaty with France. saying or writing anything harmful to the government was a crime. forming political parties in Kentucky and Virginia was prohibited. the Alien and Sedition Acts were unconstitutional. the Alien and Sedition Acts were unconstitutional. would be awarded 5 points Which were NOT targets of the Alien and Sedition Acts? the state legislatures of Virginia and Kentucky

8 people who were sympathetic to the nation of France newspapers run by members of the Democratic-Republican party immigrants who were not yet citizens of the United States the state legislatures of Virginia and Kentucky would be awarded 5 points A person who lives in the United States but is not a citizen is called an alien an illegal. a refugee. a migrant. an alien would be awarded 5 points Which of the following is an example of a foreign policy? to remain neutral in a dispute between two other nations to arrest a newspaper editor who criticizes the nation's involvement in a war to elect an immigrant to a government office to order immigrants out of the country during wartime to remain neutral in a dispute between two other nations would be awarded 5 points The first two political parties in the United States were the Federalists and the Antifederalists. the Patriots and the Loyalists. the Federalists and the Democratic-Republicans the Democrats and the Republicans. the Federalists and the Democratic-Republicans would be awarded 5 points Pinckney's Treaty gave Americans access to this. Whiskey Rebellion Mississippi River Treaty of Greenville "Mad" Anthony Wayne Ohio Valley Little Turtle Mississippi River would be awarded 5 points

9 Led Native Americans to defeat United States in the Ohio Valley. Treaty of Greenville Whiskey Rebellion Ohio Valley Little Turtle "Mad" Anthony Wayne Mississippi River Little Turtle would be awarded 5 points This turned over much of present-day Ohio and Indiana from Native Americans to the U.S. government. Treaty of Greenville Little Turtle "Mad" Anthony Wayne Ohio Valley Mississippi River Whiskey Rebellion Treaty of Greenville would be awarded 5 points Western Pennsylvania farmers rose up against the U.S. government. Little Turtle Mississippi River Treaty of Greenville Whiskey Rebellion Ohio Valley "Mad" Anthony Wayne Whiskey Rebellion would be awarded 5 points Jay's Treaty kept the British from this location. Little Turtle Treaty of Greenville "Mad" Anthony Wayne Mississippi River Whiskey Rebellion Ohio Valley Ohio Valley would be awarded 5 points

10 Which of Washington's first cabinet served as an aid to Washington during the Revolutionary War? If you got this marked wrong I am going through each one and will correct them prior to putting them into the gradebook (if your answer is correct) - Mr. Sarver 5 points awarded for Alexander Hamilton What was the name of the Native American leader that defeated the US Army in 1790, in a battle in the Ohio River Valley? If you got this marked wrong I am going through each one and will correct them prior to putting them into the gradebook (if your answer is correct) - Mr. Sarver 5 points awarded for one of: Little Turtle Chief Little Turtle Which statement accurately describes the XYZ Affair? U.S. diplomats were asked for bribes to meet with a French official. It was one of the biggest problems that Washington faced as president Americans were disgraced that U.S. officials had accepted a bribe. U.S. diplomats were asked for bribes to meet with a French official. would be awarded 5 points What was the name of the Act passed during John Adams presidency, that allowed for the arrest of citizens who wrote false/critical comments about the government? 5 points awarded for one of: Sedition Sedition Act Sedition Acts Did the Democratic-Republican (Jefferson) party favor or oppose the use of federal troops to stop

11 the Whiskey Rebellion? Favor Didn't matter Oppose Oppose would be awarded 5 points Did the Democratic-Republican Party (Jefferson's) oppose or favor the Alien and Sedition Acts? Favor Oppose Didn't matter Oppose would be awarded 5 points Did the Federalist Party oppose or favor the Whiskey Tax? Favor Didn't matter Oppose Favor would be awarded 5 points Did the Federalist party favor or oppose a Federal Army? Didn't matter Favor Oppose Favor would be awarded 5 points When George Washington was inaugurated President for the first time, where was the Capital of the United States? Philadelphia Washington DC Richmond New York New York would be awarded 5 points

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