HIST 150 Week 8 Notes
HIST 150 Week 8 Notes Hist 150-002
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3716 Washington39s Inauguration Appoints Thomas Jefferson as Section of State Apoints Alexander Hamilton as sect of treasury All this makes the cabinet 0 Appoints people as heads of executives of the state Judiciary Act of 1789 Implements a judicial system System of federal courts 3 circuit courts and 13 district courts Nationalists wanted to see a uniform code ofjustice created for the whole united states 0 Here appeals from state courts in the federal courts then it could go to supreme courts after 0 George Washington is the only one who can appoint a supreme court justice 0 First ChiefJustice John Jay Hamilton s Fiscal Program 0 Tariff of 1789 o Protects American products from competition and also gives the government a revenue source 0 Most of federal revenue will come from tariffs and taxes later on alcohol and tobacco Plan for national debut debt consolidation 0 Has federal government consume the debt of the states brings the states together 0 Congress promises to put the permanent capitol in the south Washington DC inbetween Maryland and Virginia 0 Creation of a national bank Creates rst debate 0 Loose or liberal constructionist o Looked and asked what can we do according to our constitution 0 Look at constitution and see that it has all these implied powers and implies we have the power to do the things we need to do saw it39s a guideline Restores nancial and investment health in the USA 0 Bank stabilizes the currency Thomas Jefferson Strict constructionist o If it doesn39t spell it out in the constitution then we can39t do it 0 Debate between him and Hamilton the rst one 0 Washington convinces Hamilton to sign to make the rst bank Report on Manufactures Used money to help Americas take loans to create new industries 0 Proposed making tariffs especially on foreign manufactured goods taxed higher 0 People from rural areas don39t like this fear they could end up like colonies and will be forced to send commodities to Boston or New York instead of England like before Capitalists would rather put money into land speculation or shipping 0 This part did not get approved Foreign Policy 0 Parties or factions are developing French revolution Americans are huge supporters 0 Many phases in this revolution 0 Reign of Terror Use of guillotines any member of the elite was killed lots of aristocrats and wealthy want to rid society of those people Concerns US who39s side are we on o Concerned about alliance of 1778 think France is going to ask them for help since they help in US revolution 0 Cabinet agrees that we want to be neutral 0 5 fold increase in value of exports from the united states 0 Jefferson says we should just continue how it is Hamilton says we need to do something official want to suspend that treaty 0 Let s focus on growing nation to the west Edmond Genet Comes to states around time of Reign of Terror Conservatives don39t want to damage relationship with Great Britain like he wants to do 0 George Washington is persuaded to make an official statement on Neutrality In 1793 issues a Proclamation of Neutrality o The united states will continue friendly trade between everyone and it will not help nor hurt either nation 0 After this proclamation Genet is very rude to Washington demands him to call a debate for the issue 0 Jefferson stands up for Washington feels that he lost some stature with Washington and leaves the cabinet Now Genet s faction is gone is dangerous for him to go back to France stays in US Indian Affairs Fort in Detroit area Spanish cut off American use of the Mississippi river for trade Britain is still building forts and occupying areas in the US 0 Fort in Detroit area 0 Taking away fur trade from US and taking it to GB 0 Using Native American weapons to attack settlers US thinks they need to think of a policy for dealing with Native Americans 1790 Intercourse Act 0 Basic guidelines for dealing with Native Americans 0 De nes the tribes as independent nations 0 Must make a treaty with them to open land for them to have keeps Americans from just taking lndian land for themselves 0 The treaties start to make a difference later on Americans didn39t always obey them 0 Very little policing for unlicensed traders 0 Native Americans come together to try to defend themselves from American encroachment on their land Chief Little Turtle 0 Miami Indian Head of the Miami Confederacy Ohio 0 Lure an American explorer into their area and attack him 0 Kill 900 Americans most in history 0 Fort Miami British are constructing another fort to supply the Miami Confederacy and are encouraging them to attack American settlements 0 Spanish are also constructing forts on the Mississippi River and are encouraging them to attack Americans as well Crises of 1794 1 Unable to subdue lndians people are being attacked and think the government has failed 2 British Spanish encroachment people are thinking of seceding and joining them so they can sell their goods 3 British Blockades against France and French holdings in the Caribbean a Seizing American ships 4 Domestic rebellion The Whisky Rebellion 31116 No notes turned in papers
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