MUFFLEY'S FINAL EXAM_2

MUFFLEY'S FINAL EXAM_2 - Term Definition 89 THE GREATEST...

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Term: 89. THE GREATEST CHALLENGE FACING THE FIRST WASHING ADMINISTRATION WAS Definition: SETTING THE GOVERNMENT'S FINANCES IN ORDER Term: 90. IN THE EARLY 1790S, BRITISH ACTIONS TOWARD THE UNITED STATES INDICATED Definition: DISDAIN FOR AMERICAN RIGHTS Term: 91. BY 1810, ONE FIFTH OF THE AMERICAN POPULATION WAS MADE UP OF Definition: BLACKS Term: 92. UPON ARRIVING IN THE WEST, MANY SETTLERS Definition: TRIED TO TRANSPLANT THEIR EASTERN CUSTOMS, HAD TO ADAPT TO A NEW ENVIRONMENT, WERE ABLE TO GENERATE DISTINCTIVE FOLKWAYS, AND DEPENDED ON WATER TRANSPORTATION. (ALL OF THE ABOVE)
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Term: 93. THOMAS JEFFERSON'S ATTITUDE TOWARD NATIVE AMERICANS SHOWED THAT HE Definition: RESPECTED THEM AS PEOPLE, AND WAS IMPRESSED BY THIER CULTURE Term: 94. AMERICAN PROSPERITY IN THE EARLY 1800S WAS BASED ON Definition: AGRICULTURE AND COMMERCE Term: 95. THE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION Definition: TRAVELED UP THE MISSOURI RIVER TO THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST Term: 96. ON THE ISSUE OF SLAVERY, JEFFERSON Definition: IRONICALLY WANTED THE SLAVE TRADE OUTLAWED, EVEN THOUGH HE WAS A SLAVE OWNER Term: 97. AS THE NAPOLEONIC WARS BROKE OUT IN EUROPE, THE UNITED STATES Definition: TOOK ADVANTAGE OF THE SITUATION
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Term: 98. THESE CONGRESSMEN BELIEVED IT WAS IMPERATIVE THAT THE UNITED STATES ACQUIRE CANADA Definition: WAR HAWKS Term: 99. AT THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS, Definition: BRITISH FORCES WERE DEFEATED BY ANDREW JACKSON AND HIS TROOPS Term: 100. WHY WERE REGIONAL IDENTITIES FORMED IN THE U.S. IN THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY? Definition: PEOPLE WANTED TO DEFEND THEIR SHARED ECONOMIC INTERESTS, IT WAS DIFFICULT TO TRAVEL FAR, AND THERE WERE DISTINCT REGIONAL SUBCULTURES Term: 101. WHY DID PEOPLE MOST TO THE WEST IN THE 1800S? Definition: PEOPLE MOVED TO CREATED OPPORTUNITIES WITH FARMS ON THE RICH SOIL
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Term: 102. HOW DID WHITE AMERICANS INTERACT WITH NATIVE AMERICANS IN THE EARLY 1800S? Definition: THEY USED VIOLENCE AND TRICKERY TO KILL INDIANS AND GAIN THEIR LAND Term: 103. WHAT WAS THE MAIN FUNCTION OF AMERICAN CITIES DURING THE JEFFERSONIAN ERA? Definition: TO SERVE AS DEPOTS FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE Term: 104. IN WHAT WAYS WAS JEFFERSON A POWERFUL PRESIDENT? Definition: HE DEVELOPED CLOSE TIES WITH CONGRESS, WORKING CLOSELY WITH LEGISLATORS TO REACH MANY OF HIS POLITICAL GOALS. Term: 105. HOW DID LIES AND RUMORS LEAD THE UNITED STATES CLOSER TO THE WAR OF 1812?
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