Chapter 7-pgs 207-213

Chapter 7-pgs 207-213 - A. P. US Mods 6/7/8 Notes for pgs....

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A. P. US Artem Kholodenko Mods 6/7/8 0109 Notes for pgs. 207-213 Launching the New   Republic US has Many Problems The Fragile New Nation Rise of a Democratic   Republic The West and the South Indians Overpower the   Whites - Andre Fagot was sent by the Spain to N. Orleans to stir up  discontent; he offered unrestricted trading privileges for which  Tennessee would be annexed - He found may willing to become Spanish subjects - US feared that foreign affairs would slice off its western territories - Many problems faced the new US: bankruptcy, frontier fighting,  threatened economy w/ lack of exports   - The national government tried to justify the right of state  legislature to veto federal laws due to a state of US crisis - By 1789 (6 years after US got independence) export restriction  brought problems and not prosperity to sailors merchants and  others; foreigner tried to stop the US from settling the frontier and  was no guaranty that the debt would be honored - Antifeds had not disappeared and supporters of the new  government faced a lot of pressure - During the 1 st  2 decades it was impossible for the government to  work with equal rights for all with different regions conflicting such  the revolution in different ways - The conflicts would split the congress into 2 factions and then into  hostile parties; the demand for a  democratic  republic was rising - Land from Appalachians to Mississippi R. was covered with 80  tribes of a total of 150,000 people in 1789 - Britain armed the northwest resistance and Spain did the same  with the south while negotiating land purchases - 200,000 settlers confronted the Indians; death and destruction  spread from PA to GA; in KT there were 1,500 killed or captured  from 1784 to 1790 - Whites could only take the Indians with a great fighting force and  there was a large lack of supplies - In 1786, 1,200 Kentuckians under George Rogers went against  Great Lake Indians and abandoned their campaign due to lack of  supplies  - Only federal forces could defeat the Indians, but n 1789 the US 
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2010 for the course BIOLOGY BIOLOGy taught by Professor Hued during the Spring '10 term at Eastern Oregon.

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