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2. By 1790, the Indians: a. remained a powerful threat to western settlement b. had become U.S. citizens c. were largely eradicated d. had signed away most of their lands by treaty e. had united into a powerful western confederacy ANS: A REF: Page 302 OBJ: Applied TOP: America in 1789 (I.A)
3. In early 1789, the new Congress gathered in the national capital, which was: REF: Page 303 OBJ: Factual
TOP: The convening of Congress (I.B) 4. In his inaugural address, President Washington emphasized:
d. relations with Britain e. his cabinet selections ANS: C REF: Page 303 OBJ: Factual TOP: The first president (I.C) 5. Washington’s secretary of state was: REF: Page 303 OBJ: Factual
TOP: Structure of the government (I.D) 6. The first Supreme Court: a. had nine members b. was picked by Congress c. was led by chief justice John Adams d. required its justices to serve on circuit courts as well e. limited its justices to six-year terms ANS: D REF: Page 304 OBJ: Factual
TOP: Structure of the government (I.D) 7. The Bill of Rights did all of the following EXCEPT: REF: Page 305 OBJ: Factual
TOP: Bill of Rights added to the Constitution (I.E) 8. In regard to religion, the Constitution: REF: Page 306 OBJ: Factual
TOP: The First Amendment and church–state relations (I.F) 9. The Tenth Amendment to the Constitution: REF: Page 306 OBJ: Factual
TOP: Bill of Rights added to the Constitution (I.E)

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