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New Republic

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New Republic
New Republic

1789 | 1790 | 1791 | 1794 | 1797 | 1803 | 1804 | 1810 | 1820 |
1820
1789 | 1790 | 1791 | 1794 | 1797 | 1803 | 1804 | 1810 | 1820 |
1820
1804
Lewis and Clark expedition
1804
Lewis and Clark expedition
1810 U.S. gains Florida from Spain
1810 U.S. gains Florida from Spain
1803
Louisiana Purchase
1803
Louisiana Purchase
1794
Whiskey Rebellion
1794
Whiskey Rebellion
1791
Bill of Rights added to the Constitution
1791
Bill of Rights added to the Constitution
1790
First U.S. Census
1790
First U.S. Census
1789
Washington become first president.
1789
Washington become first president.

1789
Judiciary Act passed

1789
Judiciary Act passed

1794
Slavery abolished in all French colonies
1794
Slavery abolished in all French colonies
1797
Jay’s Treaty
1797
Jay’s Treaty
1790
Washington D.C. chosen as the nation’s capital.
1790
Washington D.C. chosen as the nation’s capital.
1820
The Missouri Compromise
1820
The Missouri Compromise

___ A. Why did you include the event on your timeline?
___ B. Why is the event important?  
___ C. How would the history of the United States be different if this event had not happened?
___ D. How did this event affect the government/society of the United States?  

  1. Juiciary Act
Why is the Juiciary Act of 1789 important?   The Juiciary act was put were mainly organizing offices and appointing judges to the supreme court of nine.   It establish its role in the nation after following decades of judiciary branch of federal government.   It would organize the supreme court, establishing the Chief Justice and other Judges.
How would U.S. history change if we did not have Juciary Act.   I think there would be no order.   We would not have some of the laws we have today.  

  2. Jay’s Treaty
Why is Jay’s Treaty important?   I think it helped normalized relations with Britain after the Revolutionary War.   This made treaty made it easy to trade with...

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