1. Both the Alien and Sedition Acts were viewed with tremendous suspicion. Identify who suffered most under the enforcement of each of the Acts.
2. Identify the statements that describe the War of 1812.
3. The Louisiana Purchase happened between the United States and France. Identify why France was willing to sell the territory to the United States.
4. Gabriel’s Rebellion was inspired by the revolutionary language of freedom that was popular at the time. But, unlike the American Revolution, Gabriel’s Rebellion wasn’t a success. The former slave’s attempt to liberate slaves was foiled, and ultimately blacks experienced even less freedom in the early nineteenth century.
5. Political divisions first surfaced over the financial plan developed by Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton. Identify the five parts of Hamilton’s financial plan.
6. What does this painting reveal about Americans’ feelings toward the British around the time of the War of 1812?
7. What does it reveal about the United States' involvement in the Barbary Wars?
8. Identify the statements that describe Jay’s Treaty and its outcomes.
9. What does this map reveal about why Jefferson referred to his victory as the Revolution of 1800?
10. In what ways did public life become democratized throughout the 1790s?
11. Thomas Jefferson dispatched Lewis and Clark to explore the West. Identify the objectives Jefferson established for this team.
12. How does Murray answer the argument that offering education to women will lead them to neglect their “domestic employments”?
13. During the War of 1812, Tecumseh was a valuable partner of the United States.
14. Why did the Federalist Party ultimately collapse after the War of 1812?
15. As George Washington settled into his presidency, factions argued about the role of the new government. Which of the following represents the views on government held by the “strict constructionists”?
16. The Treaty of Ghent, ending the War of 1812, largely favored the United States.
17. As head of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton created a plan to make America financially independent. While Hamilton’s Report on Manufactures (1791) encouraged the development of factories to make America financially independent, people like Thomas Jefferson and James Madison disagreed with his approach. Jefferson and Madison believed the future of financial growth depended on which commercial activity?