washington's presidency
Updated: 2/11/2021
washington's presidency

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  • Washington's Presidency Comic
  • French Revolution
  • We want food!
  • How about some cake.
  • Neutrality Proclamation
  • I decide to stay neutral.
  • By Daniel DegnanPeriod 1
  • Privateers
  • We are some private individuals that use this boat for war.
  • A revolution where the people of France revolted against there King and Queen of France.The people of France wanted our help. They had no food, and the French government just kept intimidating them.
  • Jay's Treaty
  • This is where we sign the treaty. I already signed.
  • I'm still signing my name.
  • This was a war between France and Britain where we had to stay neutral. This is because we didn't have much money and didn't want to lose any war stuff when in this battle, so we just kept selling stuff with either side of the war. Also, France was weak at the time and were losing to Britain, so Washington decided to stay neutral.
  • Pinckney's Treaty
  • This is the treaty that you must sign.
  • Okay. I just signed my name.
  • An armed ship owned and officered by private individuals holding a government commission and and authorized for use in war.
  • A treaty between the United States, and Great Britain where America could make another base to build their national economy, in November 19, 1794.
  • The Pinckney's treaty was a treaty between Spain and the U.S.A on October 27, 1795. This resolved territorial disputes between the 2 countries, and granted American ships the right to free navigation of the Mississippi River.