Challenges of a new country

Challenges of a new country
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The challenges of a new country

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  • In the 1780s, Spain,  Britain, the United States , and the Native Americans claimed parts of the Trans-Appalachian as their own. 
  • Spain held the port of New Orleans which was key to trade. 
  • Eventually, Native Americans and white settlers clashed over the Northwest Territory.. 
  • They are not superior!
  • We are superior!
  • Why did Washington send so many troops to the Whiskey Rebellion?
  • He wanted to show how strong the new government was.
  • How the U.S. secured the Northwest territory
  • Like the American Revolution, they demanded liberty and equality. Although, by 1792, the revolution became too violent. 
  • How Americans viewed themselves to the Natives at the Battle of Fallen Timbers
  • How has Washington been reacting to the French Revolution?
  • Washington declared that they would remain neutral. 
  • Why Washington sent so many troops to the Whiskey Rebellion
  • How did Washington remain neutral?
  • He made Jay's treaty and Pinckney's treaty to remain neutral. 
  • What happened in the French Revolution
  • What happened in the French revolution?
  • How Washington reacted to the French Revolution
  • How Washington remained neutral
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