The Whiskey Rebellion was one of the many events that happened that helped form the United States of America in the late 1700s. It was tax a protest by the Southerner's for the reason of the North taxing Whiskey on the South. This of course angered them and they thought that the best thing for them to do was to fight. But because of the New Federal Government, their fight didn't have any affect proving proving it to be stronger than our old one.
This important act was the act that established 3 different judiciary systems. These cerated judiciary systems were known as the Supreme Court, circuit, and district. It also took place in 1789 and lowered federal courts.
Marbury Vs Madison was a very important event in history because it was the one and only Supreme Court case that established the concept of judicial review. Judicial Review stated that judges can strike down a law if it is unconstitutional.
The Louisiana Purchase took place in the year of 1803 and double the size of the United States of America. This purchase was a steal being only 15 million dollars.
The Alien act was an act from our second president, John Adams, to give more power to deport foreigners (aliens) and mad it harder for immigrants to do things that they should be able to do such as voting
The Sedition Act was passed by John Adams. T/he act that made it illegal to talk badly about the government. If you did, you would get punished in ways such as imprisonment, deportation, or being fined.