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History Crossword

Across
tax on a certain liquor
a system proposed by Alexander Hamilton to raise money for the Federal government through taxes, and to create a common currency for all the states
Washington’s Vice President, who proposed the XYZ Affair
French man who sold the Louisiana territory to Madison
acquisition of territory that gave the US control of the Mississippi River and a huge chunk of land
a political party created in the early 1970’s. It was the main political party from 1800-1824. It took some ideas from federalists and some from anti-federalists
a political party created in 1828, branching off from Anti-Federalists, and taking their ideas like believing everyone should have a vote, supporting agriculture, and believing there shouldn’t be a federal army
forbade American ships from trading with all foreign countries
explorers who went on an expedition to study Native land
a political party that believed everyone should have a vote, they supported central authority, and supported agriculture
Down
agreement, signed in Belgium, between the US and Britain, which essentially ended the War of 1812, but did not change any existing borders
accepted California as a free state, but put no slave limits on new territories
incident that ended US and France that ended the alliance between the two countries after France was caught stealing US cargo
the final battle in 1815, in which Jackson beat the British. His victory cemented his status as a hero, which led to his presidency in 1828
slave who helped Lewis & Clark through Native American territory
long water route which ran through the north coast of North America, from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean
allowed Congress to create lower level Federal Courts
first President of the United States
war hero who became the 7th President of the United States
Secretary of State who directed the Philadelphia Convention towards forming a new Constitution