The Jefferson Era, Part One
Deadline, April 6, 160 Points
How did Jefferson's decisions shape America?
The first president of the United States set a powerful example for those who followed. He created precedents, or strong standard examples, that set the course for America for the next century.
The Constitution organized the national government, but just what that government would look like was, in many ways, left to George Washington.
He brought in advisers, or a Cabinet to help him run the new nation. Often the members of his Cabinet disagreed - strongly.
At the same time Europe was again being torn by war. How would this affect America?
This is the story of creating a nation.
Students will identify and describe the steps Washington took to create a new and effective national government.
For this assignment, you need to create simple, accurate, answers to the topic questions shown in the printed copy.
See the crossword puzzle vocabulary.
Jefferson's Pasta Recipe!
Directions: Work them together without water, and very well.
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Here is the link to online text chapter related to this assignment.
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Click here to view the PDF file of the Washington Presidency timeline we used in class.
Jefferson vs. Hamilton