George Washington Timeline


French Revolution

1789 - 1793

First the French Revolution happened when people of France rebelled that were against the King. Those people were inspired to do so by the American Revolution. This Revolution ended with a victory of the French people and the Queen and King.

Whiskey Rebellion

1791 - 1794

The Congress passed on a tax on the American Whiskey in the year of march 1791, to pay the the Federal government. Not everyone liked the taxing because they thought they had no right to tax for something the made themselves. Later on there was too many fight in Pennsylvania and most people did not want to pay the whiskey tax. Then Washington who felt like Congress had the right to enforce the whiskey taxing, then led to military.

Neutality Proclamation

April 22, 1793 - November 19,1794

The the Neutrality Proclamation stared when George Washington proclamation declared that the U.S wouldn't take side while the war between France and England. George Washington passed this without the congress approval.

Jay's Treaty

November 19,1794 - October 27,1795

Jays Treaty it took care of the problems between the U.S and Britain, because they could have led to war. British were to pay the damages to the American ships and the British had to abandon their forts in the northwestern territory.
This was not popular in the U.S because citizens felt like they did not punish the British.

Pinckney's Treaty

1795 - 1796

In the year of 1784 Spain was in control of the port of New Orleans and they closed it to the U.S for trade.
After this the U.S was not allowed to transport goods from Mississippi and places in the east . This Treaty reopened the border & Washington saw it as a success

Treaty of Greenville

August 3,1795 - 1796

In the Treaty of Grenville was that the native Americans had war against that U.S . The British gave the Native Americans all supplies like weapons and more things, But the U.S came out victorious after they have been fighting for five years. The Treaty of Greenville was for the U.S to claim the Natives Americans land.