George Washington


French Revolution

July 4, 1789 - 1793

The people of the French rebelled against the King. The American Revolution is what inspired people to rebel. The Revolution ended with a victory for France and a public beheading of the King and Queen.

Whiskey Rebellion

1791 - 1794

American-made Whiskey was taxed. Everyone did not support the tax, because they felt the government had no right to tax what they “created themselves”. !{width: 200px; height: 200px;}

Neutrality Proclamation

April 22, 1793 - December 1793

This declared that the United States would not take sides during a war between France and England. George Washing passed it without the approval of Congress. Doing this made people get angry. Thomas Jefferson was one of the people would didn't like this proclamation. !{width: 200px; height: 200px;}

Jay’s Treaty

November 19, 1794 - 1801

This treated fixed problems between the United States and Britain that could have led to war. The British were forced to pay for the damages done to our ships and the British were to abandon their forts on the northwestern territory. People felt that the British didn't get enough punishment. !{width: 200px; height: 200px;}

Treaty of Greenville

August 3, 1795 - 1805

Native American’s wage war against the U.S. in the Northwest Territory, due to U.S. expansion. Britain supplied the natives with weapons, givings them an advantage at first, but the U.S, came out victorious. !{width: 200px; height: 200px;}

Pinckney’s Treaty

October 27, 1795 - 1800

Spain was in control the port of New Orleans and closed it to the United States for trade. The U.S. was now unable to transport goods from then Mississippi to places east or overseas.!{width: 200px; height: 200px;}