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How did President Thomas Jefferson bring CHANGE to the U.S.?
Background Declaration of Independence Secretary of State (GW) Vice-President (JA) Elected in 1800 Democratic Republican Virginian Curiosity: WEST
1. Personal Style – “Shaking Hands”
2. Important Americans = farmers
3. Size of government
4. National Budget
5. Army and Navy
6. Political Disputes “We are all Republicans, we are all Federalists.”
1800 Mississppi River Florida, Texas: Spain Territories are forming Canada? French Territory: France New Orleans
Which of the following BEST describes Jefferson’s idea of being democratic? a. being less fashionable and dressed up than the Federalists. b. the person.
Guided reading Activity 8-3 Section 3 The First Political Parties.
John Adams Presidency Election of 1796– The beginning of political parties Two parties: 1.) Federalist Party a) Strong federal government. b) Promote.
CHALLENGES AT HOME AND ABROAD. WHISKEY REBELLION SUMMER 1794 EXCISE TAX AS PART OF FUNDING & ASSUMPTION EXCISE TAX AS PART OF FUNDING & ASSUMPTION NOWHERE.
Creating the New Republic Washington’s Inaugural Address Government Bureaucracy Bill of Rights Virginia Declaration of Rights Virginia Statute for Religious.
The 1790s Remaining Neutral. The Debate over Revolution A.The French Revolution - Messy and confusing change in power. - The Dem-Reps supported Revolution.
Jefferson in Office Selects James Madison as Secretary of State and Albert Gallatin as Secretary of the Treasury. 1. Economic plans a) reduce military.
First American Political Parties. U.S. Political Parties: Beginnings What is a political party? –Organization of people who share similar ideas about.
POLITICAL PARTIES I.MANY AMERICAN LEADERS FEARED THE CREATION OF POLTICAL PARTIES BELIEVING THEY WOULD DIVIDE & DESTROY THE NEW NATION II. NAME: FEDERALIST.
Chapter Eight The Early Republic, Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.8-2 Berkin, Making America Chapter 8 In foreign.
Chapter 6. Washington was elected President and began to create a Government. Judiciary Act of 1789 One of the first laws passed by the new Congress.
CENTER STAGE TRIVIA CHALLENGE Ch This term means to add on.
Jefferson’s Presidency MRS. INGRAM. New Policies When Jefferson took office, his followers preached a ‘republican revolution’ in governmental policies.
Early Colonial Period Colonial Labor & Trade The Am.
Federalists vs. Democratic Republicans By Mr. Linder.
America at 1800 Jefferson, Madison, and the War of 1812.
The Beginning of the U.S. And its all because of the Constitution!
Washington – Jefferson – Washington unanimously elected president. Two terms Washington inaugurated in Philadelphia, Penn. Capital moved.
Chapter 6: Section 2. Explain how territorial expansion brought Americans into conflict with the British and with Native Americans. Describe American.
CH 6 Federalist and Democratic-Republicans Pg 210.
THE CREATION OF POLITICAL PARTIES HAMILTON V JEFFERSON.
Ch 9 Sections 2 & 3. Learning targets I can explain how events in Europe created challenges for the New American Government. I can List the Dangers Washington.
A.K.A. The War for American Independence… Again. Jefferson does not run for a third term.
Pick a Suitcase This is Your Case These 4 positions made up George Washingtons cabinet.
Quiz 1.What was the name of the treaty that John Jay made with the British? 2.Explain the concept of nullification. 3.How did George Washington die? 4.Name.
John Adams Our Second President. The Man Harvard educated at 16 Successful lawyer Married Abigail Smith (housewife and wonderful writer) Founding Father.
Chapter 6 Section 3. Revolution of 1800 Referred to his creation of a less formal style of the presidency Strong believer in small gov’t=limited.
CHAPTER 6 Launching the New Nation 1. CHAPTER 6 Section 1 – Washington Heads the New Government 2.
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