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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
Remaining Neutral John Adams. Remaining Neutral War between France and Britain Washington keeps US out of conflict The US will remain “friendly and impartial”
The Era of Jefferson Bell Ringer: Create a K/W/L chart in your notes What do you already KNOW about Jefferson? What do you WANT to know?
Welcome to... A Game of X’s and O’s
John Adams’ Presidency John Adams John Adams - 2 nd President ( ) Federalist Federalist - Thomas Jefferson Vice- President Democratic-Republican.
By: JP. The 3 rd President of the United States of America, served from Thomas Jefferson.
Westward Expansion and Slavery Copy words in YELLOW.
THE JEFFERSONIAN ERA Key events of Thomas Jefferson’s Presidential Term.
: Jeopardy: Jeopardy Review Game. $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 Vocab & People Acts, Treaties, Etc. Political.
The Jefferson Administration The 3 rd President of the United States.
Jefferson Takes Office 10.1 The Louisiana Purchase and Exploration 10.2.
Daily Quiz-11/5 1. The treaty shown on the map secured the A right of Americans to use the port at New Orleans. B neutrality of the United States in wars.
Thomas Jefferson The Election of 1800 Adams and Pinckney – Legality of Alien and Sedition Acts – Establish a Permanent Army with Tax Money.
Guided reading Activity 8-3 Section 3 The First Political Parties.
Preview and Processing 1.What is happening in the painting? 2.Where is the event happening? 3.How is this different than today?
SSUSH5 The student will explain specific events and key ideas that brought about the adoption and implementation of the United States Constitution. e.
The Early National Period What You Need To Know. The Early National Period The new American republic prior to the Civil War experienced dramatic territorial.
Part 1 Jefferson Begins His Presidency The Jefferson Era.
Our 3 rd President. 1. Served on the 2 nd Continental Congress 2. Wrote the Declaration of Independence 3. Governor of Virginia during the Revolution.
Our first government. George Washington He received every vote possible in 1789 to become our nation’s first president His cabinet included Henry Knox,
6.2. Explain how territorial expansion brought Americans into conflict with the British and with Native Americans. Describe American relations with Britain,
John Adams – Federalists Vs. Thomas Jefferson – Democrat Republican.
"I walk on untrodden ground. There is scarcely any part of my conduct which may not hereafter be drawn into precedent." - George Washington.
A B C D E
American Revolution Summary. Causes of the Revolution Belief that rights were being violated Desire for self-government The Americans declared independence.
Chapter 11 A Time of Growth and War. In 1800, Thomas Jefferson became the 3rd President of the United States.
John Adams Presidency Election of 1796– The beginning of political parties Two parties: 1.) Federalist Party a) Strong federal government. b) Promote.
6:3 Jefferson’s Presidency The rise of political parties influenced the election of 1800, bringing Thomas Jefferson and a new outlook to the presidency.
The United States Faces Foreign Problems. Problems with Europe France went to war with Spain and Great Britain in The US wanted to remain neutral.
Vocab Political Parties Events in History War of 1812 Other
1 ST FIVE PRESIDENTS. GEORGE WASHINGTON Federal court system was established The Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution of the United.
Quiz 3 Review Early American Politics and Expansion.
6.3. Understand why some saw Jefferson’s election as a “republican revolution.” Explain the impact of John Marshall’s tenure as Chief Justice of the United.
1783 United States Wins Independence. Thirteen Colonies In 1775, American Patriots in the 13 colonies began fighting for independence from G. Britain.
Thomas Jefferson, the Louisiana Purchase and Lewis and Clark.
Election of 1800 Adams vs. Jefferson. Political Parties- Election 1800 Federalists Candidates- John Adams & Charles Pinckney (V.P) Rule by the-
Election of 1800 Thomas Jefferson vs. John Adams Democratic Federalist Republican “Revolution of 1800” Peaceful transfer of power from one political party.
John AdamsThomas Jefferson. To have the class be able to summarize the election and who the people running were.
Political developments in the Early National Period.
Election of FEDERALISTS: John Adams & Charles Pinckney DEMOCRATIC- REPUBLICANS: Thomas Jefferson & Aaron Burr vs.
U.S. History Thomas Jefferson’s Presidency. Louisiana Purchase Louisiana, Missouri, Arkansas, Iowa, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, North & South Dakota,
Powerpoint Jeopardy VocabularyJefferson & Westward Expansion War of 1812War with Mexico Potluck
Foreign Affairs Trouble the Nation. The French Revolution July 14, 1789, the French Revolution begins July 14, 1789, the French Revolution begins Revolutionaries.
Unit 3 EQ: What events occurred during Jefferson’s Presidency?
Thomas Jefferson Democratic Style Marbury v. Madison Louisiana Purchase Embargo.
Chapter 6 Section 3 Jefferson Alters the Nation’s Course.
LF US History Objective Problems with Europe Jay’s & Pinckney Treaty AVW: Treaty Bellwork: Create a T chart, only using your brain, outlining.
Expansion of the United States. The expansion of the United States from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean resulted from war, treaty and purchase.
The Early Republic Big Ideas: Big Ideas: –America got off to a rocky start as a new nation –George Washington created the office of President.
Section 1:Jefferson as President Section 2:The Louisiana Purchase Section 3:The Coming of War Section 4:The War of 1812 CHAPTER 11 The Expanding Nation.
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