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1 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 with the most votes, should be elected. c. giving all people the same rights, opportunities, and say in government.

2 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 with the most votes, should be elected. c. giving all people the same rights, opportunities, and say in government.

3 “Educate and inform the whole mass of the people. Enable them to see that it is their interest to preserve peace and order, and they will preserve them… They are the only [ones to rely on] for the preservation of our liberty.” What does this quote by Jefferson mean? a. there are too many or a mass of liberties to protect. b. people should be educated about their government so they can protect their rights. c. the only way to preserve education is to make it peaceful and in a one-room school.

4 “Educate and inform the whole mass of the people. Enable them to see that it is their interest to preserve peace and order, and they will preserve them… They are the only [ones to rely on] for the preservation of our liberty.” What does this quote by Jefferson mean? a. there are too many or a mass of liberties to protect. b. people should be educated about their government so they can protect their rights. c. the only way to preserve education is to make it peaceful and in a one-room school.

5 Jefferson at his inauguration “Every American, even the minority, posses their equal rights which equal laws must protect. In a way, we are all Republicans, we are all Federalists.” What was the message in Jefferson’s inauguration speech? a. watch out Federalists, it’s my turn to rule now. b. you will be treated fairly and equally during my rule. c. ha, ha, you lost and we won. d. it is important to pass more laws about equality.

6 Jefferson at his inauguration “Every American, even the minority, posses their equal rights which equal laws must protect. In a way, we are all Republicans, we are all Federalists.” What was the message in Jefferson’s inauguration speech? a. watch out Federalists, it’s my turn to rule now. b. you will be treated fairly and equally during my rule. c. ha, ha, you lost and we won. d. it is important to pass more laws about equality.

7 All of the following were part of Jefferson’s Goals and Policies EXCEPT a. creating a Bank of the United States. b. reducing the amount of government jobs. c. repealing (canceling) the Whiskey Tax. d. reducing the size of the army and navy.

8 All of the following were part of Jefferson’s Goals and Policies EXCEPT a. creating a Bank of the United States. b. reducing the amount of government jobs. c. repealing (canceling) the Whiskey Tax. d. reducing the size of the army and navy.

9 Who was the “financial wizard” that became Thomas Jefferson’s Secretary of the Treasury? a. Henry Potter b. Alexander Hamilton c. Selena Gomez d. Albert Gallatin e. James Monroe

10 Who was the “financial wizard” that became Thomas Jefferson’s Secretary of the Treasury? a. Henry Potter b. Alexander Hamilton c. Selena Gomez d. Albert Gallatin e. James Monroe

11 Who was Thomas Jefferson’s Secretary of State?

12 JAMES MADISON

13 All of the following are part of the idea of a “laissez faire” and “free market” economic policy EXCEPT a. “let alone” the economy and be “hands off” b. only pass laws about the economy that help it grow. c. get rid of protective tariffs because they are unfair and unnecessary. d. the government should not have too much control of the economy.

14 All of the following are part of the idea of a “laissez faire” and “free market” economic policy EXCEPT a. “let alone” the economy and be “hands off” b. only pass laws about the economy that help it grow. c. get rid of protective tariffs because they are unfair and unnecessary. d. the government should not have too much control of the economy.

15 Which of the following would BEST help Jefferson accomplish the goal of reducing the federal budget? a. promote a free market economy b. only appoint Democratic- Republicans in the Judicial Branch. c. reduce the number of government jobs. d. use laissez faire policies on the budget.

16 Which of the following would BEST help Jefferson accomplish the goal of reducing the federal budget? a. promote a free market economy b. only appoint Democratic- Republicans in the Judicial Branch. c. reduce the number of government jobs. d. use laissez faire policies on the budget.

17 Name one Federalist economic policy that Jefferson kept. You should keep that one. Ok, I will.

18 Name one Federalist economic policy that Jefferson kept. Kept the Bank of the U.S. or Continued paying off states’ debts You should keep that one. Ok, I will.

19 How did Federalists try to keep power in the government after the election of 1800? a. they asked for a re-count in the House of Representatives. b. they added more district courts and appointed Federalist judges. c. they appointed all new members to the Senate which were Federalists. d. they increased the size of the army and navy to prepare for a take-over by the Democratic-Republicans.

20 How did Federalists try to keep power in the government after the election of 1800? a. they asked for a re-count in the House of Representatives. b. they added more district courts and appointed Federalist judges. c. they appointed all new members to the Senate which were Federalists. d. they increased the size of the army and navy to prepare for a take-over by the Democratic-Republicans.

21 Who was the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court for the Marbury v. Madison case?

22 John Marshall John Jay resigned to become Governor of New York

23 What did John Marshall of the Supreme Court decide was unconstitutional in the Marbury v. Madison case? a. Madison cannot speak about another government official because of the Sedition Act. b. Marbury cannot be appointed on the last day of Adams’ presidency. c. Marbury cannot sue Madison in the Supreme Court. d. Madison should have delivered the papers immediately instead of waiting.

24 What did John Marshall of the Supreme Court decide was unconstitutional in the Marbury v. Madison case? a. Madison cannot speak about another government official because of the Sedition Act. b. Marbury cannot be appointed on the last day of Adams’ presidency. c. Marbury cannot sue Madison in the Supreme Court. d. Madison should have delivered the papers immediately instead of waiting.

25 What is the name of the important power used for the first time by the Supreme Court during the Marbury v. Madison case?

26 What is the name of the important power used for the first time by the Supreme Court during the Marbury v. Madison case? Judicial Review

27 Why were the Mississippi River and the port of New Orleans important to Americans during this time period? a. the docks were needed for shipping farming goods to the coast for selling. b. it was the best fishing area west of the Appalachian Mountains. c. it was the only warm-weather port found in North America. d. it was the first Navy base in the United States where we docked all of our frigates.

28 Why were the Mississippi River and the port of New Orleans important to Americans during this time period? a. the docks were needed for shipping farming goods to the coast for selling. b. it was the best fishing area west of the Appalachian Mountains. c. it was the only warm-weather port found in North America. d. it was the first Navy base in the United States where we docked all of our frigates.

29 How did George Washington try to keep the port of New Orleans open for American farmers? a. he sent Thomas Jefferson to buy the port of New Orleans from Spain. b. He sent Thomas Pinckney to make a treaty with Spain. c. He sent agents X,Y, and Z to make a treaty with France. d. He sent American war ships to protect the port from invasion.

30 How did George Washington try to keep the port of New Orleans open for American farmers? a. he sent Thomas Jefferson to buy the port of New Orleans from Spain. b. He sent Thomas Pinckney to make a treaty with Spain. c. He sent agents X,Y, and Z to make a treaty with France. d. He sent American war ships to protect the port from invasion.

31 When France gained control of the Louisiana Territory, what did Napoleon plan to do with it? a. cut down the trees to make more ships for his war in Europe. b. build forts to protect the land from Spain. c. grow food to feed the slaves working on French plantations in Haiti. d. sell the land to the Indians for lots of money.

32 When France gained control of the Louisiana Territory, what did Napoleon plan to do with it? a. cut down the trees to make more ships for his war in Europe. b. build forts to protect the land from Spain. c. grow food to feed the slaves working on French plantations in Haiti. d. sell the land to the Indians for lots of money.

33 Who was the leader of the Revolution in Haiti?

34 Toussaint L’Overture

35 What did Jefferson do to try to keep the port of New Orleans open for American farmers? a. He declared war on France and sent soldiers to New Orleans. b. He tried to make a treaty with France to allow the U.S. to use the port. c. He sent James Madison to make a treaty with France to buy the Louisiana Territory. d. He tried to buy the port of New Orleans and part of West Florida.

36 What did Jefferson do to try to keep the port of New Orleans open for American farmers? a. He declared war on France and sent soldiers to New Orleans. b. He tried to make a treaty with France to allow the U.S. to use the port. c. He sent James Madison to make a treaty with France to buy the Louisiana Territory. d. He tried to buy the port of New Orleans and part of West Florida.

37 Which two men did Jefferson send to France to buy New Orleans?

38 Robert Livingston & James Monroe

39 Why did Talleyrand eventually offer to sell all of the Louisiana Territory to the United States? a. because the land in Louisiana was swampy and not good for growing food for Haiti. b. because the United States offered him a bribe of $4 million and a $10 million loan for France. c. because there was a revolution in Haiti and Napoleon needed money to fund his war in Europe. d. because he did not want to sell it to the people of Haiti to feed the slaves.

40 Why did Talleyrand eventually offer to sell all of the Louisiana Territory to the United States? a. because the land in Louisiana was swampy and not good for growing food for Haiti. b. because the United States offered him a bribe of $4 million and a $10 million loan for France. c. because there was a revolution in Haiti and Napoleon needed money to fund his war in Europe. d. because he did not want to sell it to the people of Haiti to feed the slaves.

41 How did President Jefferson make the Louisiana Purchase constitutional? a. He passed an amendment giving the president the power to buy land. b. He said it was necessary and proper so therefore it was constitutional. c. He had Livingston and Monroe buy the land instead of paying for it himself. d. He asked Congress to pass a treaty which gave the land to the United States in return for money.

42 How did President Jefferson make the Louisiana Purchase constitutional? a. He passed an amendment giving the president the power to buy land. b. He said it was necessary and proper so therefore it was constitutional. c. He had Livingston and Monroe buy the land instead of paying for it himself. d. He asked Congress to pass a treaty which gave the land to the United States in return for money.

43 Which TWO men did Thomas Jefferson put in charge of the expedition to explore the Louisiana Purchase?

44 Meriwether Lewis & William Clark

45 Which of the following was NOT a goal that Jefferson gave Lewis and Clark on their expedition in the Louisiana Territory? a. To map the best route to the Pacific Ocean. b. To make treaties with all of the Indian nations asking if the U.S. could use the land. c. To learn about the plants, animals, and weather in the territory. d. To try to establish trade with the Native Americans.

46 Which of the following was NOT a goal that Jefferson gave Lewis and Clark on their expedition in the Louisiana Territory? a. To map the best route to the Pacific Ocean. b. To make treaties with all of the Indian nations asking if the U.S. could use the land. c. To learn about the plants, animals, and weather in the territory. d. To try to establish trade with the Native Americans.

47 Explain how the Rocky (Rockidy) Mountains are a continental divide.

48 Explain how the Rocky (Rockidy) Mountains are a continental divide. Because the mountains are the highest point on the continent, all rivers flow either east or west from the mountains.

49 Which of the following BEST describes Zebulon Pike’s exploration in the Louisiana Territory? a. He explored the Arkansas River, present day Colorado and the Southwest. b. He explored Pikes Peak and the Mexico territory. c. He explored the upper Mississippi River area and the Great Plains. d. He explored the port of New Orleans and the swamps of Louisiana.

50 Which of the following BEST describes Zebulon Pike’s exploration in the Louisiana Territory? a. He explored the Arkansas River, present day Colorado and the Southwest. b. He explored Pikes Peak and the Mexico territory. c. He explored the upper Mississippi River area and the Great Plains. d. He explored the port of New Orleans and the swamps of Louisiana.

51 Who was in control of the Mediterranean Sea around 1800?

52 The Barbary Pirates of Tripoli

53 What is a naval BLOCKADE?

54 Using your military to stop trade imports and exports from getting in and out of a country.

55 What happened to the U.S.S. Philadelphia when it was patrolling as part of the BLOCKADE during the war with Tripoli? a. It was destroyed by the Barbary Pirates. b. It got stuck, was captured by pirates, and was later destroyed by the U.S. Navy. c. It was used by the Barbary Pirates to attack American ships. d. It was the most important ship in the blockade.

56 What happened to the U.S.S. Philadelphia when it was patrolling as part of the BLOCKADE during the war with Tripoli? a. It was destroyed by the Barbary Pirates. b. It got stuck, was captured by pirates, and was later destroyed by the U.S. Navy. c. It was used by the Barbary Pirates to attack American ships. d. It was the most important ship in the blockade.

57 How did America end the short conflict (war) with Tripoli? a. The blockade was successful and Tripoli ran out of food and supplies and surrendered. b. The U.S. Navy destroyed the U.S.S. Philadelphia and other ships that belonged to Tripoli. c. The U.S. Army conquered Tripoli in the War of d. The U.S. marines made a land attack on Tripoli and forced them to surrender.

58 How did America end the short conflict (war) with Tripoli? a. The blockade was successful and Tripoli ran out of food and supplies and surrendered. b. The U.S. Navy destroyed the U.S.S. Philadelphia and other ships that belonged to Tripoli. c. The U.S. Army conquered Tripoli in the War of d. The U.S. marines made a land attack on Tripoli and forced them to surrender.

59 Why were Britain and France seizing (capturing) American ships again after 1803? a. They were at war and didn’t want the U.S. to trade with their enemy. b. They were upset that the U.S. would not pay the tribute they demanded. c. They were jealous of the new U.S. frigates and wanted them for themselves. d. They needed the tobacco on board for the sailors to smoke to calm their nerves.

60 Why were Britain and France seizing (capturing) American ships again after 1803? a. They were at war and didn’t want the U.S. to trade with their enemy. b. They were upset that the U.S. would not pay the tribute they demanded. c. They were jealous of the new U.S. frigates and wanted them for themselves. d. They needed the tobacco on board for the sailors to smoke to calm their nerves.

61 What did the Embargo Act of 1807 say?

62 U.S. merchants can not trade with any foreign countries (to avoid war with Britain and France).

63 What did the Non-intercourse Act say?

64 The U.S. can trade with any country EXCEPT for Britain and France.

65 Who won the election of 1808? a. James Monroe b. James Madison c. Charles C. Pinckney d. Charles Maurice de Talleyrand

66 Who won the election of 1808? a. James Monroe b. James Madison c. Charles C. Pinckney d. Charles Maurice de Talleyrand


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