Presentation on theme: "Louisiana Purchase Video 1. What is the mission of Lewis and Clark? 2. Who controlled the Louisiana Territory before 1803? 3. List 5 facts that you hear."— Presentation transcript:
Louisiana Purchase Video 1. What is the mission of Lewis and Clark? 2. Who controlled the Louisiana Territory before 1803? 3. List 5 facts that you hear about their journey. 4. Who helps Louis and Clark along the way? 5. How did Louis and Clark’s journey shape the development of the United States?
Louisiana Purchase Video 1. Map a route to the Pacific Ocean 2. France Sacajawea 5. It doubled the size of the U.S. This lead to the development of our nation and the ability to move westward.
Preview Get your notebook. Answer the following question in your notebook…. “What effect did the Louisiana Purchase have on the development of the U.S.?” Doubled the size of our country; allowed for Westward Expansion
Small Group Talk 30 Second Think : Have you ever gotten in trouble for something you didn’t do? What happened once the truth came out? Were you set free/not punished? Talk: Turn and face your partner. Partner A= 1minute Partner B= 1 minute SHARE
What’s so important about Marbury v. Madison First time the Supreme Court struck down a law passed by Congress This ruling established judicial review : when the Supreme Court reviews the laws passed by Congress
W. A. J. Ma. Mo. 3 rd Thomas Jefferson Louisiana Purchase (1803) doubled the size of the U.S. Marbury V. Madison established Judicial Review 3131
Small Group Talk 30 Second Think : What would our society look like if we never traded with other countries? How would that effect your shopping/buying? Talk: Turn and face your partner. Partner A= 1minute Partner B= 1 minute SHARE
The Embargo Act Angered, President Jefferson passed The Embargo Act (quit trading with all countries) The plan was to hurt England and France economically by not trading with them.
Embargo Hurts America American merchants have a hard time selling their products outside of the country. Americans resort to smuggling (sneaking items in and out of the country illegally)
W. A. J. Ma. Mo. 3 rd Thomas Jefferson Louisiana Purchase (1803) doubled the size of the U.S. Marbury V. Madison established Judicial Review Embargo Act- No trade with other countries; plan failed and actually hurt U.S. 3131
Embargo Cartoon The man with the barrel is a merchant. The ship in the background is British. He is being stopped by the embargo. Like many merchants during this time, he might need to resort to smuggling.
Cause Effect 1. Impressment 2. Embargo Act 3. Indian Raids on Frontier 4. National Pride –‘War Hawks” 1. Increased Nationalism 2. Native Americans weakened 3. Federalist Party ends. 4. Andrew Jackson becomes a hero
Correcting the Past Jefferson pardoned all those arrested/fined under the Alien and Sedition Acts Repealed Whiskey tax Immigrants could now become citizens in 5 years again, not 14 Cuts down the size of government
The Failure of the Embargo Jefferson admitted the embargo failed and Congress altered it. Still unpopular and hurt America. Jefferson decided NOT to run for 3rd term