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1 Today you need: Spiral Pen or Pencil Textbook (get one before the bell rings if you need one)

2 sMh8RCqJf9U Louisiana Purchase 3:38 siana-purchase Haitian Revolution leads to Louisiana Purchase

3 Louisiana Purchase France secretly acquired territory from Spain in 1800 Napoleon needed $$ for war Jefferson offered to buy New Orleans but was offered the whole territory Bought it for $15 million Purchasing land not mentioned in Constitution… wasn’t Jefferson a strict constructionist ? He commits a hypocritical act “for the good” of the country.

4 Why the hand in the shirt? The 'hand-held-in' was a common stance for men of wealth and power. Many examples of this posture can be found in painted portraits dating from the early and middle 1700s, well before Napoleon's birth. "hand-in-waistcoat" posture was seen as... "manly boldness tempered with modesty."

5 The Louisiana Purchase Port of New Orleans Mississippi River

6 Presidency of Thomas Jefferson Views on Government *Common man *less government *less taxes *economy: Agriculture Marbury vs Madison 1803 JUDICIAL REVIEW: Supreme Court can declare a law unconstitutional. Louisiana Purchase 1803 Bought from Napoleon (France) $15 million Doubled the size of the US Effects of Lewis and Clark Expedition

7 m/watch?v=8eqGmM6z e2s Lewis and Clark Song

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9 Lewis and Clark lead the Corps of Discovery

10 Looking toward Western Expansion! Manifest Destiny

11 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v =PnT0k9wdDZo Sacajawea – Ted Talk – 3 min

12 Lewis and Clark carried a total of at least 89 peace medals in five different sizes: 3 large Jefferson medals about 105 mm in diameter 13 Jefferson medals about 75 mm in diameter 16 Jefferson medals about 55 mm in diameter 55 "season" medals, 45 mm in diameter 2 (or 4) "medals of the fifth size," of uncertain dimension

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14 Presidency of Thomas Jefferson Views on Government *Common man *less government *less taxes Marbury vs Madison 1803 JUDICIAL REVIEW: Supreme Court can declare a law unconstitutional. Louisiana Purchase 1803 Bought from Napoleon (France) $15 million Doubled the size of the US Effects of Lewis and Clark Expedition Accurate Maps Scientific info (animals/plants etc) Relationships with Native Americans Growth of fur trade Pike’s Expedition com/watch?v=3WI MJOhOGKQ 1 minute – Lewis and Clark

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16 Presidency of Thomas Jefferson Views on Government *Common man *less government *less taxes Marbury vs Madison 1803 JUDICIAL REVIEW: Supreme Court can declare a law unconstitutional. Louisiana Purchase 1803 Bought from Napoleon (France) $15 million Doubled the size of the US Effects of Lewis and Clark Expedition Accurate Maps Scientific info (animals/plants etc) Relationships with Native Americans Growth of fur trade Pike’s Expedition -Pike’s Peak - mistaken view of the Great Plains as a treeless desert

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18 C. Recognizing Effects What were the most important Results of the Expeditions into the Louisiana Territory in the early 1800s? Lewis, Clark, and Pike had exciting reports of what lay to the West. Travelers now had maps. There was a growing interest in the fur trade. Hunters and Trappers would bring back even more information. Pike’s expedition gave a mistaken view of the Great Plains as a treeless desert. He led Americans to believe that the Great Plains were useless for farming.

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20 Jefferson’s Foreign Policy Only planned to deal with domestic issues However, that plan was doomed to fail Merchants involved in global trade Louisiana Purchase opened the country to westward expansion We also had little control over the actions of other countries

21 Impressment At first, we benefitted from foreign wars Got Louisiana Territory Trade increased French and British begin to threaten US ships by 1805 Did not want Americans to supply their enemies Also started impressing U.S. sailors Impressment: kidnapping of sailors to work on enemy ships Jefferson cut the size of the military by more than half to simplify government…..

22 Impressment, or kidnapping, of American sailors to work on British ships. Between , British impressed about 1000 American sailors

23 President Jefferson convinced Congress to declare an embargo (stop all foreign trade)  American ships could no longer sail into foreign ports  Closed American ports to British ships Embargo Act of 1807

24 Embargo! You can’t GO Into ports in Europe!

25 President Jefferson convinced Congress to declare an embargo (stop all foreign trade)  American ships could no longer sail into foreign ports  Closed American ports to British ships Embargo Act of 1807 Hurt the U.S. more that Britain Farmers lost markets for their goods Shippers lost business

26 Presidency of Thomas Jefferson Views on Government *Common man *less government *less taxes Marbury vs Madison 1803 JUDICIAL REVIEW: Supreme Court can declare a law unconstitutional. Louisiana Purchase 1803 Bought from Napoleon (France) $15 million Doubled the size of the US Effects of Lewis and Clark Expedition Accurate Maps Scientific info (animals/plants etc) Relationships with Native Americans Growth of fur trade Pike’s Expedition -Pike’s Peak - mistaken view of the Great Plains as a treeless desert Embargo Act of 1807 American ships could not sail into foreign ports

27 Name________________________________________ Pd_______ Date____________________ Presidency of Thomas Jefferson Marbury vs Madison 1803 JUDICIAL REVIEW: Louisiana Purchase 1803 Effects of Lewis and Clark Expedition Pike’s Expedition Embargo Act of 1807               Views on Government *


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