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Chapter 8.   March 4, 1801  “pomp and circumstance”  Race mixing  Accusations  Educated small farmers A New President.

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1 Chapter 8

2   March 4, 1801  “pomp and circumstance”  Race mixing  Accusations  Educated small farmers A New President

3   Jefferson’s Revolution  Dealing with Hamilton’s economic plan  The Alien and Sedition Acts  Reducing Taxes and the national debt Jeffersonianism

4   The Judiciary Act of 1801  Federalist Judges  Marbury V Madison  John Marshall  Judicial Review Fighting the Judicial System

5   Napoleon Bonaparte  The Louisiana Territory  James Monroe and Robert Livingston  Napoleon’s offer  The “backbone of the nation” Expansion

6   Thomas Jefferson  Aaron Burr  George Clinton  Charles Pinckney  Reasons for Republican Victory The Election of 1804

7   Lewis and Clark  The Louisiana Purchase  Results Exploring New Land

8   The Napoleonic Wars  Aaron Burr  Quids  John Randolph  The Yazoo Land Scandal A Second Term

9   Seizing US ships  Impressment  HMS Leonard  USS Chesapeake  Jefferson’s Reaction Economic woes

10   The Embargo Act of 1807  Impact of the Embargo  James Madison  The Non Intercourse Act  War Hawks Economic Woes

11   Canada  The role of Native Americans  Tecumseh and the Prophet  William Henry Harrison  Tippecanoe Foreign policy

12   Madison goes to War  June 1, 1812  Reasons for declaring war on Britain The War of 1812

13   Americans try to take Canada  Detroit  Oliver Perry  William Henry Harrison  The Battle of the Thames The War of 1812

14   The British Offensive  Burning Washington  Baltimore  The British break off the campaign The War of 1812

15   The Treaty of Ghent  December 1814  The Battle of New Orleans  Andrew Jackson The War of 1812

16   The Hartford Convention  James Monroe  The Federalist Party  The Era of Good Feelings The Era of Good Feelings

17   John Marshall  Dartmouth College V Woodward  McCulloch V Maryland  Interpretations The Supreme Court

18   National Harmony  Missouri  Balancing the Senate  The Missouri Compromise ( )  Results of the compromise Slavery

19   Rush-Bagot Treaty  British American Convention  Florida  The Adams-Onis Treaty  The role of Andrew Jackson Monroe’s Foreign Policy

20   1823  The Monroe Doctrine  European Affairs  The Western Hemisphere  “unfriendly acts” Monroe’s Foreign Policy


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