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1 Warm-up Have your chapter 8 notes out and your primary documents

2 Chapter 8 The Jeffersonian and Madison Presidency

3 Election of 1800 The following candidates run Adams Jefferson Pinckney Aaron Burr

4 Hamilton V. Adams As Adams began his reelection Hamilton targets him. Hamilton published a number of pamphlets questioning the morals of Adams. Hamilton attempted to rig the election again for Pinckney.

5 Jefferson v. Burr Burr and Jefferson both tied in the election. The House of representatives must decide the President. The President would have to get 9 of the 13 states Jefferson received 8 states Burr received 5. It was believed Burr would concede. He did not. Eventually Jefferson was elected.

6 Twelfth Amendment Presidential elections will have separate votes for President and Vice President.

7 U.S. Expansion The U.S. grew by two million in ten years. Mostly based on natural reproduction. Twenty percent of the population in the South were slaves. The areas of the country begin to take on their own regional identity. The Mississippi river was still critical to transportation

8 Native American Response Tecumseh, and Prophet classified themselves as Indians for the first time. The pushed Native Americans to avoid contact with whites. They were hoping for a cultural revolution, but eventually this would fall to expansion. Including the battle at Horseshoe bend where natives were forced out of Missippi by Andrew Jackson.

9 Jefferson and Native Americans Jefferson wanted to try mend cultural bonds with Native Americans. He had hoped to set up reservations to Protective Natives during the expansion. In time though ti was clear that other delegates would not support this idea.

10 The Jeffersonian Cabinet Jefferson decided that the only way to have a successful Presidency he would have to select those loyal to him. As Jefferson Republicans flooded the cabinet other members like John Jay chose to leave. Jefferson entered office taking note of America’s growing financial issues.

11 The Jefferson plan Jefferson thought it his views on government were the best way to handle the growing debt. This clear interest was reducing the size of governemnt.

12 Making cuts To deal with coming cost Jefferson decided to cut the Federal Budget. The first step was to reduce the size the Navy The next step was to the remove the size of the military, taking it from full standing and scaling it down.

13 The period before the Purchase Before the Louisiana purchase there was much concern over the southern territory. The Spanish seceded the rights to much of their southern territories to the French. With this in mind Jefferson sent representatives to try and diplomatically deal with the French. He would send future diplomat James Monroe, and Robert Livingston.

14 The Louisiana Purchase Monroe expected for relations to go poorly, but was surprised by how eager the French were to sell the land. The French in reality had growing financial issues under the Napoleon reign. In the end America would buy the territory, for 15 millions dollars Jefferson was able to double the size of the country.

15 Resentment over the purchase Before Jefferson committed to buying the land from the French he had quite a bit of apprehension. He felt the action would define him as a President that would use the sweeping power of the central government to achieve his goals. Some felt the same, but it seemed after the purchase that there only a few who dissented towards the decision.

16 Louis and Clark Expedition The expedition was commissioned by President Thomas Jefferson shortly after the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, consisting of a select group of U.S. Army volunteers under the command of Captain Meriwether Lewis and his close friend Second Lieutenant William Clark. The journey lasted from May 1804 to September The primary goal was to explore and map the newly acquired territory, find a practical route across the Western half of the continent, and establish an American presence in this territory before Britain and other European powers tried to claim it. The campaign's secondary objectives were scientific and economic: to study the area's plants, animal life, and geography, and establish trade with local Indian tribes. With maps, sketches and journals in hand, the expedition returned to St. Louis to report their findings to Jefferson

17 Barbary War Another issue facing the new Jefferson Presidency was the threat of pirates More specifically the Barbary pirates that were stationed in Tripoli. The band had terrorized much of the United states and European trade.

18 Barbary war continued Eventually the band of pirates seized American ships taking their crew hostage. The band expected payment from the United States. Jefferson was unwilling to do so.

19 Barbary war continued Jefferson used the military force of marines to retake the hostages. Though attack by sea was a success the marines were not prepared for the natural environment of Africa. This was the first successful outing for the America military. Many Americans would hail this success as an action that America took that other European empires had never dreamed of.

20 Beginning of Marbury V. Madison As Adams left he passed the Judiciary act of 1801 It created 12 new circuit courts along with judges to fill them. Adams filled the judgeships with Federalist. (Midnight appointees) The new President Jefferson and Republicans railed against these judges. Stating they were unnecessary due to the lacking amount of cases they would hear.

21 The court case of Marbury V. Madison Marbury was one of the federalist appointed judges. Then secretary of state James Madison refused to give Marbury the papers that would give him authority of a judge. (Madison believed him to be corrupt. Marbury requested that the case be heard by the supreme court.

22 Marbury v. Madison The decision The new chief justice Marshall would preside over the case. His ruling stated that the court didn not have jurisdiction some these matters. But the argument used Marbury to file the case could be linked to the unconstitutionality of the Judiciary act This meant that the judiciary act was unconstitutional

23 Legacy The key point of the case is that it developed the idea the supreme court had the power of Judicial review Judicial review stated that the supreme court had the power to review laws passed by government and decided if they were constitutional.

24 Burr controversy Burr had always been a controversial figure. It was believed that he had planned to steal the election of That controversy only continued. Burr was allowed to very little as Vice President Not a good fit for an ambitious man. Burr decided to run governor of New York

25 Burr vs. Hamilton It was believed that Hamilton had entered into negotiations with high up federalists, the plan was to have New York and New Jersey Succeed from the U.S. Hamilton published a series of scathing pamphlets stating that Burr was “ A dangerous man who cannot be trusted”

26 Burr vs Hamilton Burr in return challenged Hamilton to a duel. Hamilton though believing it to be silly did not want his on besmirched. Hamilton met Burr in July 10, 1804 and was killed. Burr was no longer allowed to step foot in New York and New Jersey.

27 Burr attempt at taking the west After the murder of Hamilton Burr was still unsatisfied with his place in the country. Eventually he entered conspiracy with General Wilkinson of the military. The idea was to have a military coup in Louisiana. This was based on the idea the citizens Louisiana were culturally different then the rest of the U.S.

28 The trial of Burr As the day approached a military unit was assembled to bring to action the attempted scheme. Wilkinson lost his nerve though eventually reporting Burr. Burr stood trial before John Marshall. Marshall believed there was not enough evidence to convict Burr.

29 Regulating the Slave Trdae As Jefferson moved forward from the Burr debacle demanded that the political groups in the country developed a way to end the slave trade in America. The northerners favored a strong bill that would even make smuggling slaves into the country a capital offense. Their issue was what to do with slaves that had been confiscated by customs agents

30 The final bill The final law stated that the slave trade would end, and all smuggled slaves would integrated into the state customs that they were brought into.

31 A break in peace By 1803 the peace between France and Britain was broken as the two fought for superiority on land and sea. During this time traders became wealthy trading with any port that would trade with them.

32 Orders of Council In time Britain created the orders of council which threatened seizure of ships and banned neutral trade. The French followed suite creating similar terms. Jefferson was offended feeling that both sides violated natural rights of a country The embarassment continued as the French the Leopard fired on the Chesapeake.

33 Beginning of the Embargo Act Jefferson decided to keep all American ships at home to stop and seizures, as well as deprive the other countries of good, especially food. Eventually Jefferson developed the idea of creating embargo, basically halting trade with Britain and France, this would hopefully bring both countries back into peaceful trade with the U.S.

34 Embargo Act The Embargo act was passed in 1807, again it was black on trade with the British and The French. Jefferson thought the people would support the act. Reality people took their own chances and decided to smuggle goods any way. The government had to pass enforcement acts to try and keep people from smuggling. Eventually enforcing the Embargo act almost turned the government into a police state on the coast. The act hardly damaged the British economy. The act was repealed right before the election for Madison

35 James Madison James Madison was a very intelligent man,but had a modest personality. Madison quickly passed the intercourse act. The U.S. opened trade but placed a ban on trade with the British and French. The British diplomat Erskine negotiated sensitive issues with America. America announced a reopening of trade with Britain though Erskine did not receive approval from the crown.

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37 Note check What is the purpose behind the Monroe doctrine be specific. What is the ruling of Mcculloh v.s. Maryland. Why were the republican party virtual unopposed in the era of good feelings? What had happened to the Federalist party, be specific. What products are being in America during early industrial America? What important technology connected the country? Explain in specifics why the Monroe presidency was known as the Era of good feelings?

38 Warm-up You have the next ten minutes to study for your test.


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