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J EFFERSON /M ADISON V OCABULARY R EVIEW Quiz Tomorrow March 4th
T O FORMALLY EMPOWER A PERSON Commission
T O LEAVE OR WITHDRAW Secede
T HE IDEA THAT OUR COUNTRY SHOULD EXPAND ITS BORDERS ACROSS THE CONTINENT. Manifest Destiny
T AXES ON FOREIGN IMPORTED GOODS Custom Duties
A JOURNEY OR VOYAGE MADE FOR A CERTAIN PURPOSE Expedition
T O A DD TERRITORY Annex
T HE CRIME OF INCITING A REBELLION Sedition
F ORCING PEOPLE INTO MILITARY SERVICE Impressment
M ONEY PAID FOR PROTECTION Tribute
T O GIVE UP T ERRITORY Cede
W ARSHIP Frigate
A GENERAL NAME APPLIED TO A GROUP OF JUDGES APPOINTED DURING THE FINAL DAYS OF J OHN A DAM ’ S P RESIDENCY Midnight Judges
T HE LEGAL RIGHTS OF STATES UNDER THE CONSTITUTION States’ Rights
A RMED PRIVATE SHIP Privateer
A VEHICLE TOPPED WITH WHITE CANVAS USED BY PIONEERS TO MOVE WEST Conestoga Wagon
P OLICY THAT GOVERNMENT SHOULD INTERFERE AS LITTLE AS POSSIBLE IN THE NATION ’ S ECONOMY Laissez-faire
T HE RIGHT OF THE S UPREME C OURT TO DETERMINE IF A LAW VIOLATES THE C ONSTITUTION Judicial Review
T HE RIGHT TO SAIL THE SEAS AND NOT TAKE SIDES IN WAR Neutral Rights
T O INCREASE THE SIZE OF A COUNTRY Territorial Expansion
R EPUBLICANS DURING M ADISON ’ S PRESIDENCY WHO PRESSED FOR WAR WITH B RITAIN War Hawks
A N ORDER PROHIBITING TRADE WITH ANOTHER COUNTRY Embargo
I N VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OF THE C ONSTITUTION Unconstitutional
L OYALTY TO A NATION AND PROMOTION OF ITS INTEREST ABOVE ALL OTHERS Nationalism
Unit 7 Vocabulary Ms. Werdebaugh. Bond A note issued by the government, which promises to pay off a loan with interest.
Chapter 9 Review The Jefferson Era. 1. Election of 1800 – Federalist candidate – John Adams 2. Democratic Republican – Thomas Jefferson 3. The House of.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
Did the early Republicans “out- Federalize” the Federalists? Thomas Jefferson James Madison Answer the above question, taking into consideration the values.
Jump Start: Lewis and Clark’s Expedition- Please Read Below.
Jefferson’s presidency ( ). Washington, D.C Pierre L’Enfant, a French architect, designed the layout of the city Adams was the first to.
Westward Expansion Vocabulary. FRONTIER: a place that has never been seen. MANIFEST DESTINY: the belief that the US had the right and duty to control.
: Jeopardy: Jeopardy Review Game. $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 Federalist v. Demo-Rep Election 1800 Marbury.
T HE A GE OF J EFFERSON Chapter 2, Section 3. P URSUING R EPUBLICAN P RINCIPLES The election of 1800 was the first peaceful transfer of power in American.
ELECTION OF 1800 AND THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE Thomas Jefferson.
By: Juan Ramirez 6 th Period A Ambush- a surprise attack Arsenal- A storage place for weapons and ammunition Annex- to add a territory to one’s.
Problems with Foreign Powers Jefferson tries to avoid involvement in the problems of other nations BMR 15.
American History 5/2/03 A New Nation Federal Government Expansion to the West.
Sections 3-4. French & British War gave Americans opportunity to trade throughout the world.
The Age of Jefferson, The Election of 1800.
Jeopardy People & River Fighting and exploring Acts & Treaties Fancy History words An important court case Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q.
1 JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRACY (1800 – 1816). 2 2 ELECTION OF 1800 “Revolution of 1800” Adams v. Jefferson (again) Challenged by Aaron Burr (DR) Major Issues:
Abolitionists : a person who strongly favors doing away with slavery. Amendment : an addition to a formal document such as the constitution. Adams,
US History Note Page 12 Jeffersonian Era. ELECTION OF Jefferson and Aaron Burr tie for President (candidacy) -both are Democratic-Republicans -Tie.
Quiz 3 Review Early American Politics and Expansion.
Ambush- a surprise attack. Annex-to add a territory to one’s own territory. abstain- to not part in some activity such as voting.
Thomas Jefferson 3 rd President of the United States
Reading Quiz Chapter 3 sect 1 1.This more than doubled the size of the United States and cost the US $15 million. 2.Why was the election of 1800 controversy?
Bluff! A Game and Study Guide All In One!. Rules In turn, each team will be asked a question. Team members who know the answer will stand up. The other.
EXECUTIVE EXAMPLE -National Hero -set many precedents for future leaders -developed Cabinet -defined appointment powers -expanded foreign affairs powers.
Chapter 8 REPUBLICAN ASCENDANCY: The Jeffersonian Vision.
+ The Federal Court System. + Federal Jurisdiction.
The Judicial Branch NEXT. Section 1: Equal Justice Under the Law The rights of all U.S. citizens are protected by laws and the courts. Reading Focus In.
The War of 1812 The English try again…. Background info. war from fought on land & sea (Atlantic coast) tension still for NW territory & the.
My ABC Book Of U.S History!! Alicia Maye 4th period May 11th 2011.
The Coming of War Danger at sea USS Constitution – warship Great Britain and France go to war Impressment – Great Britain captured sailors from American.
The Election of 1800 A Tie! Burr 73 Jefferson 73 Hamilton swings vote in House to Jefferson 3rd President.
Jefferson’s Presidency Chapter 2, Section 3. Republican Revolution When Jefferson entered the White House, it was touted as a ‘republican revolution’
Hosted by Mr. Childs Civil War Medicine Civil War Generals Civil War Battles The Civil War
Bell Ringer Supreme Court Justice Scalia (Republican- who served for 29 years) just passed away this weekend. Prior to his passing, the Supreme Court had.
Bell RingerDate: February 4th, )Copy down and hand in any homework for this week… 2) Take out F5 - A Time of Conflict Read pages to get the.
Chapter 4 Section 3 Objective 1.03 – assess commercial & diplomatic relationships with other nations.
Agenda Foreign Policy Notes (8 Slides) Foreign Policy Articles Homework Study Executive Branch Materials for a Quiz Tomorrow WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 4,
Chapter 9 Review MR. GIRALDO 8 th Grade U.S. History Tequesta Trace Middle
Thomas Jefferson The Election of 1800 Adams and Pinckney – Legality of Alien and Sedition Acts – Establish a Permanent Army with Tax Money.
Early Republic. 8.1A: Identify the major eras and events in U.S. history through 1877, including early republic and describe their causes and effects.
Thursday, November 18th Agenda Bellwork- Questions- Yes you have your quiz tomorrow!!!!! Yes it includes T1 questions. Assignment # 10 Jeopardy Notes.
Age of Jefferson Change for the new country.. Election of 1800.
The Highs and Lows of Thomas Jefferson. Jeffersonian Revolution of 1800 ● Wins a close and very weird election ● Jefferson wins primarily because of.
Jefferson’s Inauguration Inauguration: placing somebody in an official position; a formal ceremony that marks the beginning of something new There.
Section 1:Jefferson as President Section 2:The Louisiana Purchase Section 3:The Coming of War Section 4:The War of 1812 CHAPTER 11 The Expanding Nation.
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Jefferson Administration. Reducing Government Jefferson wanted to Simplify the Presidency Walked to inauguration instead of riding in carriage Took off.
Washington and Jefferson NOTES! Take out your notebooks or binders!
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