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The Jeffersonian Republic Chapter 9.  1790s Second Great Awakening begins Significant Events  1801 Jefferson inaugurated in Washington Chapter 9  1803.

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1 The Jeffersonian Republic Chapter 9

2  1790s Second Great Awakening begins Significant Events  1801 Jefferson inaugurated in Washington Chapter 9  1803 Marbury v. Madison; Louisiana Purchase  Lewis and Clark expedition  1807 Chesapeake Affair; Embargo Act passed  1808 Madison elected president  1811 Battle of Tippecanoe  1812 War declared against Great Britain  1814 Washington burned; Hartford Convention  1816 Monroe elected president  1823 Monroe Doctrine proclaimed

3 The Revolution of 1800 Chapter 9 “[The Election of 1800] was as real a revolution in the principles of our government as that of 1776 was in form.” -Thomas Jefferson

4 Jefferson in Power  The New Capital City Chapter 9

5 Jefferson in Power  Jefferson’s Character and Philosophy  Agrarian values  Jefferson’s radicalism exaggerated Chapter 9

6 Jefferson in Power  Republican Principles  Limited Government Chapter 9

7 Jefferson in Power  Jefferson’s Economic Policies  Failure to abolish Hamilton’s programs Chapter 9

8 Jefferson in Power  John Marshall and Judicial Review  Marbury v. Madison  Judicial review Chapter 9

9 Jefferson in Power  The Jeffersonian attack on the Judiciary  Chase’s impeachment Chapter 9

10 Jefferson and Western Expansion  The Louisiana Purchase  Sale of Louisiana  Jefferson’s pragmatism Chapter 9

11 Jefferson and Western Expansion Chapter 9

12 Jefferson and Western Expansion  Lewis and Clark  Exploration of the West Chapter 9 Map of Lewis and Clark’s expedition Library of Congress

13 Whites and Indians on the Frontier  The Course of White Settlement  Maturing society Chapter 9

14 Whites and Indians on the Frontier  A Changing Environment  Effects of deforestation Chapter 9

15 Whites and Indians on the Frontier  The Second Great Awakening  Cane Ridge  African Americans and revivals  Attraction of revivals Chapter 9

16 Daily Lives Public Space/ Private Space The Frontier Camp Meeting Chapter 9 Religious Camp Meeting Library of Congress

17 Whites and Indians on the Frontier  Pressure on Indian Lands and Culture  Destruction of Indian cultures Chapter 9

18 Whites and Indians on the Frontier  The Prophet, Tecumseh, and the Pan-Indian Movement  Prophet’s message  Tecumseh’s movement  Tecumseh’s failure in the South Chapter 9

19 Whites and Indians on the Frontier  The Prophet, Tecumseh, and the Pan-Indian Movement Chapter 9

20 Whites and Indians on the Frontier  The Prophet, Tecumseh, and the Pan-Indian Movement Chapter 9

21 Tecumseh versus the Prophet Chapter 9 counter point counter

22 The Second War for American Independence  Neutral Rights  Impressment  American ships seized  Orders in Council Chapter 9

23 The Second War for American Independence  The Embargo Chapter 9

24 The Second War for American Independence  Madison and the Young Republicans  Madison’s character  War Hawks Chapter 9

25 The Second War for American Independence  The Decision for War  Declaration of war Chapter 9

26 The Second War for American Independence  National Unpreparedness  Military weakness  Strategic blunders Chapter 9

27 The Second War for American Independence  “A Chance Such as Will Never Occur Again”  Defeat of the Creeks  Tecumseh’s death Chapter 9

28 The Second War for American Independence  The British Invasion Chapter 9

29 The Second War for American Independence  The British Invasion  Burning of Washington  Jackson’s victory at New Orleans Chapter 9

30 The Second War for American Independence  The Hartford Convention  “Mr. Madison’s War”  Treaty of Ghent Chapter 9

31 America Turns Inward  Monroe’s Presidency  The Era of Good Feelings  Transcontinental Treaty Chapter 9

32 America Turns Inward  The Monroe Doctrine  Improved relations with Britain  Monroe Doctrine Chapter 9

33 America Turns Inward  The End of an Era  End of foreign threat  End of the Revolution Chapter 9


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