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March 4, 1801 “pomp and circumstance” Race mixing Accusations Educated small farmers A New President
Jefferson’s Revolution Dealing with Hamilton’s economic plan The Alien and Sedition Acts Reducing Taxes and the national debt Jeffersonianism
The Judiciary Act of 1801 Federalist Judges Marbury V Madison John Marshall Judicial Review Fighting the Judicial System
Napoleon Bonaparte The Louisiana Territory James Monroe and Robert Livingston Napoleon’s offer The “backbone of the nation” Expansion
Thomas Jefferson Aaron Burr George Clinton Charles Pinckney Reasons for Republican Victory The Election of 1804
Lewis and Clark The Louisiana Purchase Results Exploring New Land
The Napoleonic Wars Aaron Burr Quids John Randolph The Yazoo Land Scandal A Second Term
Seizing US ships Impressment HMS Leonard USS Chesapeake Jefferson’s Reaction Economic woes
The Embargo Act of 1807 Impact of the Embargo James Madison The Non Intercourse Act War Hawks Economic Woes
Canada The role of Native Americans Tecumseh and the Prophet William Henry Harrison Tippecanoe Foreign policy
Madison goes to War June 1, 1812 Reasons for declaring war on Britain The War of 1812
Americans try to take Canada Detroit Oliver Perry William Henry Harrison The Battle of the Thames The War of 1812
The British Offensive Burning Washington Baltimore The British break off the campaign The War of 1812
The Treaty of Ghent December 1814 The Battle of New Orleans Andrew Jackson The War of 1812
The Hartford Convention James Monroe The Federalist Party The Era of Good Feelings The Era of Good Feelings
John Marshall Dartmouth College V Woodward McCulloch V Maryland Interpretations The Supreme Court
National Harmony Missouri Balancing the Senate The Missouri Compromise (1819-1820) Results of the compromise Slavery
Rush-Bagot Treaty British American Convention Florida The Adams-Onis Treaty The role of Andrew Jackson Monroe’s Foreign Policy
1823 The Monroe Doctrine European Affairs The Western Hemisphere “unfriendly acts” Monroe’s Foreign Policy
The Age of Jefferson, The Capitol Building c.1800.
Analyze the ways in which the United States sought to advance its interests in world affairs between 1789 and 1823.
Jeffersonianism and the Era of Good Feelings
US History Note Page 12 Jeffersonian Era. ELECTION OF Jefferson and Aaron Burr tie for President (candidacy) -both are Democratic-Republicans -Tie.
US History GPS Review Unit Four The Early Republic by Glenn Lewis, 2010 Part Two.
America at War and Peace,
1792 Election Results (16 states in the Union) George WashingtonVirginiaFederalist % John AdamsMassachusetts Federalist % George ClintonNew.
The Jeffersonian Republic Chapter 9. 1790s Second Great Awakening begins Significant Events 1801 Jefferson inaugurated in Washington Chapter 9 1803.
Chapter 12. Embargo Jefferson’s embargo failed – Economic disaster – OR DID IT…. Non Intercourse- Same thing Macon’s Bill- Tricked by Napoleon.
Jefferson and Era of Good Feelings Chapter 8. Jefferson’s Inauguration “he looked like a plain citizen without any distinctive badge of office“ - Reporter.
Jeffersonian Era Review. 1.The election of which President in 1800 demonstrated that even under the development of political parties, the Unites States.
CHAPTER 7 The Jefferson Era
The First Five Presidents Notes US 1.7c. George Washington serve d two terms As President First President under US Constitution Established.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt The Election Of 1800 Lewis and Clark.
Round 1 Ultimate QuestionWashingtonJeffersonMadison.
Washington sets another precedent Washington’s Warnings Unresolved issues Conflicting political ideals Legal opposition Sectionalism Foreign policy.
Chapter 12: The Second War for Independence and the Upsurge of Nationalism
Building the New Nation Mr. Johnson U.S. History.
James Madison 4 th President of the United States.
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