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Draw a time line of the years we are talking about. 1803-1821. CIRCLE THE PROBLEMS THAT WERE FACED IN THE EARLY REPUBLIC ERA:. Expanding National Power. Maintaining national security. Louisiana Purchase. Getting a stable economy. Conducting War with Spain. Defining Authority .

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Draw a time line of the years we are talking about

Draw a time line of the yearswe are talking about.

1803-1821


Circle the problems that were faced in the early republic era

CIRCLE THE PROBLEMS THAT WERE FACED IN THE EARLY REPUBLIC ERA:

Expanding National Power

Maintaining national security

Louisiana Purchase

Getting a stable economy

Conducting War with Spain

Defining Authority

Closing the National bank

War of 1812


1803 ERA:

Jefferson

Purchased it from

Napolean-France

On your map draw:-The Louisiana Purchase (include the year and who purchased it from who) How did it change the US?


On your map draw the monroe doctrine include a short explanation

The US ERA:

Would not tolerate European

Intervention in Latin America

On your map draw:- The Monroe Doctrine (include a short explanation)


Federalist democratic republicans

Put these in the correct Political Party ERA:

FEDERALIST / DEMOCRATIC-REPUBLICANS

Interpreted the constitution loosely

farmers

Thomas Jefferson

Strong federal government

John Adams

Alexander Hamilton

expansion of states rights


During the early republic why were protective tariffs a good thing

Businesses in ERA:

the Northern

States thought

It would help them compete

With the European imports.

During the Early Republic, why were protective tariffs a good thing?


Name that president issued the adams onis treaty that would make a part of the u s

James Monroe ERA:

Adams-Onis Treaty-made Florida a part of the US

Name that President:________________Issued the Adams-Onis Treatythat would make _________ a part of the U.S.


Name that president passed the judiciary act this created the court system

The US ERA:

Would not tolerate European

Intervention in Latin America

Name that President:_________________________Passed the Judiciary Act. This created the _________Court System.


JOHN ADAMS ERA:

ALIEN & SEDITION ACTS

Name that President:________________________Passed a legislative law that restricted citizens from criticizing the government called the ________ & Sedition Acts.


The impressment of american s oldiers into british navy caused the

The War of 1812 ERA:

The Impressment of American soldiers into British navy caused the _____________.


Why were political parties formed in the first place

The disagreement over the role and strength of the nation. ERA:

Why were political parties formed in the first place?


What did the war of 1812 tell countries about the us

It showed the other countries that the we were a powerful nation.

What did the War of 1812 tell countries about the US?


What was washington s foreign policy

STAY nationNUETRAL WITH FOREIGN COUNTRIES

What was Washington’s foreign policy?


What was james monroe s foreign policy

THE US should NOT nation

Let other countries interfere with

Western affairs

What was James Monroe’s foreign policy?


Name that president first vice president second president

JOHN ADAMS nation

Name that President:_______________First vice-presidentSecond President


As a president you have to do what the country wants you to do instead of

Instead of Doing what nation

You personally

Believe in…

As a president, you have to do what the country wants you to do instead of……_______________________________________


How did the embargo act of 1807 impact trade

BOTH IMPORTS AND EXPORTS FELL…AND SO DID THE ECONOMY nation

How did the Embargo Act of 1807 impact trade?


FOREIGN POLICY : nation

DO NOT MAKE PERMANENT ALLIANCES

WHAT DOES THIS QUOTE BY GEORGE WASHINGTON MEAN? “But if we were to be told by a foreign power what we shall do, or not do, we have Independence yet to seek…”


False? nation

TRUE

Or

Although Washington had slaves, he wanted to see a gradual abolition of slavery…and supported immigration from other countries


WHY DO YOU THINK DOLLY MADISON SAVED THIS PICTURE OF GEORGE WASHINTON ON THE DAY OF THE BURNING OF THE WHITE HOUSE?


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