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The Jefferson/Jackson Era. 1800-1840. V. War of 1812-"Mr. Madison\'s War". A. Causes 1. Freedom of the Seas & Impressment-Britain and France were at war. American trading ships and sailors were caught in the middle.

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V. War of 1812-"Mr. Madison\'s War"

A. Causes

1. Freedom of the Seas & Impressment-Britain and France were at war. American trading ships and sailors were caught in the middle.

2. Embargo Act, 1807-Jefferson cut off trade with both sides. Very unpopular.

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V. War of 1812-"Mr. Madison\'s War"

B. James Madison becomes President-1808

-Trouble with the Indians- Tecumsah organized Indians to defend their lands. This, along with the ongoing trading problems led to a large group of war supporters called War Hawks.

-Madison declares war on the British.

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V. War of 1812-"Mr. Madison\'s War"

C. Actions-Americans invaded Canada, the British attacked and burned Washington, D.C.

Andrew Jackson became a war hero at the Battle of New Orleans and defeated large numbers of Indians in the South, leading to expansion.

D. Results-Treaty of Ghent-simple cease fire.

Side result:-Adams-Onis Treaty-1819-

Spain gives Florida to the U.S.

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VI. James Monroe 1816-1824“The Era of Good Feelings"

*After the War of 1812, Americans finally became more nationalist.

A. Postwar changes:

1. The American System-All parts of the nation working together. Henry Clay proposes this:

Protective tariffs, transportation improvements, and National Bank.

2. Supreme Court decisions give court more power.

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VI. James Monroe 1816-1824“The Era of Good Feelings"

B. Monroe Doctrine-1823

James Monroe established 2 foreign policy ideals in this speech:

1. Non-intervention-U.S. would not interfere in European affairs if European powers did not interfere in the Western Hemisphere.

2. Non-colonization-Western Hemisphere was closed to any further colonization from European nations.

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VII. New Party System-John Quincy Adams

-Federalists had died out

because of their lack of

support for the War of 1812.

They seemed disloyal.

-No political candidates wanted to be associated with the name Federalist.

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VII. New Party System-John Quincy Adams

A. **Election of 1824**

Candidates: John Quincy Adams

William Crawford

Andrew Jackson

Henry Clay

All Republicans!

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VII. New Party System-John Quincy Adams

Results: Jackson won more electoral votes but no one won a majority. Clay gave his support to Adams, causing him to win. Clay then became his Secretary of State.

Jackson called this a "corrupt bargain"

and vowed revenge.

-Adams presidency was unpopular because he tried to expand the government\'s powers.

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VIII. Andrew Jackson\'s Presidency

A. Election of 1828

-Jackson wins easily after forming

the new Democratic Party.

- Jackson identified with the poor, western farmers, and frontiersmen.

-Jackson fired people in the government that opposed him & replaced them with supporters.

(spoils system)

-He used his new power to veto and get revenge on his enemies.

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VIII. Andrew Jackson\'s Presidency

B. Indian Removal Act of 1830

-Jackson passed this law moving all Indians west of the Mississippi River.

-Many Indians resisted and were removed by force.

-"Trail of Tears"-Cherokee moved from Georgia to Oklahoma, losing 25% of their population

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VIII. Andrew Jackson\'s Presidency

C. Nullification & the National Bank-"The Monster"-

Jackson believed in the supremacy of the federal government

1. South Carolina threatened to secede from the Union over unfair tariffs that favored northern

merchants but hurt southern planters

2. Jackson threatened South Carolina with force.

3. Jackson disliked the national bank because it represented eastern wealth and aristocracy.

He said it made"the rich richer & the poor poorer."

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VIII. Andrew Jackson\'s Presidency

4. After the 1832 election, Jackson

let the Bank\'s charter expire and

the deposits were transferred to

state banks.

5. Results of the Bank War:

-New York became the financial

center for the country.

-Whig Party was formed to oppose "King Andrew"

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VI. Jackson\'s Successors

A. Martin Van Buren-1836

After his election, depression set in.

The Panic of 1837 was a result of

Jackson\'s economic policies.

This probably cost him re-election

B. Election of 1840

-Whigs nominated ex-General

William Henry Harrison (Pres) and John Tyler(VP)

-Harrison won but died one month after taking office.

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VI. Jackson\'s Successors

C. John Tyler-

He vetoed many Whig attempts at legislation, including a new National Bank. This caused division in the party.

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The Jefferson/Jackson Era

1800-1840

*The Jefferson/Jackson era resulted in a more politically active and aware population. Political parties became essential to the political system.*

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