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Thomas Jefferson (Marbury vs. Madison Louisiana Purchase. Thomas Jefferson. 3 rd president of the united states 1801-1809 Was the vice president of the United States Born on April 13, 1743 Shadwell plantation, Goochland County, Virginia His nickname was “Man of People”. Thomas Jefferson.

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thomas jefferson
Thomas Jefferson
  • 3rd president of the united states 1801-1809
  • Was the vice president of the United States
  • Born on April 13, 1743 Shadwell plantation, Goochland County, Virginia
  • His nickname was “Man of People”
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Thomas Jefferson
  • Got married on January 1st , 1772 to Martha Skelton
  • Had six children one boy five girls
  • Author of the Declaration of In Dependence
  • Author of Virginia Statute for Religions freedom
  • Father of university of Virginia
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Thomas Jefferson
  • Believed in God and the moral teachings of Jesus Christ and the Bible
  • At age 16 he entered College of William and Mary in Williamsburg
  • Studied mathematics, philosophy, and metaphysics
  • First occupation was a lawyer, involved with hundreds of cases between 1768 and 1773
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Thomas Jefferson
  • Studied law with George Wythe, a later signer of the Declaration of Independence
  • Attended a local school that was run by a Scottish minister named William Douglas
  • Studied Greek, Latin, and French
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Thomas Jefferson
  • Died on July 4th, 1826 at age of 83
  • Died of natural causes
  • Died the same day as John Adams
marbury vs madison
Marbury vs. Madison
  • Several federalist appointees did not receive there commission
  • Deadline March 3, 1801
  • Jefferson ordered secretary of state James Madison to with hold the commissions
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Marbury vs. Madison
  • Marbury one of the appointees effected by this decision
  • Marbury Sued Madison in the Supreme court
  • He demanded the supreme court to give his commission
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Marbury vs. Madison
  • The court stated Marbury had a right to his commission
  • Congress could not give the supreme court the power to give Marbury his commission
  • Only the constitution could
  • Marbury never got his commission
the louisiana purchase
The Louisiana Purchase
  • Largest single purchase in the U.S history
  • Included Montana, North and South Dakota, Minnesota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana
  • Tiny bit of Texas and New Mexico
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The Louisiana Purchase
  • Jefferson signed a treaty with Napoleon Bonaparte that ceded a giant amount of land to the United States
  • Doubled the size of America
  • Giving the country access to a very important trade route of Mississippi and the port of new Orleans