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Jeffersonianism and the Era of Good Feelings, 1801-1824. Chapter 8. A New President . March 4, 1801 “pomp and circumstance” Race mixing Accusations Educated small farmers. Jeffersonianism . Jefferson’s Revolution Dealing with Hamilton’s economic plan The Alien and Sedition Acts

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a new president
A New President
  • March 4, 1801
  • “pomp and circumstance”
  • Race mixing
  • Accusations
  • Educated small farmers
jeffersonianism
Jeffersonianism
  • Jefferson’s Revolution
  • Dealing with Hamilton’s economic plan
  • The Alien and Sedition Acts
  • Reducing Taxes and the national debt
fighting the judicial system
Fighting the Judicial System
  • The Judiciary Act of 1801
  • Federalist Judges
  • Marbury V Madison
  • John Marshall
  • Judicial Review
expansion
Expansion
  • Napoleon Bonaparte
  • The Louisiana Territory
  • James Monroe and Robert Livingston
  • Napoleon’s offer
  • The “backbone of the nation”
the election of 1804
The Election of 1804
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • Aaron Burr
  • George Clinton
  • Charles Pinckney
  • Reasons for Republican Victory
exploring new land
Exploring New Land
  • Lewis and Clark
  • The Louisiana Purchase
  • Results
a second term
A Second Term
  • The Napoleonic Wars
  • Aaron Burr
  • Quids
  • John Randolph
  • The Yazoo Land Scandal
economic woes
Economic woes
  • Seizing US ships
  • Impressment
  • HMS Leonard
  • USS Chesapeake
  • Jefferson’s Reaction
economic woes1
Economic Woes
  • The Embargo Act of 1807
  • Impact of the Embargo
  • James Madison
  • The Non Intercourse Act
  • War Hawks
foreign policy
Foreign policy
  • Canada
  • The role of Native Americans
  • Tecumseh and the Prophet
  • William Henry Harrison
  • Tippecanoe
the war of 1812
The War of 1812
  • Madison goes to War
  • June 1, 1812
  • Reasons for declaring war on Britain
the war of 18121
The War of 1812
  • Americans try to take Canada
  • Detroit
  • Oliver Perry
  • William Henry Harrison
  • The Battle of the Thames
the war of 18122
The War of 1812
  • The British Offensive
  • Burning Washington
  • Baltimore
  • The British break off the campaign
the war of 18123
The War of 1812
  • The Treaty of Ghent
  • December 1814
  • The Battle of New Orleans
  • Andrew Jackson
the era of good feelings
The Era of Good Feelings
  • The Hartford Convention
  • James Monroe
  • The Federalist Party
  • The Era of Good Feelings
the supreme court
The Supreme Court
  • John Marshall
  • Dartmouth College V Woodward
  • McCulloch V Maryland
  • Interpretations
slavery
Slavery
  • National Harmony
  • Missouri
  • Balancing the Senate
  • The Missouri Compromise (1819-1820)
  • Results of the compromise
monroe s foreign policy
Monroe’s Foreign Policy
  • Rush-Bagot Treaty
  • British American Convention
  • Florida
  • The Adams-Onis Treaty
  • The role of Andrew Jackson
monroe s foreign policy1
Monroe’s Foreign Policy
  • 1823
  • The Monroe Doctrine
  • European Affairs
  • The Western Hemisphere
  • “unfriendly acts”