Chapter 9 The Era of Thomas Jefferson (1800 – 1815). Pages 310 – 331 Jefferson Takes Office The Louisiana Purchase A Time of Conflict The War of 1812. New Republican Policies. Jefferson fired tax collectors, and some diplomats and backed up his laissez faire ideas.
Pages 310 – 331
Jefferson Takes Office
The Louisiana Purchase
A Time of Conflict
The War of 1812
Federalist Polices Remain
The Sedition Act punished people who openly criticized the government. When Jefferson took office ,
Which of the following is an example of Judicial Review
The Nation Looks West
The Mississippi River was especially important to farmers because it
Thomas Jefferson was uneasy about purchasing the Louisiana Purchase because
From which foreign nation did the United States purchase the Louisiana Purchase from
Which of the following was not a result of the Lewis and Clark expedition
Read pages 322 – 331 and answer the following questions on a sheet of paper. Also answer the Check Your Progress questions 1- 5 on the same paper.
Defeating the Barbary States
New Leaders Take Charge
Which of the following became famous for winning the Battle of Tippecanoe
Our first 3 presidents did their best to avoid war with Britain and France. Our 4th president will not be so fortunate.
The Move Toward War
In the west both sides fought for control of the Great Lakes and both had allies with Native Americans.
Invasion of Canada
The British finally defeated Napoleon in 1814 and were able to send many more troops to America.
The British Attack Washington and Baltimore
In August of 1814 the British marched into our capital and burned down many government buildings and then headed to Baltimore.
Which of the following wrote a poem that became our National Anthem?
4 Point Question
Describe the two main causes for the War of 1812 and two important results after the Peace Treaty of Ghent was signed.
2 Point Question
To what extent were the Alien and Sedition Acts a violation of the democratic principals of the American Revolution?
1.What were nominating conventions and why were they better than having a caucus choose the presidential candidates?
2.In 1827 the Cherokee claimed status as a separate nation from the U.S. What did they do to believe they could do this?
3.Why could a person say that President Jackson’s Indian Removal Act of 1830 was unconstitutional?
4.What do I mean when I say, “Sequoyah was interested in the talking leaves?”
5.Why would the idea of nullification weaken the Federal or Central Government?
6.What caused Jackson to put federal troops on alert in South Carolina in December of 1832?