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Arts and Humanities
History of the Americas
Early Republic Notes
Terms in this set (43)
¨Federal court system was established¨ was which president's accomplishment?
¨Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution of America¨ was which preseident's accomplishment?
¨Plans were created for development of the national capital in Washington, D.C.¨ was which president's accomplishment?
Which president created a Cabinet?
Which president was considered one of America's greatest presidents?
Helped complete a design for Washington, D.C.
African american astronomer and surveyor
¨A two-party system emerged during his administration - Federalists vs. Democratic Republicans¨ was which president's accomplishments?
Which president had issues with France on the high seas?
Which president had to do with the ¨Alien and Sedition Acts¨?
One of the most intelligent presidents
Made powerless because of unpopularity
Very popular American president
Bought Louisiana from France (Louisiana Purchase)
Meriwether Lewis and William Clark explored the Mississippi River with the help of Native Americans (including Sacagawea). This was which presidents' accomplishment?
Which president was very popular according to the notes?
¨The War of 1812 caused European nations to gain respect for the United States.¨ Which presidents accomplishment was this?
The burning of Washington, D.C. has to do with which president?
¨Battle of New Orleans-Andrew Jackson is hero and the United States feels victorious¨ has to do with which president?
¨The Star Spangled Banner¨ is written during which presidents term?
Who introduced the Monroe Doctrine warning European nations not to interfere in the Western Hemisphere?
The Industrial Revolution was picking up in the United States during which presidents term?
Jefferson bought land from France which nearly doubled the size of the United States. What was this PURCHASE called?
Who needed money to fight the war in Europe?
Napoleon attempted to extend what into all of Europe?
Mississippi River, Pacific Ocean
Lewis and Clark explored the Louisiana Purchase from _________ to _________. (answer, answer)
Was finding a Northwest passage a failure or success?
How did Spain give the U.S. Florida?
Americans and runaway slaves
Who already lived in Florida?
What was the largest group of Native Americans that had to contend with in Florida?
Americans wanted which state to be an American territory?
Americans run a rebellion against who? (includes the battle at Alamo)
Who becomes an independent republic by winning the Battle at Alamo?
The Oregon Territory was divided between the states and who?
Pioneers traveled for rich land on what trail in Oregon?
When did the Mexican-American War start and end? (date-date)
California was a result of what?
The War resulted in California and what becoming part of the US?
Where was population growing?
Great Plains, California, and Oregon
Where was cheap, fertile land being bought?
farming, freedom, gold, logging
4 reasons for economic opportunity (ABC order)
The Erie Canal connected Lake Erie to what river?
Warned European nations not to interfere in the Western Hemisphere.
What did the Monroe Doctrine do?
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