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Chapter 9:The Jefferson Era, 1800-1816

8th Grade US History-- The American Republic To 1877-- Unit 4:The New Republic, 1789-1825(pg.254)-- Chapter 9:The Jefferson Era, 1800-1816(pg.276)
1.Thomas Jefferson
2.Aaron Burr
Ran with Jefferson
3.Alexander Hamilton
Convinced one fed. in House of reps. not to vote for Burr
4.John Marshall
Adam's Secretary of state
5.James Madison
Jefferson's secretary of state
6.Napoleon Bonaparte
France's new leader
lived in Santa Domingo
8.Meriwether Louis
28 yrs old
9.William Clarke
Joined Louis
Shoshone woman
11.Zebulon Pike
led 2 expoditions throught the west
12.Stephen Decatur
25yrs old navy captain
an Indian that wanted to build a confederacy with all N.A. nations
15.General William Henry Harrison
he attacked Indians in the Battle of Tippecanoe
16.Henry Clay
leader of war hawks from Kentucky
17.John Calhoun
leader of War Hawks
18.General William Hull
Led the Americans in Detroit (Canada) and Surrendered
19.Olver Hazard Perry
Commander of Lake Erie naval forces
20.Francus Scott Key
Wrote National Anthem
21. Thomas Jefferson
______ _________ was the United States' 3rd President.
1)1743, 2) Albermarle County, Virginia
22.Jefferson's Year____ and Place Born __________ ______, ________.
23.Jefferson's Year ____ and Place of Death __________, ________.
1)1826, 2) Monticello, Virginia
24.Jefferson Attended the University of _______ and ____.
William and Mary
25.Jefferson Drafted what famous document? ___________ of ____________.
Declaration of Independence
Strong Government for the States
26.What type of government did Jefferson want?
27.John Adams
Which president did Thomas Jefferson go up against in the election of 1800?
8 Years
28.How many years did Thomas Jefferson serve in his Presidency Office?
29.Did Thomas Jefferson run for a 3rd term in office? yes or no
31.What other place in office did Thomas Jefferson serve as before becoming president, vice president, and secretary?
The Governor of Virginia
32.What was Jefferson's first job after college?
A lawyer
33.North African Muslim rulers solved budget problems through piracy and tributes in Mediterranean, obtained fees from most European powers. Who is this group?
Barbary Pirates
34.Judges appointed to Supreme Court by Adams in the last days of his presidency to force them upon Jefferson, Marshall among those appointed. What is this called?
Midnight judges
35.John Marshall declared that the Supreme Court could declare federal laws unconstitutional. Which case was this?
Marbury v. Madison
36Two individuals sent by Jefferson to explore the Louisiana Territory on "Voyage of Discovery"
Lewis and Clark expedition
On 1 March 1809, it replaced the Embargo Act, allowing transatlantic trade to resume. The act, which went into effect on 20 May, suspended trade with only France and England until one of them would "revoke or modify her edicts, as that they shall cease to violate the neutral commerce of the United States." The act prohibited their ships from entering American ports and decreed it illegal for citizens of the United States to have "any intercourse with, or to afford any aid or supplies" to any French or English ships. The act also authorized naval officers and customs officials to seize merchandise from ships in violation of the law. It, like the Embargo Act, failed.
Non-Intercourse Act
39.Legislation by the U.S. Congress in December 1807 that closed U.S. ports to all exports and restricted imports from Britain. The act was Pres. Thomas Jefferson's response to British and French interference with neutral U.S. merchant ships during the Napoleonic Wars. It had little effect in Europe, but it imposed an unpopular restriction on New England merchants and exporters. What is this Act called?
Embargo Act (1807)
40.Eager for war with Britain (War of 1812). Who are we?____and________. What were we called?___ ____.
War hawks Clay and Calhoun
42.Opposed Polk's high-handedness, avid Southern slave-owner (right to own property, slaves as property). Who was this?
John C. Calhoun
44.decisive victory in the War of 1812 by Harrison over Tecumseh, used in Harrison's campaign for presidency. Name the battle.
Battle of Tippecanoe