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Chapter 7

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in regards to education early nineteenth century republicans favored
a nationwide system of free public schools for all male citizens
in the early nineteenth century school education was largely the responsibility of
private institutions
the writer judith sargent murray argued that women
all these answers are correct
thomas jefferson believed american indians were primitive people
who might become civilized through exposure to white culture
around 1800 higher education in the united states
saw the number of colleges and universities grow substantially
the first american medical school was established at
university of pennsylvania
in the study of medicine during the early nineteenth century
most doctors recieved their training by working with an established physician
the expansion of the medical profession during the early nineteenth century resulted in a
decline in midwives
noah webster thought every american schoolboy should be educated
as a nationalist
the writer washington irving is best remembered for his works on
ichabod crane and rip van wrinkle
the religious concept of deism
incorporated science and reason into religious faith
religious skepticism resulted in
both the philosophy of "unitatianism" and a wave of revivalism
the second great awakening
began as an effort by church establishments to revitalize their organizations
the second great awakening helped spread all of the following denominations except
the unitarians
the message of the second great awakening
called for an active and fervent piety
the revivalism of the great awakening
encouraged racial unrest
during the second great awakening the indian revivalist handsome lake called for
the restoration of traditional indian culture
the cotton gin was invented by
eli whitney
the invention of the cotton gin in the late eighteenth century
had a profound effect on the textile industry in new england
eli whitney is a major figure in american technology for introducing
the concept of interchangable parts
in the early eighteenth century the americans robert fulton and robert livingston
made significant adcanves in steam powered navigation
the early nineteenth century in america is known as the "turnpike era" because
many roads were built for profit by private companies
in 1800 population data of the united states revealed
the nation remained overwhlemingly agrarian
in the united states during the early nineteenth century horse racing
becames a popular sport in most areas of the country
the chief designer of the capital city of washington was
pierre l'enfant
in 1800 washington dc
was little more than a simple village
in the early nineteenth century many members of congress
considered their state legislatures to be more prestigious political bodies
as president thomas jefferson
sought to convey the public image of a plain ordinary citizen
in his first term president thomas jefferson
helped establish a military academy at west point
during his first term president thomas jefferson
eliminated all internal taxes
the supreme court's ruling in the case of marbury vs madison 1803
stated that the supreme court had no authority to expand the power of the supreme court and that the supreme court had the power to nullify an act of congress
john marshall was
chief justice of the supreme court at the time of marbury vs madison
in 1802 president thomas jefferson believed that if france controlled new orleans
the united states would run the risk of war with france
napoleon decided to sell the entire louisiana territory to the united states because
the french army on the american continent had been decimated by disease and he wanted to riase money for his armies in europe
under the treaty terms for the louisiana purchase
the land boundaries were not clearly defined
when thomas jefferson recieved the treaty for the louisiana purchase he
was unsure of his constitutional authority to accept it
the first state to be created form the louisiana purchse and admitted into the union was
louisiana
the lewis and clark expedition
was assisted by the guide sacagawea
the explorations of zebulon pike
convinced many farmers not to settle between the missouri river and the rocky mountians
in 1804 the federalists known as essex junto
feared the westward growth of the united states
the duel between aaron burr and alexander hamilton was the result of
burr's belief that hamilton had slandered him
during the jefferson administration the british claimed the right to stop american merchant ships and seize
naturalized americans born on british soil
the chesapeake leopard incident
led the united states to prohibit its ships from leaving for foreign ports
the embargo act of 1807
created a serious economic depression in the nation
the non intercourse act reopened american trade with
all nations except great britian and france
in 1810 the non intercourse act expired and was replaced by
macon's bill no 2
president thomas jefferson's indian policy included
an offer to indians to become settled farmers and join white society and an insistence that they give up claims to tribal lands in the northwest
during william henry harrison's govenorship of the indiana territory
he used threats and bribary as means to acquire indian lands
tecumseh
believed the only effective means to resist white settlers was indian tribal unity
the desire by american southerners to acquire florida
was partly motivated by the number of runaway slaves who escaped there
in 1812 henry clay and john c calhoun could best be described as
war hawks
in the war of 1812 britain turned its full military attention to america after
napoleon's catastophic campaign against russia
which statement about the wat of 1812 is true
the united states entered the war with enthusiasm and optimism
during the war of 1812 the united states achieved early military success
on the great lakes
during the war of 1812 the battle of the thames
saw tecumseh killed while a brigadier general in the british army
at the battle of horseshoe bend in 1814 andrew jackson
defeated the spanish at pensacola
in 1814 the british
seized washington and set fire to the presidential mansion
following the british bombardment of fort mchenry francis scott key wrote
"the star spangled banner"
in the war of 1812 the battle of new orleans
took place weeks after the war had officially ended
during the war of 1812 the hartford convention
was made irrelevant by the battle of new orleans
the treaty of ghent that ended the war of 1812
began an improvement in relations between england and the united states
the rush bagot agreement of 1817 called for
the mutual disarmament of the great lakes by britain and the united states