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The Election Of 1800. Lewis and Clark. Thomas Jefferson. Problems with Foreign Powers. The War Of 1812. 1pt. 1pt. 1 pt. 1pt. 1 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2pt. 2pt. 2 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4pt. 4 pt. 4pt. 5pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt.

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  1. The Election Of 1800 Lewis and Clark Thomas Jefferson Problems with Foreign Powers The War Of 1812 1pt 1pt 1 pt 1pt 1 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2pt 2pt 2 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4pt 4 pt 4pt 5pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt

  2. Who were the 5 men running for president in 1800?

  3. Thomas Jefferson Aaron Burr John Adams Charles Pickney John Jay

  4. Who of the 5 was a Federalist and who was a Democrat-Republican?

  5. Federalist: Adams, Pickney, Jay Democrat-Republican: Jefferson, Burr

  6. If there are 138 Electoral College votes, how many do you need to win? Who received a majority of votes?

  7. 70 No candidate – Jefferson and Burr tied

  8. Who decided the outcome of the election, according to the Constitution?

  9. The US House of Representatives

  10. Who won the election? What amendment was added to the Constitution to clarify the Electoral College process?

  11. The 12th Amendment The president and vice-president will run together representing a political party

  12. Why was Jefferson (a strict constructionist) torn about purchasing the Louisiana Territory?

  13. Congress purchasing land is not an enumerated power in the Constitution. …but he buys Louisiana Territory anyway. It’s a steal at __________

  14. What were 2 goals of the Lewis and Clark expedition?

  15. Find the Northwest Passage • Lay territorial claim to Oregon Territory • Befriend the Native Americans • Document fauna and flora

  16. What country owned most of the western part of the continent in 1803?

  17. Spain!

  18. Which statement most accurately describes Lewis and Clark’s relations with Native Americans: A: violent & distrustful B: diplomatic, cordial

  19. B: diplomatic, cordial

  20. What was Sacagawea’s main role on the expedition?

  21. To act as an interpreter for the expedition

  22. What was the most daunting geographic feature for the Corps of Discovery?

  23. The Rocky Mountains

  24. How does Jefferson Undo Federalist Programs? List 3

  25. Allows Alien and Sedition Acts to expire • Ends Whiskey Tax • Releases prisoners • Reduces size of military • Reduces debt

  26. What does Marbury v. Madison establish?

  27. The process of JUDICIAL REVIEW

  28. What does JUDICIAL REVIEW mean?

  29. The Supreme Court can review any state or federal law to see if it is CONSTITUTIONAL

  30. List 2 of Jefferson’s most important accomplishments.

  31. Declaration of Independence • Ambassador to France • Founded UVA • LA Purchase • Monticello and his inventions

  32. What part of Jefferson’s legacy is still debated even in 2013?

  33. His changing views of slavery

  34. What is impressment?

  35. When Great Britain kidnapped US sailors and made them work on British ships

  36. What actions does Thomas Jefferson take to stop impressment?

  37. He passes the Embargo Act of 1807. X

  38. What does the 1807 Embargo Act say? Is this law popular with Americans? Why or why not?

  39. That American ships may no longer sail to foreign ports and our ports are closed to British ships Very unpopular –destroys the shipping and farming sectors.

  40. Why is Tecumseh an important Native American figure?

  41. He unites many Native American tribes against the United States to stem the loss of land.

  42. Who were the WAR HAWKS in the US Congress? What did they advocate?

  43. Henry Clay (KY) Andrew Jackson (TN) Go to war with Great Britain!

  44. Who supported the War of 1812 and who did not? (Think: regions, income level, profession)

  45. Supported War: shipping industry, Democrat-Republicans, people on coasts, New Orleans Against War: Federalists, frontiersmen, pacifists

  46. What happens at the battle of Lake Erie?

  47. Captain Oliver Hazard Perry fights a 10 hour naval battle and US wins control of Lake Erie. “We met the enemy and they are ours”

  48. Why is the Battle of Thames important?

  49. General William Henry Harrison leads 4500 Americans in a battle on the Thames. Tecumseh is killed and many Native Americans abandon the alliance

  50. Why is the Battle of Baltimore an important event?

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