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Who were the fastest-growing segment of the population during the early 19th century

Free African-Americans

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Every state except

South Carolina and Georgia promised freedom to slaves who fought the British

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What preoccupied a generation of Americans born after 1776

Westward expansion economic growth urban industrial development and the democratization of politics

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What did farmers usually do with crops

Sell them to regional markets

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What was the major reason the economics blossom

Free enterprise was the keynote of the area

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By 1830 the nation was

A sprawling nation with connected economic interests

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A tone of simplicity and conciliation ran

Through Jefferson's inaugural speech

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Jefferson's political platform called for

Shrinking federal government by slashing budget and strictly interpreting the Constitution

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Jefferson's policies that followed were

Conciliatory than revolutionary

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In the cabinet the leading figures were

Secretary of State James Madison and secretary of treasury Albert Gallatin

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Jefferson often succumbed to pressure

From Republicans to remove Federalosts

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What was the jist of Marbury versus Madison

Marbais commission was still undelivered when Madison and took office and Jefferson told them to withhold. Marbury sued the court

12

Chief Justice John Marshall agreed that

Marberry deserve his commission but that the court had no jurisdiction in this case because the court should only have jurisdiction only in cases involving foreign ambassadors and states

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Supreme Court was assuming

Of judicial review meaning that it would decide if Congress laws are unconstitutional

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Jefferson was forced to accept

Alexander Hamilton's economic program and a national Bank

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At the same time he won the repeal of the whiskey tax

Much of a relief to farmers and drinkers

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Without the income of such taxes,

The government was forced to be more frugal

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Commercial prosperity was directly linked to

The ability of Americans to trade with both sides in the European wars

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What was the basic formula for wise and frugal government

Cut down on military expenses

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What was the landmark Bill

Outlaw the importation of slaves

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The ruler of tripoli upped his demands

And declared war on the United States

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What did Stephen Decatur do

Burn the Philadelphia and the Pasha finally settled for $60,000 ransom and release the Philly's crew

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As a result of Spain giving France Louisiana

Jepherson sent Robert R Livingston

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Why was Napoleon willing to sell Louisiana

Is French army in Haiti have been decimated not only by a massive slave revolt but yellow fever

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Concerning over financing another war with Europe

Napoleon was willing to sell Louisiana

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Treaty of Cession

Selling of Louisiana

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Why did Jefferson support Louisiana purchase

Favorable to the media interest of our Western citizens and the peace and security of the nation in general

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Jeff's and also hope that The Louisiana territory

Would sloth racism in the Atlantic

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The New England federalists were not convinced because

They feared that the growing Western exodus was driving up wages on the Atlantic coast by reducing the workforce and lowering the value of real estate in the region

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Will Republicans who glory in their sacred regard to the rights of human nature purchasing an immense wilderness for the purpose of cultivating it with slave labor

Yes

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Federalists hatched a scheme to

Link New York to New England. Aaron Burr needed to be elected governor, but most opposed it, citing Burr as a dangerous man

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These remarks lead to the

Duel between Hamilton and Burr

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What did Randolph form?

The Old Republicans who adopted a strict viewing of the Constitution and states rights

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The Jeffersonian Republicans tended to be more

Moderate, pragmatic, and nationalistic

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Burr focused on a cockeyed scheme to

Carve out a personal empire for himself in the West

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The warring powers soon started limiting the freedom of neutral

Nations by limiting the trade with the enemies

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The seizure of British subjects from American vessels provided a new source of recruits,

Justified on the principle that British citizens remained British

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Jefferson resisted war,

Even after the Chesapeake attack. He was angering the Americans

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Jefferson's embargo failed because

Few Americans are willing to make the necessary sacrifices required by shutting off foreign trade. In addition, the embargo did not affe France, which argued that Jefferson was intending to aid the French

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From the beginning, James Madison was

Entangled in foreign affairs and crippled by naïveté

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Madison insisted on upholding the freedom of the seas, but

Was unwilling to make a navy strong enough

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In place of the embargo, Congress reopened trade

With all countries except Great Britain

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What was the main cause of the war?

The violation of American shipping rights

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Why did New England oppose the war?

The farming regions suffered damage to their markets for grain, cotton, and tobacco, while New England made profits from smuggling in spite of the British restrictions

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Why did Tecumseh want to unite all NAs?

That nothing good would come of continued treaty negotiations with whites

45

William Harrison troops, although Indians made a good fight,

Burned the city and destroyed their supplies, ending the idea of a United Indian confederacy

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The Battle of Tippecanoe reinforced suspicions that

British agents in the Great Lakes regions were inciting the Indians

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British officials in Canada had steered a careful course,

Discouraging warfare but instead focusing on fur trade

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To eliminate the Indians, they needed to

Eliminate its foreign support

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Thomas Jefferson insisted on that the

Acquisition of Canada was a matter of marching north with a military force

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These concerns helped generate

War fever

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Why couldn't America get Florida or Canada?

They were ill prepared financially and military

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Why was the national economy not prepared for war?

The British navy blockaded american ports and and let the Bank of the United States expires. Loans were now needed

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What did General Hull do?

He procrastinated in Detroit and his position worsened. Hull surrender to the British bluff of that thousands of Indian allies were coming

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While American tried to evade the Canadian border line, but

The British resisted. It revived the British contempt that they were cowardly and unreliable

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What happened with Perry?

In an attempt to break the trade lone between Britain and America on Lake Erie, perry worked with the Lawrence. They met two British warships where they murdered the Lawrence, but Perry refused to give up. He eventually surrendered.

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American control of Lake Erie forced

The British to evacuate to upper Canada. They gave up Detroit in the Battle of Thames

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What did the Creeks do?

Attacked Fort Mims and killed numerous civilians

58

Jackson responded by

Attacking the Creek resistance, village by village. The decisive battle was at Horseshoe Bend, where the Cherokees and Americans assaulted a creek fort. Worst defeat of the Native Americans, and creeks were forced to cede their land

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When Napoleon was defeated,

Britain invaded american from Canada

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The Battle of Lake Champlain forced the British to abandon their

Northern campaign

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There was an assault on Washington D.C. and

The ragtag militia couldn't help, and the British officers ate a meal in the White House, but Madisons saved the Declaration of Independence and Washington's portrait

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Aware that American troops burned and sacked York, the British burned

White House, the Capitol, Liberty of Congress, and most other government buildings

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The inability to conquer Fort McHenry led them

To abandon the attack on Baltimore

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The willingness to continue the fighting in North America was eroded. Y

The eagerness of British merchants to resume trade with America, and by the war weariness tax burdened republic

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General Pakenham's careful approach led to

Jackson build defensive earthworks bolstered by barrels and casks of sugar

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Had the British won New Orleans, they might have

Tried to revise the treaty on their favor, and led to nationalism