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1
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what was the title of chapter 9

A

the jeffersonian era

2
Q

what was the revolution of 1800

A

the election of 1800

3
Q

what did jefferson believe that the liberty of the us rely on

A

independant self sufficient farmers

4
Q

what did republicans believe

A

the elss govornment the better

5
Q

what academy did hefferson start

A

westpoint

6
Q

which act did jefferson repeal

A

the judiciary act of 1801

7
Q

what did the 12th ammendment state

A

that a vice president and president are elected sperately

8
Q

how many years did marshall spend as chief justice

A

34 years

9
Q

what were jeffersons two triumphs abroad

A

the pirates of tripoli and the louisina purchase

10
Q

who was sent to france to buy the purchase

A

livingsron and madison

11
Q

who sold th elouisiana purchase

A

napolian bonapart

12
Q

how many marines were sent to tripoli

A

8

13
Q

who was the first person to plant the american flag on foreign soil

A

lt. presley o’bannon

14
Q

how much was the louisiana purchase

A

15 million

15
Q

what did the purchase do to the size of the us

A

it doubled it

16
Q

who did jefferson send to explore the purchase

A

lewis and clark

17
Q

who else did he send

A

zebulon pike

18
Q

what was one of the battles fought in th nwt

A

the battle of fallen timbers

19
Q

why did tecumseh hate white men

A

they killed hus family

20
Q

what did the embargo act do

A

it cut off all trade outside of us

21
Q

what did the non intercourse act do

A

it reopened all trade except with britain and france

22
Q

what did the macons bill number 2 do

A

it said we would trade with france OR britain

23
Q

who jumped on the chance

A

france

24
Q

what did britain take this as

A

us declaring war on britain with france

25
Q

what were the five reasons madison gave to go to war

A
impressment of american sailors
violation of american territorial waters
plundering american goods
refusal to lift trade restritions
and incitement of indians to violence