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Jefferson and the Growing Nation and War of 1812

by: Elizabeth Fortanely

Jefferson and the Growing Nation and War of 1812 HIST 1311-010

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Elizabeth Fortanely
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US history to 1865
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Date Created: 10/12/16
Jefferson and the Growing Nation Concepts Context Impact Thomas Jefferson  Wrote Declaration Idealistic in nature, of Independence pragmatic in practice  John Adams left  Small government o Enlarged power o System national allowed power more revolutions than Federalists  Agrarian o Policies increased manufacturin g  Freedom o Owned slaves and took Indian land Marbury vs. Madison John Marshall: chief Judicial review justice  Loose construction Marbury: Midnight judge Madison: Hides Adam’s nominations The Louisiana Purchase  Napoleon needs  Land for every  Lewis and Clark money white man to farm o Sacagawea  US wants New o Unconstitutio  Famili Orleans shipping nal to buy ar port land with o Took Indian  Manifest Destiny land land The Barbary Wars  First war Won first foreign war  Kingdom of the Two Sicilies o Ally  Stephen Decatur o War hero Embargo Act of 1807  Wanted free trade  Enlarged national  Hoped forbidding power trade with British  Promoted would end manufacturing impressment/block  Devastated ade economy Madison  Democratic- No institution governing  National Bank money supply during war Republican Charter  Wrote Constitution o Doesn’t renew War of 1812 Concepts Context Impact Causes of war  Britain War Hawks (Nationalism)  Chesapeake Affair o Tecumseh o Henry Clay o Impressment  Canada o John C. Calhoun o Reason for Embargo  Battle of Tippecanoe o William Henry Harrison Strategies  Strong British Navy Britain  Weak American  Weaken economy militant system o Blockade America  Distraction o Napoleonic War  No strategy o Secretary of War/General s disagree Battle of the Thames William Henry Harrison End of Tecumseh Battle of Lake Erie Oliver Hazard Perry Control of Great Lakes lessens chance of Canadian invasion Burning of Washington  British becomes White House burned more involved, down stops relying on Indians  Robert Ross Battle of Baltimore Ross killed  End of war  Poem turned national anthem Treaty of Ghent Delayed communication No change leads to another battle Battle of New Orleans Andrew Jackson  Hunter army  French Pirate’s cannons  Hill Edward Packenham Results Post-war  No true winner o Nationalism  British invasions stop o Trade o Indian relations  Ends Federalist party o Wanted to surrender throughout war o Discredited by Battle of New Orleans  Andrew Jackson’s career


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