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3RD PRESIDENT OF THE US
WAR OF 1812
THIS TERRITORY
I HAVE NO IDEA

100

The place on a continent that separates river systems flowing in opposite directions

Continental divide

100

Was he a Federalist or Republican?


As President, do you think he wanted to make peace with all people? Federalist and Republicans?




























































Republican


Yes

100

Who won the War of 1812? The Americans or the British?


What happened between the two?

Americans


They finally stopped fighting and the Americans were finally free from the British

100

The U.S. bought the Louisiana Purchase that doubled the size of their land. Who did they buy it from?

France

100

Lewis and Clark began their expedition in St. Louis. Where did their destination end?

Pacific Ocean

200

The classroom is the economy, the principles are the government, and Coach Bryant is the President. "I (the President) don't like that the government comes in and changes your seats at any given moment" 

What is this called?

Laissez faire

200

The Sedition Act was designed to make it a crime who talked down on the government. What did Thomas Jefferson do about this act?

Released people that were charged with this crime 

200

The House of Representatives were debating on if they should go to war or not. What 2 regions wanted to go to war the MOST?

The South

New England 

The Middle States

The West

WEST AND SOUTH

200

Farmers needed the Mississippi River because...

it allowed their ships to move their crops to New Orleans

200

If I'm a representative from one of the states in 1811, I believe there will be some advantages in our favor with war coming soon. Do I believe the increasement of trade with Britain would be in my favor? 

Yes or no? 

No

300

All of people once they graduate high school join the armed forces (Navy, Army, Marines, etc.) They have a lot of pride. What is that called?

Nationlism

300

Why did Thomas Jefferson cut federal spending?

He wanted to reduce the size and power of the federal government.

300

The Americans and British fought up north in the great lakes. What was the name of the major battle that the Americans had won?

The Battle of Thames

300

The Americans wanted to expand out west to new land for a new/better life. Which country was MOST threatened by American explorations?

Great Britain. They had settlements/ports set up in the areas.


You could argue the Spanish as well. They once owned the Louisiana Purchase, still owned Florida. 

300

Who benefits the most with trading with other countries?

Someone living in the northern states? Someone moving out west to new land?

Northern states

400

Native American leader who gathered tribes to unite against the Americans moving out west  

Tecumseh

400

American soldiers were getting captured at sea and being forced to serve in other countries' navies. What was this called?


What did the President do about this?

Impressment



Asked Congress to pass the Embargo Act of 1807

400

What were the effects of the war?

3 things

1. Americans felt pride/confident


2. Hartford Convention had ended

3. U.S. secured independence from Great Britain 

400

Why was Thomas Jefferson hesitant about buying the Louisiana Purchase at first? 

The Constitution didn't say that the President had the power to buy land from a foreign country.

400

Why did Meriwether Lewis and William Clark set out to explore the west?

1. make contact with native americans

2. learn about the land/natural features

3. find a waterway from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean 

500

He wrote the Star Spangled Banner

Francis Scott Key

500

He wanted to reduce government expenses to reduce federal power. How did he do this?


hint: did three things..

1. eliminate all federal taxes

2. shrunk the military

3. cut the number of government employees 

500

With the Americans driving the British back into Canada and defeating them, there was land to be claimed. What area was it?

Northwest Territory


500

There were 2 natural features that marked a boundary of the Louisiana Purchase. What were they?

Mississippi River and the Continental Divide

500

Two parts to answer:


What is judicial review and who was the man that established the principle in the Marbury vs. Madison case?

The authority of the Supreme Court to strike down unconstitutional laws.

John Marshall