HISTunit3Terms - 1 Who What When and Where 2 At least one...

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1. Who, What, When, and Where 2. At least one or two specific things about the term that only apply to that term and are of major significance to the term 3. Why is the term important - What is the result of the term? The "Revolution" of 1800, the peacful overthrow of the federalist party as seen by Thomas Jefferson The Midnight Appointments, John Adam's government office appointments made on the next-to-last day of office. John Marshall, staunch Federalist appointed chief justice of the United States by President Adams in 1801 Marbury v. Madison , Supreme Court decision of 1803 that created the precedent of judicial review by ruling as unconstitutional part of the Judiciary Act of 1789. Judicial Review, The Supreme Court has the right to rule parts of law unconstitutional. Justice Samuel Chase, Toussaint L'Ouvreture, Leader of the succesfull rebellion in Haiti against the French The Louisiana Purchase, Vast amount of land the US purchased from France The Corps of Discovery, The Aaron Burr Conspiracy, Impressment, The coercion of American sailors into the British navy The Chesapeake Affair, Attack in 1807 by the British ship Leopard on the American ship Chesapeake in American territorial waters The Embargo Act of 1807, prohibited U.S. ships from leaving port to any nation until Britain and France repealed their trading restrictions on neutral shippers
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1. Who, What, When, and Where 2. At least one or two specific things about the term that only apply to that term and are of major significance to the term 3. Why is the term important - What is the result of the term? Tecumseh, The Battle of Tippecanoe, The War Hawks, prowar congressmen swept into office in 1810 "Mr. Madison's War", Oliver Hazard Perry, Commodore that attacked the British fleet in the Battle of Put-in-Bay The Battle of the Thames, Decisive victory over Britain and the Indians.
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