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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/20/10 Alexander Hamilton
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5/20/10 Jay’s treaty The Congress in 1785 instructed the secretary of foreign affairs , John Jay, to negotiate an agreement with Spain to preserve Americans right to navigate the Mississippi River. The Spanish emissary, Gardoqui, sweet talked Jay into giving up rights over Mississippi for 25 years in return U.S. would gain trading privileges. This
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5/20/10 Alien and Sedition Act In 1798, the Federalist controlled Congress adopted a set of four laws known as the Alien and Sedition Acts. The intention of these laws was to prevent further growth of the Democratic-Republican faction. The Naturalization Act lengthened the residency period required for citizenship and ordered all resident
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5/20/10 Virginia and Kentucky Resolution In the fall of 1798, Jefferson and Madison respectively introduced resolutions in Kentucky and Virginia. Both resolutions pronounced the Alien and Sedition Acts as unconstitutional and asked other states to join their protest against these acts. No other states endorsed the resolutions, but they still had a
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5/20/10 Gabriel’s Rebellion Gabriel was an enslaved blacksmith who believed that African Americans should fight for their freedom. Thus he carefully planned a large-scale revolt. He and his supporters conspired to attack Richmond on August 30, 1800. They wanted to set the city on fire, seize the capitol, and capture the governor James Monroe.
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5/20/10 Election of 1800
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5/20/10 Agrarian Republic
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5/20/10 Benjamin Banneker
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5/20/10 Marbury vs. Madison A case sent to the Supreme Court in 1803. Chief Justice John Marshall ruled in favor of Madison, thus strengthening the power of federal courts. Marshall affirmed that the Supreme Court had the right to review laws and interpret the Constitutions.
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5/20/10 War with Barbary Pirates
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5/20/10 Louisiana Purchase Thomas Jefferson sent James Monroe (Virginia Governor) and Robert Livingston to France in attempts to buy the port of New Orleans and as much of the Mississippi Valley as possible. When Monroe arrived in France in 1803, he learned that France had already offered this property to the United States for $15
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5/20/10 Tecumseh Older brother of Tenskwatawa, that
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2010 for the course HISTORY 101 taught by Professor Jenkins during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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