Marbury v - a. Marbury v. Madison i. Who: William Marbury...

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a. Marbury v. Madison i. Who: William Marbury and James Madison ii. When: 1803 iii. Where: District of Columbia iv. What: William Marbury was an Adams’ midnight appointment and commissioned Justice of the Peace in the District of Columbia, but it had not been delivered to him before Adams left office. Sec. of State Madison refused to hand over commission and the Supreme Court ruled that while Marbury had right to commission, they could not force Madison to deliver it. v. Sign. : established precedent of judicial review b. Louisiana Purchase i. Who: Jefferson, Napoleon Bonaparte, American agents ii. When: bought in 1803 iii. Where: present day Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, etc. iv. What: Basically, the westerners were anxious b/c the NO area was still under foreign control. 1799, Napoleon in power; 1801, he negotiated secret treaty w/Spanish for return of land to French, and in 1802 Napoleon put Louisiana up for sale for $15 million and the US agents jumped on it, cause were permitted to spend $10 million on just NO, so this was a good deal. v. Sign. : most dramatic accomplishment of Jefferson’s administration, nearly doubled size of the nation and westerners anxiety problem solved c. Embargo Act of 1807 i. Who: Jefferson, British, French ii. When: 1807 iii. Where: iv. What: issued by Jefferson prohibiting American ships from leaving homeports cutting off all trade between the British, French, until they both
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acknowledge U.S. neutrality. 1809 repealed out and came up with Non- Intercourse Act v. Sign. : crushed exports and disaster for American economy. Highlighted Americans in economic entanglement. Jefferson’s attempt to avoid war by economic coercion d. Tenskwatawa i. Who: ii. When: n/a, 1811? iii. Where: Prophetstown, many other Indian locations iv. What: he preached Nativist message, renounced white man’s ways, alcohol and said that the Indians needed to return to traditional way of life- Indians armed themselves for war v. Sign. : Indians fought in Battle of Tippecanoe and lost to Harrison, now Indians turn to British increasingly and leads to War of 1812 e. McCulloch v. Maryland i. Who: MD legislature and McCulloch ii. When: 1818, decision in 1819 iii. Where: Baltimore, MD iv. What: 1818 MD legislature put heavy tax on Bank in Baltimore and McCulloch refused to pay so state sued. Marshall said Bank Constitutional and that the state did not have the right to tax federal property v. Sign. : Loose construction or “implied powers” of the constitution… Rebuke of nullification or interposition f. Monroe Doctrine i. Who: Monroe, essentially U.S. and British ii. When: 1823 iii. Where: n/a iv. What: Stated that the American continents, are henceforth not to be considered subjects for future colonization by any European powers. (off
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limits basically) In return the U.S. would not interfere in internal European affairs v. Sign. : most important diplomatic statement of American history, established U.S. as the dominant power in western hemisphere and idea
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2011 for the course HIST 2011 taught by Professor Marywolf during the Spring '11 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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Marbury v - a. Marbury v. Madison i. Who: William Marbury...

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