Study Guide for Test 2, 10329

Study Guide for Test 2, 10329 - Study Guide Chapters 6...

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Study Guide Chapters 6 through 10 10329 1. How was the election of 1800 decided? 2. What was President Jefferson’s constitutional position with regard to the purchase of the Louisiana Territory? 3. What French leader authorized the sale of Louisiana to the United States? 4. What country had the most reason to oppose the transfer of Louisiana Territory to the United States? 5. How did President Jefferson plan to proceed if plans to purchase New Orleans failed? 6. Why was France willing to sell the Louisiana Territory? 7. What was the purpose of the Lewis and Clark expedition? 8. What was the result of Aaron Burr’s treason trial? 9. How did Jefferson react to the Chesapeake incident? 10. Who was Samuel Slater? 11. What is the connection between Robert Fulton and John Fitch? 12. What impact did the cotton gin have on the continued viability of slavery? 13. What was the Non-Intercourse Act? 14. Why did President Madison ask Congress to declare war on England in 1812?
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course HIST 10329 taught by Professor Jamesmccarthy during the Fall '11 term at University of Houston - Downtown.

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