Republican Era - Republican Era A. Jeffersons Presidency,...

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Republican Era A. Jefferson’s Presidency, (1800, 1804) 1. Election of 1800 a. Dirty campaign b. Tie between Jefferson and Aaron Burr (b.1) Alexander Hamilton c. Effects (c.1) 12th Amendment, 15 June 1804 (c.2) Burr-Hamilton duel, July 1804 2. Shift in power 3. Ironies to Jefferson’s presidency a. The West (a.1) Growth across space vs. growth across time 4. Louisiana Purchase, 1803 a. Robert Livingston (a.1) Talleyrand 5. Sectional Conflict 6. Impact of Foreign Wars B. War of 1812 1. James Madison (1808, 1812) a. Non-Intercourse Act b. Macon Bill #2, 1810 2. Causes a. Maritime Issues (b.1) Relation to French/British War (b.2) Impressment (b.2.a) Chesapeake Incident, summer 1807 (b.3) Interference with American Trade (b.3.a) Napoleon's Continental System (b.3.b) Orders-in-Council c. Economic Issues (c.1) Embargo Act (c.2) The Depression d. Political Issues (d.1) The Indian Menace (d.1.a) Battle of Tippecanoe, 7 November 1811 (a.i) William Henry Harrison defeated Tecumseh (d.2) Territorial Expansionism
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