More land potentially more farmers strenghthed Jeffersons hopes of a potential

More land potentially more farmers strenghthed

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More land= potentially more farmers= strenghthed Jefferson’s hopes of a potential agrarian society8.Lewis and Clark Expedition: Jefferson sent out two explorers to increase scientific knowledge and find easy land routes: benefits included increased geographical and scientific knowledge of unexplored country, strengthened US claims to Oregon Country, improved relations with Native American Tribes, developed maps and land routes for fur trappers and settlers9.With jefferson’s republican cabinet and rebulblican majority in congress: only federalist power left was John Marshall- Chief Justice (had been appointed during John Adams’ Lame duck presidency)a.Marbury vs. Madison 1803- Marbury was a justice of the peace and wanted his commission promised during Adam’s presidency- Madison (secretary of state)- sued for his commission (writ of mandamus)i.Marshall- argued that Marbury deserved his commission according to the judiciary act of 1789- but that act was unconstitutional- can’t hear a case starting up here- can only hear treason or appellate jurisdiction because other was unconstitutionalii.Right of judicial review- supreme court judges whether a law is constitutional or notiii.By denying to do anything- enunciates principle that gives it all its powerb.Jefferson tries to impeach some of the federalists in power- one was impeached but Samuel Chase was acquitted
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10. Burr was NOT reelected vice president when Jefferson was reelected president in 1804a.Tried to become governor of New York- Hamilton overthrew him by telling everybody that he was talking to these extremists about seceding the nation)b.Essex Junto came to him (edxtreme federalist group that wanted to secede from the nation)11. (FACT: Catherine Lee Bates wrote American the beautiful when looking at Pike’s Peak (named after Zebulon Pike))12. Duel: Burr challenged Hamilton to a duel—shot Hamilton and he was the last federalist leader (disintigration of the party) – Hamilton didn’t even try to shoot BurrMadison’s PresidencyMonroe’s PresidencyWar of 18121.Important Battles2.Treaties3.Leaders4.Causes5.Results
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