Gibbons v ogden the government regulates interstate

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Gibbons v Ogden – the government regulates interstate commerce, not the states. 15. Neutrality Rights – issued by TJ during the French and British naval war in the early 1800’s 16. Impressment – when British ships met US ships at sea, they invaded US ships, and the sailors would then be captured and used as British laborers. 17. Orders in Council – issued by GREAT BRITAIN, limits trade with any country under French and Napoleon’s rule. 18. Imperial Decrees – French reflection of the Orders in Council, France will seize any ship heading for GB 19. Chesapeake Incident – When the HMS Leopard stops the Chesapeake, the US Captain refuses to allow the Brits on board, so the HMS Leopard opens fire, killing and injuring American sailors, so the US is pissed, and TJ issues the Embargo Act 20. Embargo Act – Hals US trade with the world, negatively affected the economy, very unsuccessful, but the northeast industry and self-dependence booms during this time period. 21. Blue Light Federalists – loyal to the British 22. James Madison – wins the 1808 election, Father of the Constitution 23. Non-Intercourse Act – Madison opens up trade with the world except GB and France
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24. Macon’s Bill number 2 – since the Non-Intercourse bill is set to expire in a year, this bill opens up trade with everyone, including GB and France, but if either GB or France repeal their trade restrictions, US will halt trade with the one that DIDN’T repeal their trade restrictions. 25. War of 1812 – when Tecumseh and Tenskwattawawaiujsaisawa (the Prophet) attack William Harrison and other white settlers in the Ohio Valley, the Americans learn that the British supplied them with arms, so now, America’s at war with the British and Tecumseh’s Indians. 26. Battle of Tippecanoe – sparked the War of 1812, the Indians attack Ohio Valleys white settlers, and Harrison crushes them, crushing the Indian confederation 27. Tecumseh and the Prophet – led the Indian Confederation in the battle of Tippecanoe, Tecumseh is killed in the Battle of Thames 28. Redstick Confederacy – Tecumseh’s confederacy, dies when he does. 29. Causes of the War – War Hawks want more land, want to get rid of N.A. menace, they’re attacked by Indians at Tippecanoe, and the US wants maritime rights. 30. War Hawks (Clay and Calhoun) – dedicated supporters of the war, are brought into Congress in the election of 1810, mostly from the west and south 31.
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