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Chapter 9 jefferson

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Era of Jefferson Chapter 9

Era of Jefferson Chapter 9


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  • 1. Additional information from Monticello.org,NEH.org, Irving Anderson and PBS.org, lewisandclarktrail.org ,Barbary Wars at Clements-University
  • 2. Photo credit: Library of Congress, charcoal art drawing
  • 3. Jefferson’s New Course -The Revolution of 1800 • Laissez Faire• Get rid of the Sedition Act. • Reduce the size of government The 1795 flag included the new states of Kentucky and Vermont.
  • 4. Angry Republicans called these appointments “Midnight Judges.” In his last days of office, Adams selected several federal justices. William Marbury was one of these. Jefferson instructed Sec. of State James Madison to hold up the paperwork. Marbury sued Madison according to the Judiciary Act of 1789.
  • 5. Marbury RESULT: The Supreme Court ends up having the power to decide whether laws are Constitutional or not. This is called Judicial Review. It’s what makes the Supreme Court “Supreme.” Madison Marshall
  • 6. By most accounts, she was only about 13 at the time. She also gave birth to a daughter, Lisette, after the journey. Sacagawea reportedly died at about age 25. Clark adopted her children and made sure Jean Baptiste was educated. Very little is recorded about the daughter.
  • 7. http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=marine+corps+ant hem&FORM=VIRE1#view=detail&mid=6ACE82A645B783 A3EB316ACE82A645B783A3EB31 The scene above depicts Decatur being saved by one of his crew, who steps into shield him. Both survived.
  • 8. Embargo Act
  • 9. http://www.whitehousehistory.org/whha_cla ssroom/classroom_documents-1812.html Dolly Madison letter to her sister