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Foreign policy issues plagued Thomas Jefferson's second term as president and the entire term of his successor, James Madison. This presentation spans from the controversy over impressment of ...

Foreign policy issues plagued Thomas Jefferson's second term as president and the entire term of his successor, James Madison. This presentation spans from the controversy over impressment of American sailors that led to the Embargo Act of 1807 and the War of 1812.

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  • Jefferson’s agrarian economic model depended on trade with Europe.

The Trials of the Jeffersonians The Trials of the Jeffersonians Presentation Transcript

  • Summarize the impact of the westward movement on nationalism and democracy… as the result of major land acquisitions such as the Louisiana Purchase…
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  • FRANCE and allies BRITAIN and allies LAND POWER NAVAL POWER Continental System Naval Blockade of Europe 1803-1815 View slide
  • Map Credit: http://www.normancrossgallery.com/history/index.html View slide
  • Early 19th Century AGRICULTURE MANUFACTURING The Jeffersonian Economic Model
  • Art Credit: http://abikstickfigures.blogspot.com/2009/10/british-need-to-get-out-of-our-business.html
  • 1807
  • TRADE OBJECTIVES: Economic Coercion Avoid War (Get Britain to stop impressing American sailors without going to war) RESULT: FAILURE NEW ENGLAND
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  • HENRY CLAY (KY) JOHN C. CALHOUN (SC)
  • Harrison’s army defeats an Indian force associated with Tecumseh. Tecumseh William Henry Harrison 1811
  • Americans accused the British of arming Tecumseh and encouraging him to start an uprising against the United States. Photo by Kaptain Kobold
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  • Source: David Rumsey Historical Map Collection 1. Impressment of Sailors 2. Cutting off Trade 3. Inciting Indians on the Frontier Madison
  • 182018161812 180818041800 Where was the War of 1812 supported by public opinion? Where was it not supported?
  • 1813 Invasion of Canada (Unsuccessful) Map Credit: http://www.royalscotsgrenadiers.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/.pond/1812map.jpg.w560h674.jpg 1814 British Attack Washington
  • August 24, 1814
  • (1814)
  • THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER BY: FRANCIS SCOTT KEY (NATIONAL ANTHEM) THE FORT MCHENRY FLAG Our National Anthem
  • 1814-15 Hartford Convention Treaty of Ghent Battle of New Orleans Three things happening at once:
  • HARTFORD, CT Delegates from several New England states met in Hartford to propose amendments to the Constitution. Dec. 1814 – Jan. 1815
  • WHERE? WHO? WHAT? 2/3 2/3 2/3 NO Hartford, CT Federalists Amend the Constitution Embargo Declare War Admit New States Conscription
  • Status quo ante bellum The Treaty of Ghent restored things to the way they were before the war began. December 24, 1814
  • January 8, 1815 After Treaty of Ghent Andrew Jackson vs. the British
  • British U.S. Killed 291 13 Wounded 1,267 39 Missing 484 19 TOTAL 2,042 71
  • Although the Battle of New Orleans took place after the Treaty of Ghent was signed, the Battle of New Orleans was important because the decisive victory gave Americans a sense of national pride.
  • Jackson Square New Orleans
  • 182018161812 180818041800 NOTE: This is the last election in which the Federalist Party participated in a national election.