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Early Republic

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Bought the Louisiana Purchase from France for $15 million Thomas Jefferson
President during the Whiskey Rebellion George Washington
Appointed John Marshall as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Adams
Told European countries that they could NOT colonize in North or South America Monroe Doctrine
President during the Era of Good Feelings James Monroe
A period of strong Nationalism (a strong sense of American unity) Era of Good Feelings
the court case that established judicial review Marbury v. Madison
when the Supreme Court can determine if a law is constitutional or not judicial review
created to help pay off the debt from the American Revolution Whiskey Tax
Leader of the Federalist Party John Adams
When France wanted the US to pay them a bribe to stop attacking our ships XYZ Affair
Wrote the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson
Known as Father of the Constitution James Madison
Wanted a National Bank Alexander Hamilton
What Washington said in his Farewell Address Stay neutral, don't form permanent alliances, and do NOT have political parties
Describe the Federalist Party wanted a strong national gov, a National Bank, and for America to get rich by manufacturing
Describe the Democratic-Republican Party wanted a strong state gov, against the National Bank, and for America to get rich by farming
Supporters of the Federalist Party John Adams and Alexander Hamilton
Supporters of the Democratic-Republican Party Thomas Jefferson and James Madison
This act made it harder for new immigrants to vote Alien Acts
This act said that Americans could NOT write, print, utter, or publish anything bad about the US gov Sedition Acts
Causes of the War of 1812 impressment (kidnapping) of US sailors, blockades of US ships, Britain and the Indians ganging up against the US, and the War Hawks convincing Congress and the president to go to war
Events of the War of 1812 Attack on Washington D.C. and burning of the white House, Battle of Fort McHenry, Battle of New Orleans, Treaty of Ghent
Who saved the portrait of George Washington as the White House was burning Dolly Madison
Who wrote the Star Spangled Banner during the Battle of Fort McHenry Francis Scott Key
Who became the war hero of the Battle of New Orleans Andrew Jackson
What officially ended the War of 1812 Treaty of Ghent
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