It resulted in a tie between Jefferson and Burr, and then it was up to the Senate to decide who would win. Alexander Hamilton voted for Jefferson and spoke encouraging words of him. This is surprising because Jefferson and Hamilton hated each other before this election.
B William Henry Harrison a. Former vice-president, killer of Alexander Hamilton, and plotter of mysterious secessionist schemes b. Swiss-born treasury secretary who disliked national debt but kept most Hamiltonian economic measures in effect d.
American minister to Paris who joined James Monroe in making a magnificent real estate deal e. Strong believer in strict construction, weak government, and antimilitarism who was forced to modify some of his principles in office f. Shawnee leader who organized a major Indian confederation against U.
Federalist Supreme Court justice impeached by the House in but acquitted by the Senate h. Shoshoni Indian who provided valuable guidance and assistance to Lewis and Clark as they crossed the Rocky Mountains.
Ruling based on a midnight judge case that established the right of the Supreme Court to declare laws unconstitutional l. French ruler who acquired Louisiana from Spain only to sell it to the United States o.
Federalist Supreme Court justice whose brilliant legal efforts established the principle of judicial review E. Putting Things in Order Put the following events in correct order by numbering them from 1 to 5.
Matching Cause and Effect Match the historical cause in the left column with the proper effect in the right column by writing the correct letter on the blank line. A The Louisiana Purchase 8. D British impressment of American sailors and anger at American harboring of British deserters 9. Aroused Jeffersonian hostility to the Federalist judiciary and led to repeal of the Judiciary Act of c.
Forced Madison to declare a policy of nonimportation that accelerated the drift toward war d. Led to an aggressive and deadly assault on the American ship Chesapeake e. Created stability and continuity in the transition of power from one party to another f. Established the principle of judicial review of laws by the Supreme Court h.
Forced a reluctant Jefferson to send the U.
Navy into military action Part III: Developing Historical Thinking Skills Constructing a Historical Argument Read the prompt below and identify the specific skill being tested; be sure to explain why it is that skill. Determine the position you will take with regard to the prompt.
Then, in the space provided below, put together specific and relevant evidence to be used in your argument as well as identifying evidence which goes contrary to your argument. Assess the validity of the following statement: Contextualization Position With Regard to the Prompt circle one:In chemistry, an ester is a chemical compound derived from an acid (organic or inorganic) in which at least one –OH (hydroxyl) group is replaced by an –O–alkyl group 1.
which one of the following is an example of a monosaccharide. 1. which one of the following is an example of a monosaccharide. C H A P T E R 11 MASTERS AND SLAVES SUMMARY In the South in the first half of the nineteenth century, an elite group of Whites dominated the society and made profits on the labor of Black slaves, who nonetheless were able to.
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17th President who created Jacksonian Democracy and shaped modern Democracy. Which of the following was not among the consequences of the Louisiana Purchase?
a. The geographical and scientific discoveries of the Lewis and Clark expedition. b. The weakening of the power of the presidency in foreign affairs. c.
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