ch 10 history

Under Jefferson, all government funds would come from the sale of western lands and taxes on imported goods called _____________.

custom duties

Jefferson and Gallatin worked on reducing the ___________.

national debt

The last-minute judicial appointments by Adams were called _________________.

midnight judges

Congress passed the____________ to prevent another showdown between a president and vice-presidential candidate.

Twelfth Amendment

In the election of 1800, Federalists supported ____________ for a second term.

John Adams

Why did the Embargo Act of 1807 divide the American people?

Outraged by the attack on the Chesapeake, Americans called for action against the British. President Thomas Jefferson and his supporters sought a course of action other than war - the Embargo Act. By using the embargo, Jefferson hoped to avoid war. The em


protected money

United States Navy captain

Stephen Decatur

powerful Shawnee leader


Tecumsehs brother and ally

the Prophet

attacked Prophetstown

William Henry Harrison

commander of Lake Erie naval forces

Oliver Hazard Perry



wrote the national anthem

Francis Scott Key

armed private ships


attacked the Creeks

Andrew Jackson

The great leader Tecumseh was killed in the

Battle of the Thames.

With the death of Tecumseh hopes died for

a Native American confederation.

Which battle made Andrew Jackson a national hero and eventually, helped him win the presidency?

Battle of New Orleans

The Grand Peak was named by the explorer

Zebulon Pike.

Before it was transferred in 1802 the Louisiana Territory belonged to


One of the buildings burned by the British was

the Capitol.

The election of 1800 was decided by

the House of Representatives.

What was one of the goals of Lewis and Clark's expedition?

to establish trade with Canada

Which case represented the first time the Supreme Court reviewed and ruled on acts of the other branches of government.

Marbury v. Madison

Regional courts were set up for the United States with the

Judiciary Act of 1801.

Which British practice was a violation of neutral rights?


After it was secretly transferred in 1802the Louisiana Territory belonged to


May the Lord bless King George convert him, and take him to heaven, as we want no more of him" Reverend John Gruber te his Baltimore congregation. 1814
The Reverend Gruber offered this blessing during which war?

the War of 1812

The Star Spangled Banner" was written by

Francis Scott Key

Tecumseh joined forces with Great Britain after the

Battle of Tippecanoe.

The leading War Hawks were

Clay and Calhoun.

What decided the election of 1800

the House of Representatives

The Supreme Court reviewing and ruling on acts of other branches of the government is called

judicial review.

Jefferson believed in reducing the power and size of government or a philosophy called


Who had John Adams named to serve as chief justice of the Supreme Court?

John Marshall

Which politician died as a result of a duel

Alexander Hamilton

The size of the United States was doubled with

the Louisiana Purchase.

The revolution in Santo Domingo led to Napoleon selling the Louisiana Territory.


The capital of the confederation of Native American nations was Prophetstown.


Jefferson believed that French control of the Louisiana Territory would improve American trade on the Mississippi River.


The War of 1812 ended with the Treaty of Tecumseh.


Lewis and Clarks expedition collected valuable information on people, plants, and animals.


The 1807 Embargo Act prohibited trade with other countries.


The Barbary Coast states of North Africa included Morocco and Tripoli.


The revolt in Santo Domingo had an effect on Frances plans in the United States.


Neutrality is the ability to choose sides during a war.


The Louisiana Territory was purchased under the presidential administration of Thomas Jefferson.


After 18 months, the Lewis and Clark expedition reached the Pacific Ocean.


The Native Americans were allies of the British in the War of 1812.