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     The Era of Thomas Jefferson (1800–1815)

             Jefferson Takes Office


             The Louisiana Purchase


              A Time of Conflict


              The War of 1812




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       Jefferson Takes Office



Republicans Take Charge

Main Idea: After a bitter election campaign, Thomas Jefferson used his inaugural address to try to
bring opposing sides together.

Jefferson Charts a New Course

Main Idea: As President, Thomas Jefferson’s main goal was to limit the federal government’s
power over states and citizens.


The Supreme Court and Judicial Review

Main Idea: The Supreme Court ruling in Marbury v. Madison established the principle of judicial
review.


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      The Louisiana Purchase



The Nation Looks West

Main Idea: U.S. leaders worried that France or Spain might close the port of New Orleans to the
goods of western farmers.

Buying Louisiana

Main Idea: The Louisiana Purchase gave the United States a vast area with untold wealth.

Lewis and Clark Explore the West

Main Idea: Lewis and Clark brought back valuable information on the area’s people, plants, and
animals.


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   A Time of Conflict


Defeating the Barbary States

Main Idea: Threats to American shipping led the United States to capture Tripoli, stronghold
of the Barbary pirates.

American Neutrality Is Challenged

Main Idea: Britain and France interfered with American shipping, increasing tensions
between the United States and the two European nations.

Jefferson Responds With an Embargo

Main Idea: The Embargo Act hurt the United States far more than it hurt Britain or France.

Tecumseh and the Prophet

Main Idea: Native Americans led by Tecumseh resisted white settlement, but suffered a
severe setback at the Battle of Tippecanoe.

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  The War of 1812


The Move Toward War

Main Idea: Led by the war hawks, Congress declared war on Britain in June 1812.

Early Days of the War

Main Idea: During the first year of war, the United States struggled to rebuild American
military strength weakened by Jefferson’s spending cuts.

The War in the West and South

Main Idea: Native Americans suffered severe setbacks during fighting in the West and South
during 1814.

Final Battles

Main Idea: Although the War of 1812 had no clear victor, Americans gained new confidence
after its end.

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