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Chapter 7 Study Guide �Jeffersonian Era� by 38EeE54


									                      AP Ch. 7 & 8 Study Guide
             “Jeffersonian Era” & “Era of Good Feelings”
  1.    What was Jefferson’s and the Republicans vision of America and what influence did
        it have on education?
  2.    What were examples of American nationalism and the emerging National culture?
  3.    What were the causes, the message, and the impact of the Second Great
  4.    What were some of the significant technological developments of the era? How was
        transportation changing?
  5.    What were the characteristics of American population growth and expansion in the
        years between 1790 and 1800?
  6.    What were the fundamental principles of Jeffersonian democracy? How did
        Jefferson's presidency represent a change in the direction of the federal
  7.     What developments lead to the Louisiana Purchase, what did it include, and how was
        it a constitutional dilemma for Jefferson?
  8.    Why did Aaron Burr hate Alexander Hamilton so much and what was the result of
        this hatred? What was the "Burr Conspiracy”?
  9.    Why did the United States feel that Britain and France were violating its neutrality
        rights in 1805-1807? What were the results?
  10.   How economically and politically effective was the Embargo Act? What role did it
        play in the 1808 presidential election? How was this policy changed by the Non-
        Intercourse Act and by Macon's Bill #2?
  11.   What caused and resulted from the latest “Indian Problem” during the Jefferson
  12.   What were the causes of the War of 1812? How prepared was America for war in
        1812? Where was recruitment appealing? Where did it not go well and why?
  13.   What were major events and results of the War of 1812? In your opinion did
        America win the war? Explain.
  14.   Why did New England oppose the War of 1812? What was the Hartford Convention
        and what effect did it have on have on Federalist policy?


  1.    What were the major economic problems facing America after the War of 1812?
        How did the government attempt to solve them and to what degree were they
  2.    What were the general characteristics of the westward movement after the War of
        1812? What geographic factors affected the decisions of where to settle?
  3.    How did the advance of the southern frontier differ from the advance of
        settlement in the North?
  4.    What kind of trade developed between the western regions of North America and
        the United States in the early 19c?
  5.    Why was the Monroe presidency called the "Era of Good Feelings?" Was that label
  6.    Why did the United States want to annex Florida? How did the Adams-Onis Treaty
        negotiations resolve the issue?
                     AP Ch. 7 & 8 Study Guide
            “Jeffersonian Era” & “Era of Good Feelings”
   7. What were the causes of the Panic of 1819? What political and economic issues
       did the Panic raise?
   8. What were the major elements of disagreement in the debate over the admission of
       Missouri into the Union leading to the Missouri Crisis?
   9. What were the provisions of the Missouri Compromise of 1820? How was this
       "compromise" not a long-term solution to the problem of slavery in the Western
       territories? What other problems did it create for the future?
   10. What was the net effect of the opinions delivered by the Marshall Court? How did
       these opinions reflect John Marshall's philosophy of government?
   11. What was the caucus system and why was it viewed with such disdain before the
       election of 1824? What caused its end?
   12. Who were the candidates in the 1824 presidential election? What "problem" arose
       during this election? How was it resolved and why did Jackson’s supporters consider
       it a “Corrupt Bargain”?
   13. How did the election of 1824 signal the end of the "Era of Good Feelings”?
   14. What did John Quincy Adams plan to accomplish during his presidency? What role
       was the federal government to play in these plans? How successful was he?
   15. What were the issues and controversies of the 1828 presidential election?


Dr. Benjamin Rush            Robert Fulton                    Chesapeake-Leopard
Noah Webster                 Turnpike Era                     Embargo Act
Washington Irving            Barbary Pirates                  Non-Intercourse Act
Mercy Otis Warren            Judiciary Act of 1801            Macon’s Bill #2
Mason Weems                  Judicial Review & Marbury v.     William Henry Harrison
Deism                        John Marshall                    Tecumseh and “The
Unitarianism                 Samuel Chase & impeachment       Battle of Tippecanoe
Second Great Awakening       Toussaint L’Ouverture            “War Hawks”
Methodism                    Louisiana Purchase               Battle of New Orleans
Cane Ridge                   Lewis and Clark and the          Andrew Jackson
                             “Corps of Discovery”
Camp Meetings                Essex Junto                      Hartford Convention
Eli Whitney                  Burr-Hamilton Duel               Treaty of Ghent
Interchangeable parts        Impressment                      Rush-Bagot Agreement

Missouri Crisis               The Virginia Dynasty           Fletcher v. Peck
Nationalism & Sectionalism    James Monroe                   Dartmouth v. Woodward
Second Bank of the U.S.       “Era of Good Feelings”         Cohens v. Virginia
“Internal Improvements”       John Quincy Adams              McCulloch v. Maryland
                    AP Ch. 7 & 8 Study Guide
           “Jeffersonian Era” & “Era of Good Feelings”
“The American System”
John C. Calhoun         Adams-Onis Treaty of      Gibbons v. Ogden
The Factor System       Panic of 1819             Worcester v. Georgia
John Jacob Astor        Tallmadge Amendment       Cherokee Nation v. Georgia
“Mountain Men”          Henry Clay                Monroe Doctrine
Stephen Long            The Missouri Compromise   “The Corrupt Bargain”
                                                  Tariff of Abominations

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