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A nationwide system of free public schools for all male citizens
Regarding education , the early nineteenth century republicans favored

Private institutions
In the early 19th century school education was largely the responsibility of

All of the above
The writer Judith Sergeant Maray argued that women

Who might become civilized through exposure to white culture
Thomas Jefferson believed American Indians were primitive people

Saw the number of colleges and universities grow substantially
Around 1800 higher education in the United States

The University of Pennsylvania
The first American medical school was established at

Most doctors received their training by working with an established physician
In the study of medicine during the early 19 century

Decline in midwives
The expansion of the medical profession during the early 19 century resulted in a

As a nationalist
Noah Webster thought every American schoolboy should be educated

Ichabod crane and rip van winkle
The writer Washington Irving is best remembered for his works on

Argued for a remote God that had withdrawn from human affairs
The religious concept of deism

Both the philosophy of utubarianism and a wave of revivalism
Religious skepticism resulted in

Began as an effort by church establishments to revitalized organizations
The second great awakening

The second great awakening helped spread all of the following denominations except the

Called for an active and fervent PEity
The message of the second great awakening

Encouraged racial unrest
The revivalism of the second great awakening

The restoration of traditional Indian culture
During the second great awakening in the Indian revivalists handsome lake called for

Eli Whitney
The cotton gin was invented by

Had a profound effect on the textile industry in New England
The invention of the cotton gin in the late 18th century

Concept of interchangeable parts
Eli Whitney is a major figure in American technology for introducing the

Made significant advances in steam powered navigation
In the early 18th century the Americans Robert Fulton and Robert Livingston

Many roads were billed for profit by private companies
The early 19 century in America is known as the turnpike era because

The nation remained overwhelmingly agrarian
Population data of the United States in 1800 reveals

Was bound by lines of race and class
In the United States during the early 19 century horse racing

Pierre lenfant
The chief designer of the capital city of Washington was

Was little more than a simple vintage
In 1800 Washington DC

Considered their state legislators to be more prestigious political bodies
In the early 19 century many members of Congress

Sought to convey the public image of a plain ordinary citizen
As President Thomas Jefferson

Helped establish a military Academy at West Point
In his first term President Thomas Jefferson

Eliminated all internal taxes
During his first term President Thomas Jefferson

Stated the Congress had no authority to expand the power of the Supreme Court and the Supreme Court had the power to nullify an act of Congress
The Supreme Court’s ruling in the case of Marbury versus Madison in 1803

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court at the time of Marberry versus Madison
John Marshall was

A new French regulation restricting the use of the port of New Orleans by american ships
In 1802 what spurred President Jefferson to seek the building of the river fleet and to give the impression that the United States might alley with Great Britain

The land boundaries were not clearly defined
Under the treaty terms for the Louisiana purchase

The French army on the American continents had been decimated by disease
Napoleon decided to sell the entire Louisiana territory to the United States in part because

Was unsure of his constitutional authority to accept it
When Thomas Jefferson received the treaty for the Louisiana purchase he

Interpretation of the Constitution
When President Jefferson spoke of loose construction he was referring to

Was assisted by the guide Sacajawea
The Lewis and Clark expedition

Convinced many Americans of the land between the Missouri River and the Rocky Mountains was undesirable
The exploration of Zebulon Pike

Feared the westward growth of the United States
In 1804 the Federalist known as the Essex junto

Burrs belief the Hamiltons malevolence had costs and the New York governor’s race
The duel between Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton was results of

Naturalized Americans born on british soil
During the Jefferson administration the British claimed the right to stop American merchant ships and seize

Lead the United States to prohibit it’s ships from leaving for foreign ports
The Chesapeake leopard incident

Created a serious economic depression in the nation
The embargo of 1807

All nations except Great Britain and France
The non-intercourse act reopened American trade with

Macon’s bill number 2
In 1810 the non-intercourse act expired and was replaced by

And offered to Indians to become settled farmers and join white society and an insistence that they give up claims to tribal lands in the Northwest
President Thomas Jefferson Indian policy included

He used threats and bribery as a means to aquire indian lands
During William Henry Harrison’s governorship of the Indiana territory

Believe the only effective means to resist white settlers was Indian tribal unity

Was partly motivated by the number of runaway slaves who escaped there
The desire By American Southerners to acquire Florida

In 1812 Henry Clay and John C calhoun could best be described as

Napoleons catastrophe campaign against Russia
In the war of 1812 britain turned it’s full military attention to America after

The United States entered the war with enthusiasm and optimism
Which statement about the war of 1812 is true

On the Great Lakes
During the war of 1812 the United States achieved early military success

Saw tecumseh killed while a brigadier general in the British army
During the war of 1812 the battle of the Thames

Viciously broke the resistance of the creek
Of the battle of the Horshoe Bend in 1814 andrew jackson

Seized Washington and set fire to the presidential mansion
In 1814 the British

The Star-Spangled Banner
Following the British bombardment of Fort McHenry Francis Scott Key wrote

Took place weeks after the war had officially ended
In the war of 1812 the battle of New Orleans

Struck a virtual death blow to the Federalist party
During the war of 1812 the Hartford convention

Began an improvement in relations between England and the United States
The Treaty of Ghent that ended the war of 1812

The mutual disarmament of the Great Lakes by Britain and the United States
The rush bagot agreement of 1817 called for

Jeffersonians believed any smaller government but they also favored a nationwide system of public schools

The idea of Republican mother presume that it was important the woman be educated

Jefferson believed the Native Americans were uncivilized and innately inferior

Many efforts were made to educate both Native Americans and African slaves to uplift them as people

In the early 19 century primary and secondary education but not higher education operated in closely conformity to Republican ideals

The early 19 century growth of the medical profession resulted in the expansion opportunities for women

At the end of the 18th century only a small portion of what Americans were members of formal churches

Philosophies such as universalism were not consistent with the doctrines of calvinisms

The second great awakening succeeded in restoring to prominence traditional doctoring such as predestination

The revivalism of the second great awakening was essentially restricted to white people

By the early 19 century the United States began to have cities that approach the major cities of Europe and population

By the end of the Jefferson’s presidency the capital city of Washington rivaled New York and Philadelphia as a major American city

Jefferson try to make sure that the federal offices went to people who would be loyal to his ideas and his presidency

Jefferson as president was able to cut the size of the government but you was not able to reduce the national debt

Jefferson was not a pacifist but he did scale down the sides of the American Armed Forces

Immediately following Jeffersons first inaguration Republicans began to attack the judicial branch of government

John Marshall was the Federalist who served during several Republican administrations

The terms of the Louisiana purchase were made without the prior approval of either the president or Congress

The Lewis and Clark expedition was organized over President Jefferson’s objections

Prior to their journey West in 1804 neither Louis Mark Clark had experienced evening with Indians

Aaron Burr was convicted and imprisoned for the murder of Alexander Hamilton

The war of 1812 was caused by conflicts on the Atlantic ocean and the American West

On the road to the war of 1812 most Americans are guarded England as a greater violator of American neutral rights than friends because England had the stronger navy

The clash between the Chesapeake and the leopard resulted in a victory for the British ship

Congress response to the violations of American natural rights was in parts for a little bit American ships from leaving any American Fork for any foreign port in the world

The battle of Tippecanoe was a rear indian victory against United States

At the time of the world 1812 what is now Florida was held by Spain

Congressman who were labeled Warhawks were almost exclusively Federalist

During the war of 1812 Andrew Jackson made a name for himself in Florida and the New Orleans

By the time the war of 1812 the Federalist party was the minority nationally but it was still the majority party in New England

The Hartford convention called for secession from the United States

In the Treaty of Ghent the British renounced their practice of impressment

The war of 1812 gave the Indian tribes east of the Mississippi at least a glimmer of better days to come and her ongoing battle to resist well expansion

Judith Sargent Murray is best known for defending the right of woman to

University of Pennsylvania
The first American medical school is

Those who excepted existence of God for regarded him as a remote being recalled

One of their most striking features of the second great awakening was the preponderance of __ who were involved in it

Gabriel Prosser
In 1800 Virginia was the scene of a failed slave revolts to be led by

Handsome. Lake
The most important Indian revivalist during the second great awakening was

The first modern factory in America was located in Rhode Island

Cotton gin
Eli Whitney’s__Revolutionized the American South economy

Steam powered
Robert Fulton Robert Livingston are both associated with what navigation

During his presidency Thomas Jefferson best demonstrated his willingness to use force against the __states

Marbury versus Madison
In 1803 the Supreme Court to find its authority over Congress with its ruling in the case

The treaty of San lidenfonso gave France control of

New Orleans
Jefferson was alarmed and 1802 by the imposition of a new friend policy that restricted access by American shipping vessel to the port of

The Lewis and Clark expedition was aided by the Indian woman

The Essex junto was composed of extreme__Of New England

Aaron Burr
Chief Justice John Marshall presided over the treson trial of

The British practice of stopping American ships and seizing American sailors was called

President Jefferson responded to British and French violations of American neutral rights by securing passage of the

On the road to the war of 1812 the British expected an American invasion of

Tenskwatawa otherwise known as the profit with the brother of

In 1811 General William Henry Harrison defeated Native Americans at the battle of

Great lakes
During the war of 1812 to United States achieved early military success on the

Hartford convention
New England Federalist opposed to the war of 1812 organized__ to show their displeasure

The treaty of__ and the war of 1812