The War of 1812

The War of 1812
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  • Jay's Treaty (1794)
  • Stopped Britain from impressing US ships or seamen into the British navy The British abandoned their outpost on the Western Frontier In return, the US favored British goods  
  • Alien and Sedition Act (1798)
  • Sedition Act: Allowed persecution of any public assembly and publication that criticized the government.
  • Alien Act: Allowed the deportation of immigrants deemed "dangerous" by the government (criticized the federalists)
  • Adams appointed Federalist judges before he left office Jefferson comes into power Madison refuses to give the Federalist judges their commission Marbury sues Madison and demands his commission, the supreme court makes a ruling Madison doesn't have to give Marbury his commission and judicial review is enforced
  • Marbury vs Madison (1803)
  • Louisiana Purchase (1803)
  • Jefferson bought French Territory One of history's largest real estate bargains Doubled the size of the US Ensured political and economic stability
  • Embargo Act (1807)
  • American vessels were banned from sailing to ports altogether
  • Madison declares war on the British
  • War of 1812
  • The British and the Indians, led by Tecumseh The war was fought on two fronts: Pressured by War Hawks into declaring war Neglect of Neutrality
  • Occurred due to the French and British  attacks on American vessels
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