Thomas Jefferson
Jeffersonian Republicanism
weak central government, strong state governments. opposed national bank and protective tariffs
Twelfth Amendment
Requires that the electors cast separate ballots for president and vice president.
Chesapeake affair
British warship fired on US warship off Virginia's coast, killing three Americans; resulted in high anti-British sentiment
Embargo Act
a law that prohibited American merchants from trading with other countries
John Marshall
strong Chief Justice of the Supreme Court; attributed to gaining the power of judicial review
Marbury v. Madison
This case establishes the Supreme Court's power of Judicial Review
judicial review
Allows the court to determine the constitutionality of laws
delegated powers
Powers specifically given to the federal government by the US Constitution, for example, the authority to print money.
Gibbons v. Ogden
Established that states could not interfere with congresses right to regulate commerce
McCulloch v. Maryland
Confirmed the right of congress to utilize implied powered to carry out expressed powers
implied powers
Powers not specifically listed in the constitution but claimed by the federal government
Barbary states
Napoleon Bonaparte
Louisiana Purchase
Meriwether Lewis
William Clark
Zebulon Pike
"Mad Anthony" Wayne
Battle of Fallen Timbers
Treaty of Fort Greenville
William Henry Harrison
the Prophet
Battle of Tippecanoe
James Madison
Non-Intercourse Act
Macon's Bille Number Two
War Hawks
Henry Clay
John C. Calhoun
U.S.S. Constitution
Oliver Hazard Perry
Battle of Lake Erie
Battle of the Thames
Battle of Bladensburg
Fort McHenry
Andrew Jackson
Francis Scott Key
Battle of Horseshoe Bend
Treaty of Ghent
James Monroe
Era of Good Feelings
Hartford Convention
Rush-Bagot Treaty
John Quincy Adams
Adams-Onis Treaty
Simón Bolivar
José de San Martin
Monroe Doctrine