1. The "Revolution of 1800" refers to the election of Thomas Jefferson.
2. Federalists tended to oppose the Louisiana Purchase.
3. Marbury v. Madison was sparked by one of former President Adam's "midnight appointments."
4. Most of the national government' revenue during Jefferson's administration came from tariffs and the sale of western lands.
5. Thomas Jefferson signed an act that outlawed the foreign slave trade as of 1808.
6. Land sales west of the Appalachian mountains declined in the early nineteenth century.
7. Most "War Hawks" were New England Federalists.
8. In 1808, James Monroe defeated Thomas Jefferson for the presidency.
9. Tecumseh was a Shawnee leader who supported the United States in the War of 1812.
10. William Henry Harrison was the American hero at the Battle of New Orleans.
11. The treaty ending the War of 1812 was negotiated in London.
12. Besides keeping a journal of their travels, Lewis and Clark drew maps of the unexplored regions.
13. Aaron Burr was tried for treason for his vague intrigues concerning Louisiana.
14. Alexander Hamilton was killed in a duel with Charles C. Pinckney,
15. The primary aim of the Lew and Clark expedition was to spy on the Native Americans.
16. The Louisiana Purchase cost the United States the War of 1812.
17. The Supreme Court Chief Justice who presided over the case of Marbury v. Madison was John Marshall.
18. In the case Marbury v. Madison Jefferson was forbidden to change appointments made to the Supreme Court.
19. "We are all Republicans-we are all Federalists" was said by Thomas Jefferson.
20. Thomas Jefferson's inaugural address reflected a tone of simplicity and conciliation.
1. The United States experienced a period of economic prosperity in the years after the War of 1812.
2. The second Bank of the United States was chartered in 1826.
3. James Monroe was the first president from New York.
4. The Tallmadge resolution was intended to reduce the number of slaves in Missouri.
5. Almost from the start of James Monroe's second term the jockeying for presidential succession in 1824 had begun.
6.Gibbons v. Ogden and McCulloch v. Maryland were victories for states' rights advocates.
7. The Monroe Doctrine was part of President Monroe's annual message to Congress.
8. Four presidential candidates received electoral votes in 1824.
9. John Quincy Adams might properly be called "the last states'-rights Republican," even though he was technically a Federalist.
10. During the 1820s, the tariff level generally declined.