Adams was a Federalist and Jefferson was a Democratic-Republican.
Library of Congress is created
Thomas Jefferson, Aaron Burr, and George Clinton
Jeffwerson and his two Vice Presidents were Democratic-Republicans. Burr was Vice President from 1801-1805 and Clinton took over from 1805-1809.
Napoleon sells Louisiana to the United Sates of America to help pay for war.
The Twelfth Amendment is proposed
This Amendment would revise the presidential election procedure.
The Twelfth Amendment is passed!
There are now major revisions to the procedure used to elect a president.
The Treaty of Detroit
A large portion of land was taken from Native Americans.
Forbids American ships to leave American waters
Repeals the Embargo Act
James Madison, George Clinton, and Elbridge Gerry
Madison and his Vice Presidents were Democratic-Republicans. Clinton was Vice President from 1809-1812 and Gerry ruled the Senate from 1813-1814. Oddly, there was no Vice President between 1812-1813 and 1814-1817.
Battle of Tippecanoe
A battle created by Canadian soldiers who fought with the Native Americans. This would cause congress to declare war.
Major earthquakes occured in Missouri which revised the course of the Mississippi River.
Congress Declares War!!
The War of 1812 is over
Source"Ratifications of the Peace Treaty exchanged and President Madison declares the war over."
James Monroe and Daniel D. Tompkins
Both identified with the Democratic-Republican party.
Forbids slavery above 36 degrees 30 minutes latitude
John Quincy Adams and John C. Calhoun
Adams was apart of the Federalist, Democratic-Republican, and National Republican party. Calhoun was a Democratic-Republican.
Andrew Jackson, John C. Calhoun, and Martin Van Buren
Jackson and Van Buren were Democrats while Calhoun was a Democratic-Republican. There was no Vice President from 1832-1833.
The Indian Removal Act
Signed by Andrew Jackson, this act allowed for the forced emigration of thousands of Indians.
Martin Van Buren and Richard M. Johnson
Both identified with the Democrat party
Trail of Tears
Thousands of Cherokee Indians die on forced march to reservations
Natchez, Mississippi; Tornado killed 317 people