A.P. U.S. History Chapter 7: The Jeffersonian Era

  • Deism

  • Slater's Mill

  • Turnike Era / Erie Canal

  • Eli Whitney's Cotton Gin

    a)- Eli Whitney
    - Massachussetts
    - machine that quickly&effectively separated seeds from cotton
    b)- Task was taking too long
    - Arduous
    - Cotton supply not meeting demand\
    c)- Revoutionized cotton production
    - More widespread cotton production
    - Total crop increased eightfold
    - Epanded & Increased slavery
    - North became industriously prosperous
  • Eli Whitney's Method For Producing Guns W/ Standardized Parts

    -Machine designed to make each part of a gun
    - Tasks divided between several workers
  • The Second Great Awakening

    -Began among Presbytarians
    -Numbers of Baptists, Methodists, & Presbytarians increased
    -"Camp meetings" common
    -Peter Cartwright
    -Methodist preacher
    - told listeners to embrace the church
    -Individuals must readmit God&Christ & reject skeptical
    rationalism
    - Few accepted idea of predestination
    - Accelerated growth of different sects
    -Women predominant
  • Thomas Jefferson's Presidency

  • Jefferson's Fiscal & Military Policies

  • Louisiana Purchase

  • Marbury vs. Madison

  • Lewis & Clark Expedition

  • Mercy Otis Warren

  • Noah Webster's Speller & Dictionary

    a)- Noah Webster
    - Schoolmaster & Lawyer
    - Connecticut
    b) - To encourage distinctive American culture
    c) - Simplified & americanized system of spelling
    - National standard of words and usages
  • Steamship

    a)- Robert Fulmont
    - Boat known as the Clermont
    - Equippwd w/ paddle wheels & English-built engine
    b)- Fastly growing ship business
    - Oliver Evans' high-pressure engine
    c) Easier/More efficient transportation
  • Embargo Act

  • James Madison's Presidency

  • Non-Intercourse Act / Macon's Bill No. 2

  • William Henry Harrison / 1811 Battle of Tippencanoe / Tecumseh

  • War of 1812

    a) -1812
    b) - Growing war fever
    - Americans invaded Canada through Detroit
    c) - Natives of Northwest weakened
    - America won Great Lakes
    - Battle of Horseshoe Bend
    - Battle of the Thames
    - Burning of Washington
    - Francis Scott Key Star Spangled Banner
  • Hartford Convention

  • Treaty of Ghent

  • Education in US as of 1815

  • Women's Education c. 1815

  • John Marshall

  • Washington Irving