presidential timeline 3 group 6

  • Election of George Washington

    Election of George Washington
    George Washington was the unanimous choice of the electors who cast their presidential ballots in February 1789.
  • Whiskey Rebellion

    Whiskey Rebellion
    The first test of authority That took place in 1791
  • Bill of Rights

    Bill of Rights
    The following is a transcription of the first 10 amendments to the United States Constitution. Called the "Bill of Rights", these amendments were ratified on December 15, 1791
  • Beginning of Federalist Party

    Beginning of Federalist Party
    The Federalists, as a rule, were advocates of a strong central government
  • Beginnig of Democratic-Republican Party

    Beginnig of Democratic-Republican Party
    Founded by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. Those two and James Monroe were the only Democratic-Republican presidents. Party disbanded in the, 1820’s splintering into two factions, the Democratic Party and the Whig Party
  • Election of John Adams

    Election of John Adams
    John Adams was elected president in November 3rd 1796
  • XYZ Affair

    XYZ Affair
    XYZ Affair, name usually given to an incident (1797–98) in Franco-American diplomatic relations. The United States had in 1778 entered into an alliance with France, but after the outbreak of the French Revolutionary Wars was both unable and unwilling to lend aid
  • Alien Act

    Alien Act
    The act increased the residency requirement for American citizenship from five to fourteen years, authorized the president to imprison or deport aliens considered "dangerous to the peace and safety of the United States" and restricted speech critical of the government.
  • Sedition Act

    Sedition Act
    In 1798, the Federalist-controlled Congress passed a series of laws which, on the surface, were designed to control the activities of foreigners in the United States during a time of impending war. Beneath the surface, however, the real intent of these laws was to destroy Jeffersonian bill of rights added the he constitutionRepublicanism. The laws, known collectively as the "Alien and Sedition Acts,"
  • John Marshall Appointed

    John Marshall Appointed
    President Adams nominated Marshall Chief Justice of the United States, and the Senate confirmed the appointment on January 27, 1801•Marshall served as Chief Justice for 34 years, the longest tenure of any Chief Justice
  • Marbury v. Madison

    Marbury v. Madison
    The case began on March 2, 1801, when an obscure Federalist, William Marbury, was designated as a justice of the peace in the District of Columbia. Marbury and several others were appointed to government posts created by Congress in the last days of John Adam’s presidency, but these last-minute appointments were never fully finalized. The disgruntled appointees invoked an act of Congress and sued for their jobs in the Supreme Court.
  • Election of Thomas Jefferson

    Election of Thomas Jefferson
    Thomas Jefferson was inaugurated the third president of the United States on March 1801
  • Louisiana Purchase

    Louisiana Purchase
    Signed by Thomas Jefferson
    By a treaty signed on Apr. 30, 1803, the United States purchased from France the Louisiana Territory, more than 2 million sq km (800,000 sq mi) of land extending from the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains. The price was 60 million francs, about $15 million
  • Lewis and Clark Expedition

    Lewis and Clark Expedition
    •In 1803 President Thomas Jefferson guided a splendid piece of foreign diplomacy through the U.S. Senate: the purchase of Louisiana territory from France. After the Louisiana Purchase Treaty was made, Jefferson initiated an exploration of the newly purchased land and the territory beyond the "great rock mountains" in the West.
  • Embargo Act

    Embargo Act
    This law was passed by congress and signed by the president Thomas Jefferson in 1807. This law stopped all trade between America and any other country.
  • Non-Intercourse Act

    Non-Intercourse Act
    An act to interdict the commercial intercourse between the united states and britian and France and their dependencies and for other purposes
  • Election of James Madison

    Election of James Madison
    He was president from 1809-1817
    He was one of the founding fathers of the untied states and he was the father of the constitution.
  • War of 1812

    War of 1812
    War agaist Great Britan were nothing war gained and nothing was won.
  • Battle of New Orleans

    Battle of New Orleans
    January 8, 1815 Jackson's victory had saved New Orleans, but it came after the war was over. The Treaty of Ghent, which ended the War of 1812
  • Election of James Monroe

    Election of James Monroe
    Monroe's victory in the Election of 1816 ushered in the "era of good feelings," a term indicating a relative lack of partisan bickering. It is true there was only one party at the time, but differences did exist on such vital issues as the tariff, the extension of slaver and foreign affairs.
  • McCulloch V. Maryland

    McCulloch V. Maryland
    This took place during 1819 ,creating a second bank
  • Missouri Compromise

    Missouri Compromise
    Missouri, slave state; Maine free state
  • Monroe Doctrine

    Monroe Doctrine
    •The Western Hemisphere was no longer open for colonization
    •The political system of the Americas was different from Europe
    •The United States would regard any interference in Western hemispheric affairs as a threat to its security
    •The United States would refrain from participation in European wars and would not disturb existing colonies in the Western Hemisphere
  • Gibbons V. Ogden

    Gibbons V. Ogden
    This was one of the most important decision in the early supreme court led by justice john Marshall the court said that federal commerce clause in effort outranked a state law that had granted a monopoly to one group of people
  • Election of 1824

    Election of 1824
    The election of 1824 involved three major figures in American history, and was decided in the House of Representatives. One man won, one helped him win, and one stormed out of Washington denouncing the entire affair as “the corrupt bargain.” Until the disputed election of 2000, the dubious election of 1824 was the most controversial election in American history.
  • Beginning of Democratic party

    Beginning of Democratic party
    Jackson's disgust with Adam's "theft" of the election of 1824 was then part of a broader anger over the degradation of America's political processes. When he resigned his Senate seat to begin preparing for an 1828 presidential bid, Jackson did so with the intent of restoring the voice of the people to the election process. And indeed, his election that year can be read as a triumph of democratic politics.
  • Expands Suffrage to All White Males

    Expands Suffrage to All White Males
    The Fourteenth Amendment declares that any eligible twenty-one year old male has the right to vote.
  • Election of Andrew Jackson

    Election of Andrew Jackson
    The election of Andrew Jackson was significant as a heard profound change from the election the common people of a man widely viewed the common people
  • Indian Removal Act

    Indian Removal Act
    This act removed all the Indians from their homes and moved them thousands miles away from they were to a new location
  • Worcester v. Georgia

    Worcester v. Georgia
    Both cases developed out of georgia's attempt to assert its jurisdiction over Cherokee land within the state that was protected by federal treaty.
  • Closing The U.S Bank

    Closing The U.S Bank
    Andrew Jackson believed that the Second Bank of the United States was unconstitutional and that it posed a serious threat to the American economy and its democratic political institutions. Though its charter was not set to expire until 1836, BUS president Nicholas Biddle requested and received a congressional recharter in 1832. Jackson decided to veto the bill. Jackson escalated this so-called "Bank War" in 1833 when he removed federal government funds that were on deposit with the BUS and dist