More land became available
for farmers throughout the Louisiana Purchase
- Ordinary people couldn't get good farmland because it was already
- A solution to the land problem involved taking the land from the
- New Orleans was important to the US because boats had to travel
through the city to ship their goods to markets on the East Coast.
Causes of the War of 1812
- James Madison was the fourth President who led the party of the
ordinary people. He was also called "the Father of the Constitution."
- France agreed to stop the attack on the American ships.
Effects of the War of 1812
- The attacks on Canada weren't as successful as originally planned
by the War Hawks because
Canada didn't want to be free from Britain and Britain's army was
much larger than that of the U.S.
First Effect of the War of 1812: Native American Armies Were Defeated
- When General Tecumseh died, the Native Americans no longer had
a leader to gather large armies against the U.S.
- The War of 1812 resulted in the Native American's loss of land
through the signing of government treaties.
Second Effect of the War of 1812: The U.S Became Stronger
Third Effect of the War- The End of the Party of the Wealthy Business
- Three ways the United States became stronger after the War of
1. It proved its military power.
2. It increased its manufacturing
3. The Federalist Party
Effects of the Whiskey Rebellion
- President Washington's use of soldiers to make the farmers stop
rebelling had two effects:
1) the government was able to demonstrate its power and 2) the
Federalist Party lost the support of the people.
- The wealthy people's perspective of President Washington's Whiskey
Rebellion action was that it was a good move. The ordinary people's
perspective was that
the government had been too harsh and that it should have listened
to complaints of the farmers.
Ordinary People Form a
- The problem: A serious problem during the first few years
of the country's history was that the wealthy business people did
not listen to the viewpoints of the ordinary people.
- The solution:Thomas Jefferson was important to the development
of the political parties in the United States because he organized
the ordinary people into a political party.
The Effects of Thomas Jefferson and the Party of the Ordinary People
- The Whiskey Tax was ended.
- To repeal a law means to cancel it.
- The Alien and Sedition Acts were ended.
- Three effects of the ordinary people coming into power:
1. The end of the Whiskey Tax
2. The end of the Alien and Sedition Acts
3. The Louisiana Purchase