Pontiac Question 9 Explanation: Sacagawea, a teenage Shoshone woman, joined up with the Lewis and Clark expedition in the winter of Her assistance as a guide and interpreter would prove invaluable to the success of the mission. A Pike was forced to return from his journey before achieving his given objectives due to a supply shortage.
Cunningham noted that only about a quarter of the House of Representatives up until voted with Madison as much as two-thirds of the time and another quarter against him two-thirds of the time, leaving almost half as fairly independent. It was especially effective in building a network of newspapers in major cities to broadcast its statements and editorialize its policies.
He blamed the newspapers for electing Jefferson and Jeffersonian era they were "an overmatch for any Government The Jacobins owe their triumph to the unceasing use of this engine; not so much to skill in use of it as by repetition". Some of them had the ability Outstanding propagandists included editor William Duane — and party leaders Albert GallatinThomas Cooper and Jefferson himself.
Inhe managed the Jefferson campaign in Pennsylvania, blanketing the state with agents who passed out 30, hand-written tickets, naming all 15 electors printed tickets were not allowed. Beckley told one agent: Beckley was the first American professional campaign manager and his techniques were quickly adopted in other states.
The Federalists dominated Connecticut, so the Republicans had to work harder to win. Inthe state leadership sent town leaders instructions for the forthcoming elections. Every town manager was told by state leaders "to appoint a district manager in each district or section of his town, obtaining from each an assurance that he will faithfully do his duty".
Then the town manager was instructed to compile lists and total the number of taxpayers and the number of eligible voters, find out how many favored the Republicans and how many the Federalists and to count the number of supporters of each party who were not eligible to vote but who might qualify by age or taxes at the next election.
These highly detailed returns were to be sent to the county manager and in turn were compiled and sent to the state manager. Using these lists of potential voters, the managers were told to get all eligible people to town meetings and help the young men qualify to vote.
The state manager was responsible for supplying party newspapers to each town for distribution by town and district managers. Revolution of [ edit ] Main article: The tie sent the election to the House and Federalists there blocked any choice.
Starting in in what Jefferson called the "Revolution of ", the party took control of the presidency and both houses of Congress, beginning a quarter century of control of those institutions.
A faction called "Old Republicans" opposed the nationalism that grew popular after as they were stunned when party leaders started a Second Bank of the United States in In the Senate chamber on February 25,a "Convention of Republican members of both houses of Congress" met.
The party held a convention by the same name on January 23,again in the Senate chamber at 6: Senator Stephen Bradley, who was the President pro tempore of the Senate, again served as President of the convention with Representative Richard Johnson as the Secretary.
Legislative issues were handled by the Committee of the Whole and the elected Speaker of the House of Representatives and floor leaders, who at that time were the Chairman for the Committee on Ways and Means of the House of Representatives and Chairman for the Committee on Finance of the Senate.
The state legislatures often instructed Members of Congress how to vote on specific issues. More exactly, they "instructed" the Senators who were elected by the legislatures and "requested" the Representatives who were elected by the people. On rare occasions a Senator resigned rather than follow instructions.(Thomas Jefferson to John Adams, 28 Oct.
, Adams-Jefferson Letters, ed. Lester J. Cappon, Chapel Hill: Univ.
of North Carolina Press, , ) The age of Jackson, on the other hand, is known as the age of the common man. Jeffersonian democracy, named after its advocate Thomas Jefferson, was one of two dominant political outlooks and movements in the United States from the s to the s.
The term was commonly used to refer to the Democratic-Republican Party (formally named the "Republican Party"), which Jefferson founded in opposition to the Federalist.
The Jeffersonian Era Patrick Gass was among those who took part in the famous Lewis and Clark expedition. Setting out in , this expedition traveled overland from St.
Louis, Missouri, to the Paciﬁc. Along the way, Gass kept a journal in which he took notes on people, places, and. Jefferson learned that napoleon had acquired this territory from Spain once again and might be interested in selling it. Jefferson sent James Monroe and Robert Livingston to talk to him about purchasing it.
Start studying The Jeffersonian Era. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The Democratic-Republican Party (formally "The Republican Party") was an American political party formed by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison around to oppose the centralizing policies of the new Federalist Party run by Alexander Hamilton, who was secretary of the treasury and chief architect of George Washington's administration.