Despite thomas jefferson’s goal of limited government, his administration...
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Despite Thomas Jefferson’s goal of limited government, his administration doubled the size of the United States with the purchase of the Louisiana Territory. This led to a dispute between the U.S. and Spain over the borders of the territory.
The Louisiana Purchase was sealed in April 1803, when France accepted to sell the Louisiana Territory to the United States, for $11,250,000. After this, President Thomas Jefferson ordered the Lewis and Clark expedition that lasted to years of exploration of the newly acquired territories.
The territorial differences with the Spanish crown were resolved with the signing of the Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819. The agreement was that Spain ceded the Florida Peninsula to the United States and the establishment of a border of the US with the territories of the New Spain(later Mexico, due to its independence movement).
became the leader of a nation that extended from coast to coast.
created several new states populated mostly by American Indians.
placed an important trade center into American hands.
gained access to the area containing the Northwest Passage
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cultural achievements of the 1920's 2010
1. cultural achievements and african american achievements in the 1920’s
2. art and literature charles lindberg flew from ny to paris, france. became national hero; first transatlantic flight.
3. greenwich village (new york) and the south side (chicago) many artists, writers, and intellectuals flocked to these areas to share ideas people lead bohemian, or artistic and unconventional, lifestyles
the fifth and fourteenth amendments to the united states constitution each contain a due process clause. due process deals with the administration of justice and thus the due process clause acts as a safeguard from arbitrary denial of life, liberty, or property by the government outside the sanction of law.
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