Social Science Department at Canyon Crest Academy

AP U.S. History

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Presidency Chart – James Madison (1809 - 1817)

  Provide a description of the events/concepts listed below, including a description of each, the way in which it was significant, the reasoning behind actions committed, and such.  Bulleted lists are certainly encouraged, but these lists must certainly reflect detail.  This does not mean, however, that you should reproduce sources, such as your textbook or online sources, in their entirety--but in bullet form.  You must include a listing of your sources, in MLA format, following your chart.  Internal citations are not necessary.

Politics during his presidency






Major Events

Macon’s Bill No. 2 (1810) (Berlin and Milan Decrees and Orders in Council)




Fletcher v. Peck (1810)




Tecumseh and Tippecanoe (1811)



War Hawks (1811 – 12) Clay and Calhoun




War of 1812








Treaty of Ghent (1814) status quo ante bellum



Effects of the War on the Nation



Hartford Convention (1814)





First Protective Tariff (1816)




The Second Bank of the United States (1816)








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