Election of 1800 - Federalists vs. Democratic-Republicans: To analyze and compare the two political factions involved in the Election of 1800, have students use a grid storyboard to outline each party’s viewpoints.

Election of 1800 - Federalists vs. Democratic-Republicans: To analyze and compare the two political factions involved in the Election of 1800, have students use a grid storyboard to outline each party’s viewpoints.

U.S. History - Growth & Setbacks - The Election of 1800

U.S. History - Growth & Setbacks - The Election of 1800

This homework is designed to allow students to create a poster, handbill, or short speech about the election of 1800 and the means by which supporters of Adams

Election of 1800 - Character Map: Have students create a character map to identify, and examine each candidate that participated in the Election of 1800.

Election of 1800 - Character Map: Have students create a character map to identify, and examine each candidate that participated in the Election of 1800.

Election of 1800 - 5 Ws: Using a Spider Map, students will outline the Election of 1800 by examining the 5 Ws of the Election of 1800.

Election of 1800 - 5 Ws: Using a Spider Map, students will outline the Election of 1800 by examining the 5 Ws of the Election of 1800.

Inaugural Addresses (including length in words)    Washington - Obama    Read more at the American Presidency Project: Length of Inaugural Addresses - The American Presidency Project

Inaugural Addresses (including length in words) Washington - Obama Read more at the American Presidency Project: Length of Inaugural Addresses - The American Presidency Project

"Few of us stop to think how unique we really are. In the eyes of many in the world, this every-4-year ceremony we accept as normal is nothing less than a miracle."The subject of the quote above, spoken by Ronald Reagan at his inauguration in 1981, is the focus of this lesson on transition of power.

Election of 1800: Peaceful Transition of Power

"Few of us stop to think how unique we really are. In the eyes of many in the world, this every-4-year ceremony we accept as normal is nothing less than a miracle."The subject of the quote above, spoken by Ronald Reagan at his inauguration in 1981, is the focus of this lesson on transition of power.

After his term as Ambassador to France, Pinckney was the vice-presidential candidate with John Adams in the 1800 election. They were defeated by the Thomas Jefferson/Aaron Burr ticket. In 1804, Pinckney ran for president, losing to Jefferson and again in 1808, when he was beaten by James Madison. Charles died in August 1825, leaving a long and influential legacy in South Carolina. ~ The Charleston Museum

After his term as Ambassador to France, Pinckney was the vice-presidential candidate with John Adams in the 1800 election. They were defeated by the Thomas Jefferson/Aaron Burr ticket. In 1804, Pinckney ran for president, losing to Jefferson and again in 1808, when he was beaten by James Madison. Charles died in August 1825, leaving a long and influential legacy in South Carolina. ~ The Charleston Museum

Election of 1800 - Character Map: Have students create a character map to identify, and examine each candidate that participated in the Election of 1800. Here is a close up of John Adams.

Election of 1800 - Character Map: Have students create a character map to identify, and examine each candidate that participated in the Election of 1800. Here is a close up of John Adams.

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