Jefferson Presidency Period Timeline

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Jefferson Presidency Period Timeline

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Samantha Bell
Jefferson Timeline

March-December 1799 ·Jefferson spends nine months at Monticello though continuing in role as Vice President

December 14, 1799 ·Washington dies at Mount Vernon

May 11, 1800 ·Democratic-Republican caucus establishes first national platform and nominates Jefferson and Aaron Burr for President and Vice President, respectively May-November 1800 ·Returns to Monticello

June 30, 1800 ·Rumors of Jefferson's death spread after false report by Baltimore newspaper September 30, 1800 ·Convention of 1800 signed in Paris diffuses military tension with France

November 27, 1800 ·Arrives in new capital at Washington, D.C. for first time

December 28, 1800 ·Electoral returns reveal a tie between Burr and Jefferson January 31, 1801 ·John Marshall named Chief Justice of the Supreme Court February 11, 1801 ·House of Representatives convenes to break tie between Burr and Jefferson February 17, 1801 ·Jefferson named President on thirty-sixth ballot

March 4, 1801 ·Jefferson and Burr inaugurated at Washington May 14, 1801 ·Tripoli declares war on the United States

December 8, 1801 ·Submits first annual message to Congress February 6, 1802 ·Congress declares war on Tripoli
April 6, 1802 ·All internal taxes abolished

May 2, 1802 ·U.S. Patent Office organized

July 4, 1802 ·U.S. Military Academy opens in West Point, New York

August 1802 ·Morocco declares war on the United States
November 3, 1802 · Jefferson meets with Chief Handsome Lake to discuss native policy February 24, 1803 ·Supreme Court establishes judicial review in Marbury v Madison

April 30, 1803 ·Robert Livingston and James Monroe secure the purchase of the Louisiana Territory for the United States from France

December 12, 1803 ·Twelfth Amendment proposed to the several states December 20, 1803 ·The United States takes formal possession of the Louisiana Territory February 25, 1804 ·Jefferson re-nominated for President

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