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Author: Sidney LumetCharles RussellWilliam DozierAlex FurthKate NickersonAll authors
Publisher: [New York?] : CBS DVD ; Chatsworth, CA : Woodhaven Entertainment, [2004]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : Beta : Videocassette : NTSC color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The vote that made Jefferson president: February 17th, 1801. The House is deadlocked on a vote to decide the 3rd President of the United States because of the vagueness of the Constitution and the role of the electoral college. The Federalists, led by Alexander Hamilton, refuse to vote in favor of Thomas Jefferson who received a majority of the vote. Instead they will vote for Federalist Aaron Burr. Representative
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Genre/Form: Documentary television programs
Historical television programs
Named Person: Thomas Jefferson
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Sidney Lumet; Charles Russell; William Dozier; Alex Furth; Kate Nickerson; Robert Markell; Walter Cronkite; Wesley Addy; Frieda Altman; Jacques Aubuchon; Winston Burdett; Bart Burns; Ned Calmer; Charles Dingle; Andrew Duggan; Robert Emhardt; Bruce Gordon; Don Hanmer; Hurd Hatfield; Don Hollenbeck; Rusty Lane; Bill Leonard; Laurence Edward Lesueur; Harry Marble; Frank Marth; Dan Morgan; Edward P Morgan; Frank Overton; Cameron Prud'homme; Addison Richards; David White; CBS News.; CBS DVD (Firm),; Woodhaven Entertainment (Firm),
ISBN: 1585803995 9781585803996 1585804150 9781585804153
OCLC Number: 57547147
Notes: Originally broadcast on CBS in 1955.
"All events reported and seen are based on historic fact and quotation."
Credits: Vote that made Jefferson President: designed by Bob Markell. Louisiana Purchase: designed by Bob Markell.
Performer(s): Narrated by Walter Cronkite ; cast, (Vote that made Jefferson president) Rusty Lane, Frank Overton, Charles Dingle, Frieda Altman, Wesley Addy, Hurd Hatfield, Cameron Prud'homme, Harry Marble, Winston Burdett, Bill Leonard, Ned Calmer, (Louisiana Purchase) Frank Marth, Bart Burns, Andrew Duggan, Bruce Gordon, Peter Hobbs, Dan Morgan, Bob Emhardt, Addison Richards, Don Hanmer, David White, Jacque Aubuchon, Bill Leonard, Edward P. Morgan, Harry Marble, Don Hollenbeck, Larry LeSueur.
Target Audience: MPAA rating : Not rated.
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 50 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; region 1, NTSC; Dolby Digital.
Contents: The vote that made Jefferson president / written for television by Alex Furth ; directed by Sidney Lumet ; produced by Charles W. Russell --
The Louisiana Purchase / written by Kate Nickerson ; executive producer, William Dozier ; directed by Sidney Lumet ; produced by Charles W. Russell.
Other Titles: Vote that made Jefferson president.
Louisiana Purchase.
Jefferson makes a difference
You are there (Television program)
Responsibility: CBS News.

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The vote that made Jefferson president: February 17th, 1801. The House is deadlocked on a vote to decide the 3rd President of the United States because of the vagueness of the Constitution and the role of the electoral college. The Federalists, led by Alexander Hamilton, refuse to vote in favor of Thomas Jefferson who received a majority of the vote. Instead they will vote for Federalist Aaron Burr. Representative James Bayard confers with Jefferson and ultimately casts the historical deciding vote.

The Louisiana Purchase: Apritl 12th, 1803. The port of New Orleans has been closed to planters, denying them the ability to sell their produce. United States negotiations with France for the purchase of the Louisiana Territory for the past two years have been unsuccessful. With tensions at a boiling point, President Jefferson sends James Monroe to Paris to negotiate with Ambassador Livingston and Barbe Marbois.

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