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Chapter 9

Thomas Jefferson Third President
Conestoga Wagons Heavy covered wagon drawn by horse foxes or mules westward bound pioneers
Louisiana purchase Land deal between united states and france
tribute Wealth
Impressment Forcing people to join the navy
Embargo an order of a government prohibiting the movement of merchant ships into or out of its ports.
War Hawks People that persuaded the congress to go to war with britian
Nationalism Being loyal to their country
Francis Scott Key Wrote the national anthem "star spangled banner"
Treaty of ghent ending the War of 1812. By terms of the treaty, all conquered territory was to be returned, and commissions were planned to settle the boundary of the United States and Canada.
Battle of New Orleans Final major battle in the war of 1812
Andrew Jackson Army General that defeated the British at the Battle of New orleans
James madison Fourth President
Dolly Madison James Madison's Wife First Lady
Sacagawea Helped Lewis and Clark navigate the Louisiana purchase
Privateers Armed ships owned by private individuals holding government comission
Created by: mak.fee