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Social Studies

Chapter 9 Vocabulary

Thomas Jefferson Third president of the United States
Conestoga Wagons Sturdy vehicles topped with white canvas
Louisiana Purchase When Louis, Clark and Sacagawea journey through America to the Pacific Ocean
Tribute Protection money
Impressment Forcing people to join or serve the Navy
Embargo Prohibits trade with other countries
War Hawks Group of young republicans
Nationalism Loyalty to their country
Francis Scott Key An attorney who created America's famous song "Star Spangled Banner"
Treaty of Ghent Could not change any existing borders
Battle of New Orleans America achieved a decisive victory
Andrew Jackson Attacked the creeks and became president
James Madison Second president of the United States
Dolly Madison Wife of James Madison, second First Lady
Sacagawea Joined Louis and Clark as a guide
Privateers Armed private ships.
Napoleon Bonparte France's leader
Aaron Burr Third vice president of the United States
Alexander Hamilton Accused Burr of promoting Treason
Excise Tax Tax on anything shipped.
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