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Ch 10 vocab AM

People who take extreme political positions Radical
Adams had appointed as many federalists judges as he could Judiciary Act of 1801
Chief justice of the supreme court John Marshall
Strengthened federal courts Marabury v. Madison
If it contradicts the constitution Unconstitutional
States that the supreme court has a final say in interpreting the constitution Judicial review
Doubled the size of the U.S cost $15 million Louisiana purchase
Lead Jeffersons expedition Meriwether Lewis
Skilled mapmaker who helped lead the expedition known as the corps of the discovery William Clark
Started with the corps of discovery Lewis and Clark expedition
Her knowledge and skills will help Lewis and Clark Sacagawea
A route in st. Louis part of the expedition Zebulon Pike
Kidnapping of American sailors to work on British ships Impressment
American ships were longer allowed to sail to foreign ports Embargo act of 1807
A Shawnee chief vowed to stop the loss of native American land Tecumseh
Westerners who called for war War Hawks
An experienced officer took charge of the infant fleet Oliver hazard perry
British were defeated this victory put a end to the British threat to the northwest Battle of the Thames
Watched the all night battle, he spotted that the U.S flag was still flying and expressed it into he anthem Francis Scott key
Ended the war of 1812 Treaty of Ghent
Created by: M0304798 on 2012-01-19

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