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Treaty between the U.S. and Canada. Allowed people from both places to live in the Pacific Northwest Convention of 1818
A fighter who led the Spanish colonies' fight for independence Simon Bolivar
The treaty that limited NAVAL power on the GREAT Lakes for the U.S. and British Canada. Rush Bagot Agreement
Document that warned Europeans not to get in the way of the Americans. Monroe Doctrine
5th President of the U.S. who sent troops to secure the U.S. Florida border. James Monroe
A U.S. Represenative from Kentucky who supported National Unity Henry Clay
A series or system of measures to make the U.S. economically sufficient American system
The first road built by the federal government stretched from Cumberland Maryland to Wheeling on the Ohio River. Cumberland Road
A waterway that ran from Albany to Buffalo, NY to make water transportation cost less than road travel. Erie Canal
An agreement that settled the conflict over Missouri's application for statehood. Missouri Compromise
Chosen as president by the House of Representatives in 1824 John Quincy Adams
A sense of pride and devotion to a nation nationalism
disagreements between different regions or sections sectionalism
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