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Ch.10 Vocab

Hajin Seo S1200120 Ch.10 Vocab

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People who state extreme political positions. radicals
Adams had appinted as many Federalists judges as he could between the election of 1800 and Jefferson's inauguration in 1801. Judiciary Act of 1801
He guessed that Marshall would be around for a long time to check the power of the Democratic-Republicans. John Marshall
Case in which the supreme court ruled that it had the power to abolish laws by declaring them unconstitutional. Marbury V. Madison
Contrdicted the law of the constitution. unconstitutional
The principle that the Supreme Court has the final say in interpreting the constitution. judicial review
The 1803 puchase of the Louisiana Territory from France. Louisiana Purchase
Who lead the expedition. Mertiwether Lews
To select and oversee a volunteer force. William Clark
The Corps of Discovery Lewis and Clark expedition
A Shoshone woman whose language skills and knowledge of geography would be of great value to Lewis and Clark. sacagawea
He led an expedition left St. Louis on a southerly route. Zebulon Pike
kidnapping. impressment
American sips were no longer allowed to sail to foreign parts. Embargo Act of 1807
A shawnee oheif, vowed to stop the loss of Native American land. Tecumesh
Henry Clay of Kentucky angrily demanded war against Britain. War Hawks
An experienced officer, took charge of this inflant fleet. Oliver Hazard Perry
This victory put an end to the British threat the Nortwest. Battle of the Thames
A washinton lawyer watched the all-night battle. At dawn, key discovered that the flag was still flying. He expressed his pride in what became the U.S. national anthem. Francis Scott Key
Which ended the war of 1812. Treat of Ghent
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