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a waterway made by people canal
when british ships kidnapped american sailors and made them serve on british ships impressment
another name for law ordinance
what the land is divided into as smaller areas for settlement townships
the michigan territoral GOVERNER who signed many treaties with th native americans Lewis Cass
a person who leaves one country to live in another country immigrant
a person who moves to an unsettled area to start a new life pioneer
land set aside by the government where the native americans would live reservations
the american officer who won the battle on Lake Erie that ended the war of 1812 Oliver Hazard Perry
boats powered by steam that sail on Lake Erie staemboats
keeping people against their own will and forcing them to work slavery
an agreement against in which each side gives up parts of its demands compromise
a fomal plan for government constitution
the geologist who found copper on the upper pennisula Douglass Houghton
people who take care of themselves self-reliant
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