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Chapter 9 History

Chapter 9

TermDefinition
Thomas Jefferson Was a Republican and our third president and authorized the Lewis and Clark expedition
Conestoga Wagons sturdy vehicles topped with white canvas
Louisiana Purchase Bought from France sent Lewis and Clark to explore. 15 million dollars
Tribute protection money
Impressment The practice of forcing people to serve in the navy
Embargo prohibits trade with another country
War Hawks in favor with the war and had great nationalism
Nationalism loyalty to their country
Francis Scott Key Wrote the Star Spangled Banner and was an attorney
Treaty of Ghent In Ghent, Belgium. Ended the war of 1812
Battle of New Orleans Americans won and was the final battle after the treaty was signed
Andrew Jackson The seventh president. Lead the Battle at New Orleans and became a hero
James Madison 2nd president of the US and had a brilliant mind
Dolly Madison Wife of James Madison. Saved a portrait of George Washington.
Sacagawea A young Shoshone women who lead Lewis and Clark
Privateers
Created by: Sara Gardner 14