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chapter 9

Thomas jefferson Was the third president and purchased the Louisiana territory and was president at the war of 1812
Conestoga Wagons large, board-wheeled, canvas covered wagon used by western settlers
Louisiana purchase
Tribute Money paid for protection
Impressment Forcing people into service,as in the navy
Embargo An order prohibiting trade with another country
War hawks People that wanted the war with britain
Nationalism Intense loyalty to one's nation or group and promotion of its interests above all others
Francis Scott key An attorney,watched the bombs bust over Fort MCHenry during the night and wrote the star-spangled banner
Treaty of Ghent
Battle of New Orleans
Andrew jaskson A major general was a national hero because he won the battle of New Orleans
James Madison
Dolly Madison
Privateers Armed private ship licensed to attack merchant ships