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Chapter 9

things I need to know for chapter 9

Thomas Jefferson purchased the Louisiana Territory for 15 million dollars, third president
Conestoga Wagons sturdy vehicles topped with a white canvas
Louisiana Purchase land deal between the United States and France
Tribute protection money
Impressment the practice of forcing people to serve in the navy
Embargo prohibits trade with another country
War Hawks young republicans who wanted war with Britain
Nationalism loyalty to their country
Francis Scott Key attorney who wrote the Star Spangled Banner
Treaty of Ghent peace treaty that ended the war of 1812
Battle of New Orleans Americans achieved a decisive victory here
Andrew Jackson became a hero during the Battle of New Orleans and his fame helped him win the presidency in 1828
James Madison took office as president under unfavorable conditions
Dolly Madison wife of president Madison; famous for saving the original draft of the Declaration
Sacagawea joined Lewis and Clark's expedition as a guide; Shoshone Indian woman
Privateers armed private ships
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