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Chapter 9 reveiw

vocabulary/people

TermDefinition
Thomas Jefferson Was the 3rd president, and was the author of the Declaration of Independence
Conestoga Wagons Sturdy vehicles topped with a white canvas
Louisiana Purchase An incredible deal for the United States, the final cost totaling less than 5 cents per acre at 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 People who wanted war
Nationalism Loyalty to their country
Francis Scott Key An attorney that wrote the Star Spangled Banner
Treaty of Ghent An agreement in Belgium between Great Britain and the United states to end war of 1812
Battle of New Orleans The final major battle of the War of 1812 where Americans achieved victory
Andrew Jackson Army general who defeated the British in 1815 and was the 17th president
James Madison Smallest president (5'4") The last surviving signer of the Constitution
Dolly Madison Wife of president James Madison, and she saved the George Washington portrait before the British set the building on fire.
Sacagawea Shoshone Indian guide who lead the Lewis and Clark expedition
Privateers Armed private ships
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