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Thomas Jefferson
Conestoga Wagons Large, broad-wheeled, canvas-covered wagon used by western settlers.
Louisiana Purchase It was when we doubled the size of the U.S.
Tribute Money paid for protection.
Impressment Forcing people into service, as the navy.
Embargo An order prohibiting trade with another country.
War Hawks People from the west and south that wanted to expand.
Francis Scott Key Made the national anthem.
Embargo An order prohibiting trade with another country.
Treaty of Ghent
Battle of New Orleans
Andrew Jackson 4th president of the U.S.
Dolly Madison
Privateers Armed private ships licensed to attack merchant ships.
Nationalism Intense loyalty to one's
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