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History Chapter 9

Thomas Jefferson Third president of the United States
Conestoga Wagons A heavy, covered wagon used in the late 18th century and 19th century
Louisiana Purchase Thomas Jefferson wrote this in an April 1802 letter to Pierre Samuel du Pont amid reports that Spain would retrocede to France the vast territory of Louisiana.
Tribute Wealth
Impressment The act of taking men into a navy by force and with or without notice.
Embargo Partial or complete prohibition of commerce and trade with a particular country.
War Hawks A group of Republican Congressmen
Nationalism A belief, creed or political ideology
Francis Scott Key Wrote the national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner"
Treaty Of Ghent Peace treaty that ended the War of 1812
Battle Of New Orleans Final battle of the War of 1812.
Andrew Jackson Seventh President of the United States
James Madison American statesman, and the fourth President of the United States.
Dolly Madison Wife of James Madison
Sacagawea Interpreter, guide, and helped Lewis and Clark
Privateers Private person or ship
Created by: Jooniee3