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The New Nation

TermDefinition
Articles of Confederation the first plan of goverment for the USA.
Arsenal A storage place for wepons.
Legislature An elected body of people that make laws.
Federal System An agreement to share powers between state and national goverments.
Supreme Court The highest court in the US.
Ratify Officily approve.
Bill of Rights Statement of guarenteed liberties.
Amendment Change to the constitution.
Pioner The first people to enter a religon.
Impressment The forcing of sailors to serve.
War Hawks Americans who supported the War of 1812.
Era of Good Feelings A Period when Americans felt united after the War of 1812.
Adam-Onis Treaty A treaty in which Spain sold Flordia to the united States in 1819.
Monroe Doctrine A presedential decree that Europe and America should not interfere with eachother.
Treaty of Guasalupe Hidalgo Treaty the sold texas and other land to the US in February 1848
Gold Rush People who came to California llooking for gold.