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The Jefferson Era

Jefferson Era Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
Third President of the USA Thomas Jefferson
Amendment which created a separate ballot for President and Vice President 12th Amendment
Court case which established judicial review Marbury v. Madison
Ability of the Supreme Court to determine the constitutionality of a government action Judicial Review
Nickname for NC due to its backwardness Rip Van Winkle State
Indicators of NC Social Deccline 1. Political Stagnation 2. Lack of transportation 3. Poor Education
Important port city closed to the USA by the Spanish New Orleans
Land purchase from the French for 15 million dollars that doubled the size of the USA Louisiana Purchase
Sent to explore the Louisiana Purchase Lewis and Clark
Group founded by Lewis and Clark to go on expedition Corps of Discovery
Shoshone Indian woman who served as translator and guide to the Lewis and Clark expedition Sacagawea
NC native who was member of the Corps of Discovery and led group back from Missouri River to bring samples to the President Richard Warfington
Young army officer who led expedition to discover the starting point of the Red River; Offered Americans their first view of the SouthWest Zebulon Pike
Powerful warship that is nicknamed Old Ironsides; oldest commissioned warship in the world U.S.S. Constitution
The practice of forcing people into the Army or Navy Impressment
Banning of trade embargo
Banned all foreign trade for the USA Embargo Act
Banned US trade with Britain and France only Non-Intercourse Act
Shawnee chief who led Native Americans in revolts against the US Tecumseh
Defeated Tecumseh at the Battle of Tippecanoe William Henry Harrison
Young members of Congress who called for war against Britain War Hawks
President during the War of 1812 James Madison
Led the U.S. navy against the British in the Battle of Lake Erie Oliver Hazard Perry
Battle which ended British power in the Northwest Battle of the Thames
Led 2,000 volunteers against the Creek nation in the Creek War Andrew Jackson
Battle where Creek Indians where defeated by the Americans Battle of Horseshoe Bend
Treaty that ended the Creek War Treaty of Fort Jackson
Creek Indians had to give up this after being defeated Millions of acres of land
Important American city burnt by the British during War of 1812 Washington D.C.
NC native and First Lady who refused to leave until priceless artifacts were rescued from Washington D.C. Dolley Madison
Writer of the national anthem Francis Scott Key
National anthem of the USA Star Spangled Banner
Bombing of this fort inspired the national anthem Fort McHenry
NC locations invaded by the British during the War of 1812 Ocracoke and Portsmouth
Last major conflict of the War of 1812 Battle of New Orleans
Leader of American forces at Battle of New Orleans Andrew Jackson
Ineffective convention where Federalists agreed to oppose the war Hartford Convention
Treaty that ended the War of 1812 Treaty of Ghent
Causes of the War of 1812 1. Impressment of American Sailors 2. Interference with American shipping 3. British military aid to Native Americans
Effects of the War of 1812 1. Increased sense of national pride 2. American manufacturing boosted 3. Native American resistance weakened
Created by: argrant1215