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Louisiana Purchase a purchase of land that happened in 1803 it costed $10 million
Northwest Ordinance a way to add more states to the U.S, a new states would be equal with the original states
Trade Issues Pirates attacked American ships along West Africa stealing cargo & sailors
Trade Issues # 2 A peace treaty was signed with the ruler of Tripoli to stop the raids
Trade Issues # 3 other rights between France and Great Britain interfere with South Carolina's ride & cotton trade
Embargo Act kept American ships fro leaving U.S water, designed to protect American cargo ships, throughout the country, merchants & planters lost money and the act was repealed by Pres. Monroe
Trade Issues # 4 Stopped trade with countries who bothered the U.S
Created by: KeyLime1600