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Vocab Sets 9-10

8th Grade History Unit 6

This amendment granted African Americans in the United States to vote. 15th Amendment
The Constitutional convention met in this year. 1787
Was the hero of the Battle of New Orleans, the 7th President. Andrew Jackson
A famous French aristocrat who helped train General Washington's troops. Marquis de Lafayette
The amendment that abolished slavery. 13th amendment.
During this time period__________the country was engaged in the civil War. 1861-1865
Founding Father, his Virginia Declaration of Rights was a model used for the Bill of Rights. George Mason
This amendment gave the former African slaves certain rights and made them citizens of the U.S. 14th Amendment
Leading essayist, poet and philosopher who came up with idea of "Civil Disobedience". Henry David Thoreau
A formal statement of an opinion. Resolution
An African American spy and patriot during the American Revolution. James Armistead
An African American patriot who made a similar midnight ride like Paul Revere Wentworth Cheswell
An American patriot during the American Revolution; she fought for rights of women. Mercy Otis Warren
5th President James Monroe
4th President, considered the "Father of the Constitution". James Madison
President during the civil war. Abraham Lincoln
Term to describe the Westward movement of the U.S. during the early to mid 1800's. Expansionism
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