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History 24-week quiz

Farmers backbone of America
Laissez Fair French for "hands off" or "let alone"
Marbury vs. Madison Marbury sued Madison for not delivering the official papers for him to become judge. Supreme court ruled against Marbury.
Judicial Review the power of the court that decides if the law passed by congress is constitutional
Louisiana Purchase In 1803, American bought a large area of land from France for $15 million.
Lewis and Clark Led a group of people to explore the new Louisiana land.The president told them to study the climate, wildlife, soil, and mineral resources.
Impressment American sailors were kidnapped and forced to work on Britosh ships.
Mr. Madison's war Many republicans liked the idea of war with Britain, but other Americans were not enthusiastic about it especially New Englanders.
Francis Scott Key Wrote the poem about bombardment of Ft. McHenry called the "Star Spangled Banner" which became our national anthem.
Battle of New Orleans Americans won the battle against the British, and Andrew Jackson became the national hero. Only 7 Americans died.
Andrew Jackson became the national hero after the Battle of New Orleans
Treaty of Ghent "Nothing was adjusted, nothing was settled" Agreed to return matters to the way they had been before the war.
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