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Chapter 9 Vocabulary

For test sometime

Names/ TermsAnswer
Thomas Jeferson 3rd President of the united states and one of the founding fathers
Conestoga Wagons Sturdy wagon topped with white canvas
Louisiana Purchase Land that Napoleon Sold to the Us for money to finance his troops
Tribute Protection money
Impressment The practice of forcing people into working for the navy
Embargo Prohibits trade with another country
War Hawks demanded that the United States declare war against Great Britain
Nationalism Loyalty to certain country
Francis Scott Key Attorney that was captured by the British and wrote the Star Spangled Banner
Treaty Of Ghent Peace treaty that ended the war of 1812
Battle of New Orleans Great Britain and New Orleans met and battled on January 8,1815
Andrew Jackson The seventh president of the united states
James Madison 4th president of the united states
Dolly Madison James Madison's Wife
Sacagawea The Guide for Lewis and Clark
Privateers private ship owned and privately used
Napoleon Bonaparte French military ruler and political leader
Aaron Burr 3rd Vice president of the united states
Alexander Hamilton President after James Madison
Excise Tax Tax that is paid on a specific good
Created by: Jar.trowbridge19