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History Vocab

Famous people and places

Person/Place/ThingWhat it is
Thomas Jefferson Our 3rd President,Democratic Republican,Built the Monticello,and he won by cause of a represtative vote
Conestoga Wagon A heavy coverd wagon used extensivly during the late 18th centery
Louisiana Purchase Louis and Clark traveld across the early U.S
Tribute Paymentt made periodically by one state or ruler to another especially as a sign of dependence
Impressment Taking men from ships and forcing them into Navy
Embargo Prohibit trade with another country
War Hawks Republican congress men who wanted to declare war agianst the british
Nationalism Loaylty to there country
Francis Scott Key Creater of the National Anthem
Treaty of Ghent A peace treaty with America and Britan
Battle of New Orleans A serious of engagments fought between December-24-1814 through January-8-1815
Andrew Jackson 7th President
James Madison 4th president fisrt to ask congress to declare war
Dolly Madison Wife, of James Madison.Noted for her social gifts and saved the Geroge Washington portriat
Sacagawea A native american who helped navigate Louis and Clark
Privateers An armed ship owend and officerd by private individuals
Napoleon Bonaparte The French Emperor
Aaron Burr Had a duel and won.All about election/plotting treason
Alexander Hamilton Had a duel agianst Aaron Burr purposly missed and lost
Excise tax Taxes paid when purchase on spacific goods such as gasoline.
Created by: Danish