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Chapter 9 Vocab.

TermDefinition
Thomas Jefferson A Republican President
Conestoga Wagons Sturdy vehicles with white canvas
Louisiana Purchase Land west of Kentucky and Tennessee
Tribute Protection money
Impressment Practice of forcing people to serve in the Navy
Embargo Prohibits trade to other countrys
War Hawks A group of young Republicans
Nationalism Loyalty to their country
Francis Scott Key An Attorney ( Who wrote the National Anthem )
Treaty of Ghent Peace treaty between the British and America
Battle of New Orleans British were killed and beaten by the US in New Orleans
Andrew Jackson A Major General
James Madison President of the US
Dolly Madison The First Lady ( she saved the picture of George Washington )
Sacagawea A young Shoshone Woman
Privateers Hired Pirates
Napoleon Bonaparte Leader of France
Aaron Burr Running mate to Thomas Jefferson
Alexander Hamilton Handled Financial problems
Excise tax Extra Taxes
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