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Chapter 9 Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Thomas Jefferson 3rd president, Democratic Republic, and built the Monticello.
Conestoga Wagons Held 6 tons, heavy, and 18th centery
Tribute Payment made periodically by a state or ruler to another
Impressment Taking american sailors and forcing them into battle
Embargo Prohibit trade with another country
War Hawks A group of republican congressmen who declared war against Great Britian
Nationalism Loyalty to their country
Francis Scott Key An attorney who wrote the star spangled banner.
Treaty of Ghent No change of border, impressment, and neutral rights.
Battle of New Orleans Americans achieve a decisive victory
Andrew Jackson Attacked the Creeks, killing 550 creek people.
James Madison 4th president, first president to ask congress to declarewar
Dolly Madison Wife of Jame Madison's, noted for c=social gifts, and risked her life for George Washington's Portrait.
Sacagawea Shoshone, joined Lewis and Clark. and traveled 4,000 miles with them.
Privateers Privatly owned boats attacking British Ships.
Napoleon Banaparte Frances leader, Create empires in Europe and the Americas
Aaron Burr Had duel with Alexander Hamilton and won.
Alexander Hamilton Had duel with Aaron Burr and perpously lost.
Excise Tax Taxes
Created by: SilverSnake7801