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plan of government after declaring independence? articles of confederation
weaknesses of the articles couldnt tax, no control of trade, no army/navy, states too powerful
strengths of the articles states loosely united, northwest ordinance, post office
Five states in northwest territory ohio, illinois, indiana, michigan, wisconsin (W.I.M.I.O)
# of freemen needed to form a state 60,000
forbidden in the northwest territory slavery
president who bought the louisiana purchase(how much?)(from who?) jefferson($15 million)(france)
explored louisiana and made maps of the west william clark & meriwether lewis
forcing american sailors into the British navy impressment
war of 1812 nicknames freedom of the seas, second war of independence
area u.s tried to capture but failed canada
american indian leader the british tecumseh
fort in baltimore who the british tried to capture Fort McHenry
outcomes of the war respect, nationalism, confidence, quieted indian raids
southern area we purchased(how much) florida, 1819($5 million)
Three things the monroe doctrine said 1)no new european colonies west 2)no western interference 3)us would stay out of European affairs
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