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O'Dell Ch 7 Terms

Terms to study and know for the Chapter 7 Summative test

Federalist Party its main base of support was in New England
Battle of Tippecanoe shattered Native American confidence in the Prophet’s leadership
Washington, D.C. burned by the British in the War of 1812
Monroe Doctrine declared that attempts to colonize the Americas would be seen as a threat to the U.S.
Oliver Hazard Perry led victorious Lake Erie naval forces in the War of 1812
Adams-Onís Treaty United States gained Florida and gave up claims to Spanish Texas
Embargo Act of 1807 banned imports to and exports from Britain
“Old Ironsides” Nickname for the US ship Constitution
Simón Bolívar led the movement that resulted in freedom for parts of South America
John Quincy Adams secretary of state who helped resolve disputes with Britain
Fort McHenry fort in Baltimore that kept the British from entering the city
Francis Scott Key wrote “The Star-Spangled Banner”
Texas gained independence from Mexico in 1836
Barbary Pirates demanded tribute to let ships pass safely
War of 1812 military engagement with the British lasting less than three years
privateers armed private ships
Andrew Jackson became a war hero in the War of 1812
Tecumseh a powerful Shawnee chief
John Calhoun a War Hawk in Congress
Miguel Hidalgo led an unsuccessful rebellion against the Spanish government of Mexico
Created by: Mr. O'Dell


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