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Unit 4 Review

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While President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson authorized the purchase of ____ from France in 1803. The Louisiana Territory
Andrew Jackson defeated what southern Native American group at Horseshoe Bend during the War of 1812? Creek
The practice of forcing foreign sailors into a country’s military service, which the British practiced regularly in the early 1800s, was called what? Impressment
During the early 1800s, members of Congress who supported war against Great Britain were known as: War Hawks
During the War of 1812, what United States’ city was the site of a major battle fought after the war’s end had already been declared through the Treaty of Ghent? New Orleans
_________ said that no American ships could trade with other countries. The Embargo Act
The Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions said that the Alien and Sedition Acts were ______________. Unconstitutional
President Washington wanted to remain neutral so he issued a ________. Proclamation of Neutrality
The treaty that said Spain would give the United States Florida was the _____________________. Adams-Onis Treaty
____________ allowed the President to deport (remove from the United States) anyone considered “dangerous to the peace and safety of the United States.” Alien Act
The Star-Spangled Banner was written by ____________________ Francis Scott Key
__________________ allowed punishment of newspaper editors who criticized the President and Congress. Sedition Act
The treaty signed in Belgium ending the War of 1812 was the ___________ Treaty of Ghent
During the invasion of Washington, DC, who set fire to the White House and the Capitol? The British
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