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Chap 9 Test

Practice of seizing american sailors and forcing them to serve on British ships was called Impressment.
By placing a/an ________ on trade, Jefferson hoped to reduce tensions between Britain and France and the US. Embargo
The power of ______________ is one of the most important powers of the Supreme Court. Judicial Review
Because he believed in the goods sense of ordinary people, Jefferson wanted to make the gov. more Democratic
The _______ separates rivers that flow east from those that flow west. Continental Divide
Led a slave rebellion in Haiti Toussaint L’Ouverture
American sea captain who defeated the British near Newfoundland Isaac Hull,
Helped guide Lewis and Clark through the Rocky Mountains Sacajawea
Was a powerful Supreme Court Justice John Marshall
Was a powerful outspoken War Hawk Henry Clay
Pres. Jefferson did all the following EXCEPT close the Bank of the US
The case of Marbury v. Madison established the Supreme Court's right to declare an act of Congress unconstitutuonal
When Jefferson became pres. he cut the federal budget
French control of Louisiana caused Jefferson to fear that France would build an empire in North America
As a result of the Louisiana Purchase, the US Gained land west of the Mississippi River
Lewis and Clark were sent to explore the map of Louisiana
The US went to war w/ Tripoli because Tripoli demanded a bribe for protection of US ships
Which of the following events are correctly linked w/ an effort I - Embargo act, New England merchants lose trade & III - Impressment of American sailors, Congress declares war on Britain
Which of the following permitted the US to trade to all nations except Britain and France Pinckey Treaty
Tecumseh earned the respect of both Native Americans and white leaders of his ability to unite Native american groups
The War Hawks wanted the following EXCEPT to side with the Native Americans against the British
A Federalist program that Pres. Jefferson kept was the Bank of the US
The right of the Supreme Court to declare laws unconstitutional is called Judicial Review
Pres. Jefferson had to make a decision about how much power the Pres. had when he Purchased the Louisiana Territory
Napoleon was willing to sell Louisiana to the US mainly because he needed money to fight his wars in Europe
Lewis and Clark were helped on their expedition by Sacajawea
In their expedition, Lewis and Clark met all of the following Native Americans peoples EXCEPT the Inoquois
As Pres. George Washington, John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson all had the foreign policy goal of avoiding war
The Embargo Act was unpopular in the US because it hurt American farmers and merchants
The Battle of Tippecanoe marked the beginning of war between Native Americans and white settlers
"It is not from Canadian storehouses that these supplies have been issued which nourish and sustain Indian hostilities?'' In this quotation, Henry Clay states a reason for invading Canada
The war of 1812 was a result of all the following EXCEPT The desire of New Englanders for war w/ Britain
The Hartford Convention met in Dec 1814 because New Englanders thought that the British blockade hurt their trade
The most important effect on the Hartford Convention was that it damaged the Federalist party
Aside from stopping the fighting, the Treaty of Ghent established nothing important
Created by: Parker H.