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Chap 10 vocab quiz 2

TermDefinition
Nonintercourse Act an 1809 law that allowed Americans to carry on trade with all nations except Britain and France
Treaty of Greenville signed by some Native Americans in1795, giving up land that would later become part of Ohio in exchange for 20,000 and a promise of more if they kept the peace
Confederation league of independent states or nations
Battle of Tippecanoe 1811 battle over white settlement in the Indiana territory
War Hawks embers of congress from the South and the West who called for war with Britain prior to the War of 1812
Doves Member of Congress from the North and East who preferred War not be declared with Britain
Nationalism devotion to ones country
Tecumseh Shawnee leader who opposed white settlers taking more Indian land
Henry Clay outspoken War Hawk, who wanted to punish Britain, and conquer Canada
Battle of Lake Erie in the War of 1812, and American victory led by Oliver Perry against the British
Francis Scott Key wrote Star Spangled Banner while aboard a British ship, while observing the British assault on Fort Baltimore
Battle of New Orleans near the conclusion of the War of 1812 , a battle between British and American forces that ended in an American victory
Treaty of Ghent peace treaty signed by Britain and the United States at the end of the War of 1812
Star Spangled Banner written during the battle of Baltimore by a lawyer sent to negotiate the release of prisoners
Andrew Jackson Tennessee officer who commanded American troops in the Creek War, Hero of Battle
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