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S.S Chapter 9

Convention of 1818 an agreement between the US and Great Britain that settled fishing rights and established North American borders
Adams-Onis Treaty an agreement in which Spain gave East Florida to the US
Monroe Doctrine President James Monroe's statement forbidding further colonization in the Americas
Nationalism a sense of pride and devotion to a nation
Henry Clay known as "the Great Compromiser" because of his support of the Missouri Compromise
American System plan for raising tariffs to pay for internal improvements such as better roads and canals
Cumberland Road the first federal road project
Erie Canal the canal that runs from Albany to Buffalo, New York
Era of Good Feeling a period of peace, pride, and progress
McCulloch vs. Maryland declared the Second Bank of the US was constitutional and that Maryland could not interfere with it.
Gibbons vs. Ogden a US Supreme Court ruling that reinforced the federal government's authority over the states.
sectionalism a devotion to the interests of one geographic region over the interests of the country as a whole
Missouri Compromise an agreement that allowed Missouri to become a "slave state" and for Maine to be a "free state."
Created by: TeeganP