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Chapter 11 Vocab

customs duty tax collected on goods that are imported
jurisdiction power or right to interpret and apply a law
secede to withdraw or bread away from a nation or organization
tribute money paid to a leader or state for protection
neutral rights privileges or freedoms that are granted to nations that do not choose a side in a conflict
embargo prohibition or blocking of trade with a certain country
frigate a fast, medium sized warship
Marbury v. Madison (1803) the state of Maryland could not tax the local office of the Bank of the U.S because it was the property of the national govt.
Gibbons v. Ogden (1824) only the Congress had the power to make laws governing trade between states (interstate commerce)
Worcester v. Georgia (1832) states cannot regulate issues with Native Americans; only the federal government had that power
War Hawks young Republican Congressmen from the west and south who were calling for war before the War of 1812; wanted increases in military spending and expansionism (land grabbing); led by Henry Clay and John Calhoun
Battle of Lake Erie September, 1813; Oliver Hazard Perry “We have met the enemy and they are ours”; turning point of the War of 1812
Battle of New Orleans Jan, 1815; Andrew Jackson; crushing defeat of the British; made Jackson a national hero
Created by: LHall2908