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Civil War lesson 3

chapter 1 lesson 3

TermDefinition
Alien and Sedition Acts laws that limited freedom of speech and the right to a free press
Louisiana Purchase The territory of Louisiana purchased from France in 1803. 823.000 square miles for 15 millions dollars
Lewis and Clark Expedition A journey of discovery led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark to explore and map the new territory.
Monroe Doctrine A new policy Issued in 1823 warning other nations not to interfere in American politics.
Erie Canal Completed in 1825 the canal ran from Albany to Buffalo to allow freight to move from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes.
Missouri Compromise Signed in 1820, the document tried to keep the balance between slave states and free states.
Jacksonian Democracy A movement for more rights for common people
Constitution A written plan of Government. The US Constitution was created September 17, 1787. Ratified June 21 1788
Created by: rippert