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Chapter 10 Vocab KL

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People who take extreme political positions. radicals
An act passed by John Adams that put as many Federalist judges in the court so Jefferson would struggle. Judiciary Act of 1801
The Chief Justice that was appointed by John Adams. John Marshall
An argument because of Madison refused to give James Marbury a justice of the District of Colombia.Marbury sued, but lost. Marbury v. Madison
Something that contradicts the Law of the Constitution. unconstitutional
A law that says the Supreme Court gets the final say in interpreting the Constitution. judicial review
The purchase of land from France that doubled the size of the U.S. Louisiana Purchase
A leader chosen to to lead the expedition to the new land owned by the U.S. Meriwether Lewis
The partner that Lewis chose to gone with him. William Clark
The expedition made by Lewis and Clark that was sent to explore the new land. Lewis and Clark Expedition
An Indian women who helped Lewis and Clark on their expedition. Sacagawea
A person who led the southern expedition of the Louisiana Purchase. Zebulon Pike
kidnapping impressment
The act that made American ships unable to sail to foreign ports. Embargo Act of 1807
An Indian chief for the Shawnee. He said the tribes had to unite to defeat the Americans. Tecumseh
Westerners who called for war against Britain. War Hawks
A U.S. experienced naval officer who won at Lake Erie Oliver Hazard Perry
The American victory in Canada which ended the British threat in the Northwest. Battle of the Thames
The man who watched the battle at Fort McHenry and wrote the U.S. national anthem. Francis Scott Key
The treaty that ended the War of 1812. Treaty of Ghent
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