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Chapter10 Vocab.JH:)

People who take extreme political positions. radical
When Adams appointed as many Federalists Judges as he could between the election of 1800 and Jefferson's inauguration of 1801. Judiciary Act of 1801
45 year-old Federalist, the new Chief Justice. John Marshall
An important decision made by the Marshall Court. Marbury vs. Madison
It contradicted the law of the contistution. unconstitutional
This principle states that the Supreme Court had the final say on interpreting the constitution. judicial review
1803, $15 million to the U.S from Napoleon B.. Jefferson was thrilled. Louisiana Purchase
Young officer who lead an expedition. Meriwether Lewis
Lit. , friend of Lewis who helped him. William Clark
This two men lead a discovery. Lewis Clark expedition
A Shoshone women who helped Lewis and Clark. Sacagawea
An expedition from St. Louise towards the Great Plains. Zebulon Pike
The kidnapping of American Soldiers to work on British Ships. impressment
Now American ships were not allowed to sail to foreign ports. Embargo Act of 1801
A shawnee chief who vowed to unite Indian Tribes. Tecumseh
Westeners who called for war. War Hawks
Experienced officer who took control. Oliver Hazard Perry
This victory put an end to the British threat. Battle of Thames
He watched the all-night battle, and wrote the Star-Spangled Banner. Francis Scott Key
Ended the war of 1812. Treaty of Ghent
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