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Ch. 10 Vocab SC

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People who take extreme political positions. radicals
Adams had appointed as many Federal judges as he could between the election of 1800 and Jefferson's inauguration in 1801. Judiciary Act of 1801
The new Chief Justice of the Supreme Court that Adams appointed before he left office. He was to check the power of the Democratic-Republicans. John Marshall
When something is contradicting the Constitution. unconstitutional
Principle that states that the Supreme Court has the final say in interpreting the Constitution. judicial review
When Napolean offered and sold the Lousiana territory to the US for $15 million. Louisiana Purchase
The man that lead the expedition to explore the Louisiana territory. Meriwether Louis
Lewis chose this man to oversee a volunteer force, which they called the Corps of Discovery. William Clark
aka the Corps of Discovery. Lewis and Clark expedition
Shoshone woman that greatly helped the Lewis and Clark expedition. Sacagawea
Man who led an expedition in 1806 to find the sources of the Arkansas and Red rivers. Zebulon Pike
kidnapping. impressment
Act that said that American ships were no longer allowed to sail to foreign parts. This act also closed American ports to British ships. Embargo Act of 1807
A Shawnee chief that vowed to stop the loss of Native American Land. He wanted all the tribes to unite to become stronger. Tecumseh
Westerners who called for war. They wanted British aid to Native Americans stopped and the British out of Canada. War Hawk
An experienced officer that took charge of the Lawrence and won the most important US naval victory at Lake Erie. Oliver Hazard Perry
General Harrison pursued and beat the British at this battle in October. This victory put an end to the British threat to the Northwest. Battle of the Thames
The author of the US national anthem, which was inspired by seeing the US flag still flying at Fort McHenry. Francis Scott Key
This treaty ended the War of 1802. Treaty of Ghent
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