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social studies

radical people that take extreame political positions
judiciary act of 1801 appointed alot of judical judges
john marshall cheif of justice and made more than 1000 decisions
marbury v. madison justice of the peace for the distict of columbia
unconstitutional a right or unethical
judicial review where the judicails reveiw over the case
louisiana purchase a big purchise of land in 1803
meriwether lewis captian that led the lewis and clark expedition
william clark lieutenaut thst ehrmnt on th lews and clark expedition
lewis and clark expedition were lewis and clark travel north america
sacagawea an indian madin women that help lewis and clark on there voyage
zebulon pike the leader of hte pike mission
impressment to be impressed by somthing or someone
embargo noe one is aloud to go onto a foreign port
tecumse a shawnee cheif
war hawk the wastern british
OLIVER HAZARD PERRY a unexpected officer took charge of a port
battle of the thames a battle were the britiosh tryed to take some of our land and they lost
francis scott key washingtons lawyer
treaty of ghent ended the war of 1812
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