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3.2: Jeffersonian Era (7th)
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US president at the time of the Louisiana Purchase who set precedent for the US to acquire new land.
Land exchange between France and the US that resulted in nearly doubling the US' size and gave access to the Mississippi River.
Belief that Americans had the right to settle westward and spread democracy.
Skirmish between British and US ships that resulted in the US expelling British ships from its waters and led to an embargo.
Democratic-Republican who served as president during the War of 1812.
Battle of Tippecanoe
Military battle between US forces and Tecumseh's alliance of Native Americans that resulted in Tecumseh allying with the British against the US in the War of 1812,
Members of Congress who pushed for the US to declare war on Great Britain in order to defend US neutrality.
Battle of Lake Erie
Military battle during the War of 1812 in which Oliver Hazard P.erry broke British control over the Great Lakes.
A military tactic in which a string of ships patrol coastal areas to block ports, as the British did to the US during the War of 1812.
A government's ban on trade with another nation.
French emperor who sold the Louisiana territory to the United States in 1803.
Patriotic loyalty to a nation, which increased is a result of the US' performance in the War of 1812.
US General who commanded US forces that defended New Orleans during the War of 1812.
Lewis and Clark Expedition
Leaders of the Corps of Discovery who explored the northwest section of the Louisiana Purchase to determine its economic use.
US Army captain's exploration of the southwestern Louisiana Purchase.
Battle of New Orleans
War of 1812 battle fought after the Treaty of Ghent was signed and is considered the greatest American land victory in the war.
Treaty of Ghent
Peace agreement between Great Britain and the US that ended the War of 1812.
McCulloch v. Maryland
US Supreme Court case that reinforced federal authority deciding states could not tax the federal government.
Gibbons v. Ogden
US Supreme Court case that reinforced the federal government's authority to regulate interstate trade.
Shawnee leader who resisted US settlement in the Northwest Territory.
An act passed by Congress in 1807 that banned trade between the United States and other nations.
The act of forcing soldiers into involuntary military service that is considered a cause of the War of 1812.
Worcester v. Georgia
US Supreme Court case that asserted the federal government's authority over Native American sovereignty.
War of 1812
War between Great Britain and the US that reinforced US independence and resulted in an increase in US manufacturing and nationalism.
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