Agreement in which Spain gave up all of Florida to the United States
law that prohibited American merchants from trading with other countries
gathering of New Englanders to protest the War of 1812 by threatening to secede from the Union
the 1803 purchase of the Louisiana Territory from France to America
Macon's Bill Number Two
Stop trading with the enemy of the country that first lifted its trade restrictions
An Offer to restore trade with the first warring country that lifted its trade restrictions.
Treaty of Fort Greenville
the indians surrendered all rights to the southern half of ohio
Treaty of Ghent
treaty that ended the war of 1812
powers the Constitution grants or delegates to the national government
the forcible seizure of men for military service
the power of the courts to declare laws unconstitutional
Gibbons v. Ogden
Regulating interstate commerce is a power reserved to the federal government
Marbury v. Madison
Court decision that maintained "it is emphatically the province and duty of the judicial department to say what the law is."
McCulloh v. Maryland
prohibited states from taxing agencies of the federal government, established a national bank
John Quincy Adams
secretary of state under James Monroe who won Florida from Spain
revolutionary in Latin America
Vice President Accused of treason
Explorer of the Louisiana Territory
War Hawk form Kentucky who became speaker of the house
American Hero of the Battle of the Horseshoe Bend
Francis Scott Key
Author of the National Anthem
Oliver Hazard Perry
Resourceful naval captain who defeated the British fleet
"Mad Antony" Wayne
Won a major battle in Ohio against the Indians
Powerful leader of France
William Henry Harrison
The Indian Territory governor who defeated the Prophet
Third President of the US
Explorer of the Louisiana Territory
President who oversaw the War of 1812
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
Explorer of Great Plains
Indian who attacked whiskey and the white man's ways
One of the greatest Indian Leaders in North American History
The twelfth Amendment
Separated the ballots for the president and vice president
North African region that raided American shipping and demanded ransom
The city that British captured after they won the Battle of Bladensburg
Battle of New Orleans
Stunning victory Americans won against British regulars after the war was over.
What region did the US government buy as a result of the Adams-Onis Treaty with Spain?
Jeffersonian Republicans strongly supported
The "revolution of 1800"
political victory of the Republicans
Sacajawea was an Indian:
assistant to Lewis and Clark
Why was Tecumseh a threat to the US?
He attempted to unite the Indian tribes into one region
Chesapeake affair immediate result:
The Embargo Act
This event occurred last:
War of 1812
What advantage did the US enjoy at the beginning of the War of 1812?
British involvement in the Napoleonic Wars
Why was the USS Constitution called "Old Ironsides"
Enemy cannonballs bounced off its side
During what British attack did an American general surrender his entire force without a fight?
Siege of Detroit
Battle of Lake Erie
Was an outstanding victory by a makeshift American Fleet
What well designed for prevented the British from capturing Baltimore?
What event lead to the death of the federalist party?
The president during "the Era of Good Feelings?"
What treaty established a permanently disarmed region on America's northern border?
Main provision of the Monroe Doctrine?
No European country could intervene in the WEstern Hemisphere.
T/F Thomas Jefferson was a devout Christian.
T/F Chief Justice John Marshall supported federalist views even when congress and the presidency were dominated by Republicans.
T/F Andrew Jackson exceeded his orders when he captured the capital of Florida.
T/F Captain Oliver Hazard Perry once said, "Fight her till she sinks, and don't give up the ship."
T/F The US entered the War of 1812 with almost a quarter of a million troops.
T/F Harrison inadvertently helped his enemy the prophet when he asked the Indians to demand a sign.
T/F The Indians did not understand the concept of private property.
T/F The government under Thomas Jefferson purchased a tract of land that was larger than the entire US.
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