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People who lost land for supporting the British.

Loyalists

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River on which the U.S. lost the right of deposit.

Mississippi

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  1. Refused to leave forts in the western U.S.

Great Britain

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  1. Financial situation after the Revolution.

Recession

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Violent ineident in Massachusetts over debt.

shays rebellion

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Site of meeting over revising the Articles.

Philadelphia

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Income from section of a townships was used for this.

Public school

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Kept a written record of the Convention's proceedings.

James Madison

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Proposed the small state plan.

William Paterson

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  1. Proposed the Great Compromise.

Roger Sherman

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Means the people elect officials to run the country.

Representative democracy

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Means there are levels of government.

Federal system

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  1. Means there are three branches of government.

Separation of power

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  1. Means each branch has power but not unlimited.

Checks n balances

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  1. Means we can change the Constitution.

Amending

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Process of sending Constitution to the states to accept or not.

Ratification

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The Federalist authors were John Jay, James Madison and?

Alexander Hamilton

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The first state to accept the Constitution.

Delaware

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The second state to accept the Constitution.

Pennsylvania

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The great compromise

The large states liked the plan to amend the articles. the Small states didn't. Ben Franklin formed a committee. They agreed On the 3 branches. There was a plan proposed to keep all but 5 articles.

  • Majority of the deregates thought revising wouidn't work Roger Sherman proposed a compromise on representation

  • There was to b one house one with representation by population and one where all States were equal.

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3/5 compromise

-each slave would count for 3/5 of a person for taxation and representation purposes

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The one sentence introduction to the Constitution.

Preamble

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The presiding officer of the House of Representatives

The speaker

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The ordinary presiding officer of the Senate. d

Vice President

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Represents the people by population. a

House of reps

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Represents the people equally.

The senate

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Talking a bill to death.

Filibuster

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Meaning of impeachment.

Bring to trial (to kick out)

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  1. Does most of the work on bills.

Committees

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The president's ability to say no to a bill.

Vetoe

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The House of Representatives must begin this type of bill.

Money

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All of the following are Federal courts except

Magistrate

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The term of a Supreme Court Justice is

Life

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Supreme Court has original jurisdiction over

Cases involving a state

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The number of Justices today are

9

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The requirements for being a federal judge are

None

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Treaty which ended the War of 1812.

French Revolution

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Building this capital was part of a compromise on war debt.

Washington

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The first Secretary of the Treasury.

Alexander Hamilton

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Native Americans were defeated by this general.

Gen Anthony wayne

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tax on things that are not necessary.

Excise tax

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Unpopular treaty with Great Britain.

Jay treaty

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Popular treaty with Spain.

Pinckney

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This received early support in the U.S., but faded later.

Ghent

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Not happy about westward expansion.

Native Americans

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Three French men asking for a bribe to negotiate.

XYZ affair

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How did the National Anthem come to be written

During when Fort McHenry was being attacked by the British

  • Scott Key- a man captured by the British write the peon "The Stars Spangled Banner" describing how the flag was still standing and the the war

  • he gave the poem to his brother in law who transferred it to be a National Anthem today

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how did the us come to buy the louisiana territory?

Napoleon decided to give up his plans for Louisiana, and offered a surprised Monroe and Livingston the entire territory of Louisiana for $15 million.

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What happened in the Lewis and Clark expedition

After the Louisiana Purchase Treaty was made, Jefferson initiated an exploration of the newly purchased land and the territory beyond the "great rock mountains" in the West

  • they mapped uncharted land, rivers, and mountains in their journals

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Means to ignore a law.

Nullify

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Senate debate over states' rights and nullification.

Webster- Hayne

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Said Jackson could use army and navy to enforce laws.

Force bill

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Their land was desired by White farmers in the South.

5 civilized trives

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Won a lawsuit in the Supreme Court; lost their land anyway.

Cherokee

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Journey of the Cherokee to Oklahoma.

Trail of Tears

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Means to leave the country.

Secede

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Blamed for the Depression which started in 1837.

Martin van Buren

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The political party opposed to Andrew Jackson.

The Whigs

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First President to die in office.

William Henry Harrison

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First Vice President to move up to President.

John Tyler

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Possibly the first presidential campaign slogan.

"Tippercanoe n Tyler too"

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Ending slavery over a longer period of time.

Gradualism

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Land purchased in Africa by Amer. Colonization Society.

Liberia

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William L. Garrison's newspaper.

The Liberator

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Founder of the American Anti-Slavery Society.

William Lloyd Garrison

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Former male slave who wrote is autobiography.

Fredrick Douglas

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Former female slave giving powerful talks against slavery.

Sojourner Truth

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Very successful agent in bringing American to Texas.

Stephen Austin

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Unused mission defended till death by Americans.

The Alamo

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The Idea that the US was to go from Atlantic to Pacific was

Manifest Destiny

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This caused the Us intially not to annex Texas

Slavery

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Nominee who made annexing Texas a major campaign issue was

James K Polk

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Land claim that was settled peacefully with Great Britain was

Oregon

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River that Mexico claimed as the boundary of Texas

Nueces

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A low tariff which raises money for the government.

Revenue

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The most successful canal

Erie Canal

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First National Highway

Cumberland

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Invented the first steamboat

Robert Fulton

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Built the first textile machines in the U.S.

Sam Slater

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Put up the money for the first textile factory in the U.S.

Moses Brown

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Built textile factories all over New England.

Francis G Lowell

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The first national steamboat

Clermont

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Invented the first successful train engine in the U.s.

Peter Copper

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Name of the First Engine

Tom Thumb

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Invented the telegraph and Morse code

Samuel Morse

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Vetoed a bill for US funding of transportation developments.

James Madison

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Invented the Cotton Gin

Eli Whitney

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Became the main crop of the South

Cotton

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Had all the wealth and power in the South.

Planter elite

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Ordinary farmers, maybe a few or no slaves.

Yeoman Farmers

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  1. At the bottom of the ladder in the south.

Slaves

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  1. Country that could have protected the independent in S.A.

Great Britain

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Allowed to private construction companies of roads.

Change in toll

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Led the first major slave uprising.

Gabriel Prosser

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State with the first miles of railroad track in the country was

Maryland

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Free Southern Black accused of planning a slave revolt and executed

Denmark Vesey

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explain the background and the contents of the Monroe Doctrine

best known U.S. policy toward the Western Hemisphere.

  • delivered to Congress by President James Monroe in December 1823, warns European nations that Further colonization of the Americas by European countries is prohibited.

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What was Eli Whitney's intent on the effects of the Cotton Gin on the South

His intent was to make a more effective t way to produce mass amounts of cotton without the use of slaves

  • he wanted to make a machine to do all the work and it worked, but it instead caused an upbringing of more demeaned cotton and more slaves

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Missouri Compromise

an agreement in 1820 between pro-slavery and anti-slavery factions in the United States concerning the extension of slavery into new territories

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Idea that people would vote to be slave or free.

Popular Sovereignty

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