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30 Cards in this Set

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Judicial Review
this power allows the Supreme Court to declare an act of Congress to be unconstitutional
Thomas Jefferson
Third President of the United States
William Marbury
was a a presidential appointee who did not receive his commission because Jefferson would not allow it
John Marshall
The chief justice of the Supreme Court
Marbury v. Madison
declared the Judiciary Act of 1789 unconstitutional thus truly establishing the concept of judicial review
Napoleon Bonaparte
The leader of France in 1800
Louisiana Purchase
The size of the United States almost doubled with this 15 million dollar purchase
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Lewis & Clark Expedition
a group of men led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark were chosen by Jefferson to explore the west
an American Indian guide who helped Lewis and Clark on their expedition
Zebulon Pike
sent on a mission by Jefferson to find the starting point of the Red River
the practice of forcing people to serve in the Army or Navy
a banning of trade
Embargo Act
the law banned trade with foreign countries
Non-Intercourse Act
-only banned trade with Britain, France & their colonies
-we would start trading with the first country that stopped violating our neutrality
One of the most influential and talented American Indian leaders of that time period
Battle of Tippecanoe
William Henry Harrison led the U.S. and destroyed Tecumseh's village
War Hawks
members of Congress who favored war (against Great Britain)
James Madison
4th President of the United States
Oliver Hazard Perry
American Naval Commander at the Battle of Lake Erie
The Battle of Lake Erie
U.S. Naval victory that gave the U.S. new hope
Battle of Thames
Broke British power on the Northwest Frontier and secured the U.S. border with Canada
Red Eagle
Leader of the Creek Indians
Andrew Jackson
a future US President who led US forces to victory in the Battle of New Orleans
Battle of Horseshoe Bend
A convincing victory for Jackson over the Creeks
Battle of New Orleans
Jackson and his U.S. troops won a decisive victory over the British
Hartford Convention
-New England Federalists gathered here to oppose the war
-This cost the Federalist much of their political power
Treaty of Ghent
ended the war of 1812
War of 1812
a war between the U.S. and Britain..