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Type Topic in here!. JEOPARDY. People. Battles. Lewis and Clark. Legal Stuff. Barbary Pirates. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 20. 20. 20. 20. 20. 30. 30. 30. 30. 30. 40. 40. 40. 40. 40. 50. 50. 50. 50. 50. The Federalist who was appointed Chief Justice by John Adams.

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Jeopardy

JEOPARDY

People

Battles

Lewis and Clark

Legal Stuff

Barbary Pirates

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The Federalist who was appointed Chief Justice by John Adams.


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Shawnee Indian leader who wanted to unite the Indian tribes into a confederacy in order to protect their land.


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American general and future president known for his victories against the Indians in the west.


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Man who was appointed judge by John Adams, but denied his appointment by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. He went on to sue Madison.


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American naval officer who led a raid on Tripoli to capture the US ship named the Philadelphia, which was being held for ransom.


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Probably the most famous battle of the war of 1812 that was actually fought a peace treaty was signed to end the war.


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The American victory in this battle gave America control of the Great Lakes


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The American victory at this battle prevented the British from supplying their troops who were trying to control the Hudson River


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Victory in this battle gave the US control of the Mississippi Territory and resulted in the natives being forced to give up much of their land and being forced to move west.


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This skirmish had no real winner, but after the battle British weapons were found at the deserted Indian settlement.


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This Shoshone woman, along with her husband, served as a guide and interpreter for Lewis and Clark.


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By purchasing Louisiana, the US increased its land area by this much.


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This was the main purpose of the Lewis and Clark expedition.


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One of the secondary purposes of the Lewis and Clark expedition was to find an all water route to this body of water.


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Lewis and Clark made drawings and collected samples of animal skeletons that were sent directly to this man.


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This legal concept of the courts deciding if a law was unconstitutional was established by the Supreme Court in Marbury v. Madison


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This law passed in 1801 reorganized the court system, giving John Adams the opportunity to pack the courts.


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This law, passed to try to protect American merchant ships and banning all trade with all foreign countries, was very unpopular in New England.


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This legal concept said that states had the right to withdraw from the US if the national government overstepped is power.


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This law forbad trade with Britain and France, but allowed trade with all other foreign nations.


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The Barbary States were all located along this coast.


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The Barbary States demanded an annual payment for protection from pirates. The payments were given this name.


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The US sent the navy to the Barbary states when this Barbary State demanded an increase in its annual payment.


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These two presidents decided it would be easier to make annual payments to the Barbary States than it would be to fight them.


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This ship and all of its crew members were captured and held for ransom during the war with the Barbary States.


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