Embargo On the road to the War of 1812 the British expected an American

Embargo on the road to the war of 1812 the british

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Embargo On the road to the War of 1812, the British expected an American invasion of ________. Canada Tenskwatawa, otherwise known as the Prophet, was a brother of ________. Tecumseh In 1811 General William Henry Harrison defeated Native Americans at the Battle of ________. Tippecanoe During the War of 1812, the United States achieved early military successes on the ________. Great Lakes New England Federalists opposed to the War of 1812 organized the ________ to show their displeasure. Hartford Convention The Treaty of ________ ended the War of 1812. Ghent When Jefferson referred to a "fire bell in the night", he was talking about the issue of the ________. Expansion of slavery In 1816 Congress chartered a second ________. Bank of the United States The increasingly traveled road between Missouri and New Mexico was called the ________. Santa Fe Trail Pre-Civil War explorers called the Great Plains the ________. Great American Desert The presidency of James Monroe is often called the "era of ________". Good feelings The series of early presidents from the same state is called the ________. Virginia Dynasty To fulfill the position of secretary of war in his cabinet, James Monroe ultimately chose ________. John C. Calhoun
According to the terms of the Adams-On's Treaty of 1819, the United States surrendered its claims to ________. Texas The Missouri Compromise brought Missouri and ________ into the Union. Maine The inviolability of contracts was upheld in the Supreme Court case of ________. Fletcher v. Peck The Marshall Court strengthened the ability of Congress to regulate interstate commerce in the case of ________. Gibbons v. Ogden According to the rulings of the Marshall Court, Indian tribes were deemed to be ________ entities. Sovereign In 1823 the United States announced the ________ in order to prevent European nations from interfering with the development of new nation-states. Monroe Doctrine John Quincy Adams and Henry Clay were considered by many to have negotiated what is known as the "________ bargain" of 1824. Corrupt Andrew Jackson considered his victory in 1828 to be as complete and important as that of ________ in 1800. Jefferson

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