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Person who goes to another country to live
Bringing water to dry lands in order to grow plants
Practice of forcing people into military service. This was a major cause that led us into the War of 1812.
A person who agrees to work without wages for a period of time in exchange for passage to the Colonies.
Gathering of New England delegates during the War of 1812 to protest the war by threatening to secede from the Union.
Act of publishing a statement that may unjustly damage a persons reputation.
Idea that government should play as little role as possible in business.
Young women who worked in the Lowell Mills in Massachusetts during the Industrial Revolution.
Laws that were designed to separate people of different races in public places in the South.
Jim Crow Laws
An 1854 law that established the territories of Kansas and Nebraska and giving settlers there the right of Popular Sovereignty to decide on the issue of slavery
Soldier who fights for pay for a foreign country.
English document that said Kings and Queens had to obey the law and people had basic rights
Foreign policy document that said European countries had to stay out of the Western Hemisphere.
Belief that America should spread across the continent from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
1819 Supreme Court case that said states had no right to interfere with federal institutions within their borders.
McCulloch v Maryland
Pride or devotion in ones country.
A natural waterway through or across North America.
Law that allowed Americans to carry on trade with all countries except England and France.
A 1793 statement by Washington that said the US would not get involved in European wars.
The act passed by South Carolina that declared the 1832 tariff illegal and said that if they felt a law was unconstitutional then they did not have to obey it.
A formal written request.
An act or decision that sets an example for others to follow.
A tax required before a person could vote.
A principle of the Constitution that the people have the right to create, alter or abolish their government.
A movement to reform the Catholic Church in the 1500’s that led to the creation of many different churches.
Loyalty to ones area in a country.
Person who rents a plot of land and farms in in exchange for a share of the crop.
Practice of rewarding political supporters with government jobs.
An 1848 meeting at which leaders of the women’s rights movement called for equal rights for women.
Seneca Falls Convention
Whiskey Rebellion: Farmers in Penn rebelled bc of the excise tax (whiskey). Washington sent the troops to crush the rebellion. PROVED THE NEW GOV’T was.
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States’ Rights The belief that the state’s interests should take precedence over the interests of the national government Nullification The political belief.
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