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“T” TermsMore “T” Terms “U” Terms “V-Z” Terms Random People Random Movements $100 $200 $300 $400 $500
Person who betrays his or her country.
Communication device that sends electrical signals along a wire. The signals are decoded in to words using a code language developed by Samuel Morse.
A 1773 law that let the British East India Co. bypass tea merchants and sell directly to colonists.
Forced journey of Indians from Georgia to a region west of the Mississippi River during which thousands of Indians died.
Trail of Tears
Agreement at the Constitutional Convention that said 3/5ths of slaves could count toward population.
A tax on imports
Colonial trade route between New England, the West Indies and Africa.
Campaign against the sale and use of alcohol.
1767 law that taxed glass, paper lead, paint and tea.
1828 tariff that favored the manufacturing North but hurt farmers in the South.
Tariff of Abominations
Not allowed by the Constitution.
Process of a populations shift from farms to cities.
Network of abolitionists who secretly helped slaves escape to freedom.
A novel written by Hariet Beecher Stowe to show the evils of slavery and the injustices of the Fugitive Slave Act.
Uncle Toms Cabin
Samuel Wilson supplied meat to the American Army during the War of The barrels were marked with US. What was Mr. Wilson’s nick name?
To reject something like when a president rejects a law.
British search warrant used to search colonists without reason.
Writ of Assistance
1794 protest over a tax on all liquor made and sold in the United States.
Site of Colonial Army camp where they suffered through a long hard winter.
A 1797 French attempt to get a bribe from the US before the French would discuss ending the process of seizing American ships.
President who told Europe that the Western Hemisphere was off limits to further colonization.
Leader of the American Navy during the Revolutionary War who refused to surrender even though his ship was sinking.
John Paul Jones
George Mason of Virginia refused to sign the Constitution because it did not include what?
Bill of Rights
The first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. He was a staunch Federalist and presided over the Marbury V Madison case.
Former slave who spoke against slavery.
Religious movement in the English the early colonies in 1700’s. It caused many people to form new churches.
Dynamic religious movement that swept the country in the early 1800’s. It stressed free will rather than predestination.
Second Great Awakening
Movement to end slavery.
This movement to ban the sale and consumption of alcohol was led by a feeling that alcohol was ruining the American family.
This man led the movement to reform education in America.
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