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Cards in this guide (21)
A group of 48 settlers floated down the Ohio River on a flatboat named the

The Mayflower..

Napoleon sold the Louisiana Purchase because he needed

money

Who was The Secretary of State for President Monroe

John Quincy Adams was the very able Secretary of State for Monroe.

Andrew jackson was sent by president monroe into florida to attack the

Spain

One of the American ships the ran aground near Tripoli and was boarded by pirates

Philadelphia =D

this makes it so much easier dont it =P

The pro-slavery groups that went to Kansas to try to keep slavery legal there were called

(Border Ruffians)

The trail into the Northwest Territory along the Mohawk River Valley was known as the route

water level

Was the first to blaze a trail through the Cumberland Gap

''thomas walker''

For a time the Missouri Compromise settled the slavery question

true

Is a ban on trade with another country

An embargo

Who challenged Stephen Douglas in the Illinois senate race of 1858

(Abraham Lincoln)

The question about Missouri's admission to the Union and how it was solved was called the

missouri compromise

How did the size of the us change after the Louisiana purchase

the Louisiana purchase almost doubled the size of the united states during that time

A Native American trail through the Cumberland Gap along the banks of the Kentucky River was renamed what

wilderness road

What pathway was a natural gateway for pioneers moving into Kentucky and Tennessee

The pathway that is natural gateway for pioneers moving into Kentucky and Tennessee is the Cumberland Gap. It is a 12 mile wide natural gap in the Appalachian Mountain Range.

The Adams-onis treaty with Spain went into effect in 1800

The Adams-Onís Treaty with Spain went into effect in 1821.

Introduced a bill to Congress to organize the territories of Kansas and Nebraska

(Stephen A. Douglas)

Some historians consider the bloodshed over slavery in Kansas as the first battles of

(the Civial War)

What was the first state west of the Appalachian mountains to enter the union and when was the state admitted

Kentucky was the first state west of the Appalachians to be admitted to the Union, on June 1, 1792.

The isare located at the end of the Constitution

amendments

Until the issue of slavery arose in settlement of western lands went smoothly and national politics had not been involved.

Missouri

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