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1. In 1801, President Jefferson sent ships to the northern coast of which continent after the ruler there declared war by chopping down the flag pole of the American consulate? (1 point) Asia Africa South America Australia 2. What prohibited trade with another country? (1 point) Embargo Act smuggling impressment neutral rights 3. Who urged Native Americans to return to the customs of their ancestors? (1 point) Tecumseh Blue Jacket the Prophet Tippecanoe 4. The president was pressured to declare war on G
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anonymous
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sa embargo act tecumseh
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