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chapter 11vocabulary

chapter 11 vocab

industrial revolution in late 18th century Britain, factory machines began replacing hand tools and manufacturing replaced farming as the main form of work.
factory system a method of production that brought many workers and machines together into one building.
lowell mills textile mills located in the factory town of Lowell, Massachusetts, found in 1826
interchangeable parts a part that is exactly like another part.
cotton gin a machine invented in 1793 that cleaned cotton much faster and far more efficiently than human workers.
spirituals religious folk songs
nationalism a feeling of pride, loyalty, and protectiveness toward one's country.
American system a plan introduced in 1815 to make the United States economicaly self-sufficient.
sectionalism the placing of the interests of one's own religion ahead of the interests of the nation as a whole.
Missouri Compromise a series of laws enacted in 1820 to maintain the balance of power between slave states and free states.
Monroe Doctine a policy of U.S. opposition to any European interference in the Western Monroe in 1823.
Samuel Slater sailed to the U.S. under a false name.
Rabert Fulton invented a steamboat that could move against the current or strong wind.
Samuel F.B. Morse 1st demonstrated his telegraph. This machine sent long and short pulses of electricity along a wire.
Eli Whitney invented a machine for cleaning cotton in 1793
Nat Turner led the most famous rebellion in Virginia in 1831.(slave rebellion.)
Henry Clay a Representative from Kentucky, was a strong nationalists.
Erie Canal completed in 1825, this waterway connected New York City and Buffalo, New York.
James Monroe Democratic-Republican, won the presidency in 1816 with a large majority of electoral votes.
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