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Samuel Slater First factory; built steam engine from Memory
Great Famine Promoted massive immigration during 1840s
Lydia Maria Child Author of The Frugal Housewife
Cumberland Road Congress funded its construction as an alternative to turnpikes
Transcendentalism Freedom an open-ended process of self-realization relying on individual judgement
Nativism Feared the impact of immigration on American political and social life
Commonwealth V. Hunt Organizing into unions or striking is not inherently illegal
Eli Terry Clockmaker who pioneered "American system" of manufacturing
Dartmouth College V. Woodward Corporate charters are contracts; later state legislatures cannot rescind
Erie Canal 363-mile route promoted the rapid rise of the West
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