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Chapter 11 Vocab SS

Samuel Slater Sailed to the U.S. under a false name
Industrial Revolution Factory machines replaced hand tools, and large-scale manufacturing
Factory System Brought many workers and machines together under one roof
Lowell Mills Textile mills in the village
Interchangeable Parts Parts that are exactly alike
Robert Fulton Invented a steamboat that could move against the current or strong wind
Samuel F. B. Morse First demonstrated his telegraph
Eli Whitney Invented a machine to clean cotton
Cotton Gin Made cotton cleaning process far more efficient
Spirituals Religious folk songs
Nat Turner Led the most famous rebellion
Nationalism Is a feeling of pride loyalty and protectiveness toward your country
Henry Clay Was a strong nationalist
American System Henry Clays plan
Erie Canal Created a water route between New York City and Buffalo, New York
James Monroe Won the presidency in 1816
Sectionalism Loyalty to the interests of your own region or section of the country
MIssouri Compromise Clays plan
Monroe Doctrine Monroe issued this statement
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