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american journey 10

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The industrial revolution started in Great Britain
The industrial revolution was strongest in this region of the U.S. New England
The national road ended in Vandalia, Illinois
Pioneers usually migrated west in Families
This man did not like high tariffs because he believed it hurt the south John C. Calhoun
This set the official border between Canada and the U.S. Convention of 1818
This said that the U.S. would not allow future colonization by any European powers in the West. Monroe Doctrine
INventor of the cotton gin Eli Whitney
He proposed the Missouri compromise Henry Clay
Money for investment capital
Another name for uniform pieces interchangeable parts
tax on imported goods tariff
Right to have all rights for an invention patent
powered river travel steamboats
Clinton's ditch Erie Canal
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