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TermDefinition
Samuel Slater Saild to the u..s under a false name he was a slave that was not allowed to leave Britin
Industrial Revolution late 18th century Britain factories began replacing hand tools
Factory system a methode of production that brought many workers together in one building
Lowell Mills textile mills located in the factory town of Lowell Masst.
Interchangabel Parts a part that is exactly like an other part
Robert Fulton invented a ateam boat that could move aginst the current
Samuel F.B. Morse first deminstrated the telegraph with Morse code
Eli Whitney invented the Cotton Gin
Cotton Gin sepersted cotton seeds from the cotten made it easer in the slaves and made production faster
Spirituals religios folk songs
Nat Turner a rebellion leader
Natioanlism a feeling of pride twoard your country
Henry Clay represintative from Kentucky
American System a plan introdused in 1815 to make the U.S self-sufficient
Erie Canal aa water way connecting New York City and Buffalo New York
James Monroe a democratic-republican and the 5 president
Secionalism placing the interest of ones own religion infron of the interest of the whole nations
Missouri Compromis a law that maintained the balance between the free and slave states
Monroe Doctrine a ppolicy ofthe U.S. opposition to any European interference in the western hemosphere.
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