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Unit 9 Test

March 19 Unit 9 Test

How did the construction of railroads and canals most benefit Northern Industry? Allowed faster movement of people and products
What did urbanization lead to? More immigrants in cities More pollution in major cities Division between classes
? Population shift to cities Inventions Expansion of slavery Slave Rebellions ? Immigration Factory system and reform movements
Which innovation was MOST responsible for the growth of industry during the 1800s? Steam power
Which of the following is a correct cause effect relationship for this era? Industrialism led to growth of cities
Eli Whitney's development of interchangeable parts had what impact on U.S. industry? Machinery, manufactured goods, goods be assembled quicker
What was the result of the Missouri Compromise? Sectional tensions between the North and South ended for a short time.
Railroads:________: urbanization:__________ Which word best fits as a negative consequence into both blanks? Pollution
What did industrialism lead to? Cotton gin Bessemer Steel Process Mechanical Reaper
Which of the following was a benefit of the free enterprise system in the U.S. during the 19th century? less dependence on foreign products
What were 3 economic changes in the U.S. as a result of the War of 1812? Increased industrial production Introduction of the American System Increased reliance on American manufactured goods
What was the economic policy of Laissez-faire? Adam Smith is considered the founder of modern economics. He claimed that individuals should be left to pursue their own economic self interests. Through this, all society would ultimately benefit. Additionally, the state should not interrupt the natural
What led to the U.S. becoming a top producer of steel? development of the Bessemer process
Increase number of factories: Increased use of steam power Improved transportation Blockade during the War of 1812
List 3 things that contribute to the establishment of the plantation system in the U.S. Invention of cotton gin Rich soil and long growing season Use of the Triangle Trade
1. Morse telegraph invented 2. Erie canal opened 3. First successful steamboat 4. War of 1812 3,4,2,1
What were some of the social implications of the new innovations in the years before the civil war? Discoveries contributed to increased immigration and an expansion of slavery
What was the most significant result of the Erie Canal? Commerce benefited from a means of faster transportation
What impact did the cotton gin have on society in the early 1800's? The ability of cleaning cotton quicker led to increased dependence on slavery.
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