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Growth and Expansion

Ch. 10 Growth and Expansion 8th grade review

Patient gives legal rights to inventions
Sovereignty autonomous power
turnpike toll road
sectionalism loyalty to a region
canal artificial waterway
Invented the cotton gin Eli Whitney
Industrial Revolution changed the way people worked
Factory system manufactuting steps are bought together in one place
locks separate canal compartment where water levels are raised or lowered
corduroy roads roads consisting of logs laid side by side
Industrial Revolution changed how people worked
Census population count
Capital money for investment
interchangeable parts uniform parts
Steamboat developed by Robert Fulton
Where did changes in the way goods were made begin? Britain
Where did the American Industrial Revolution begin to take root? New England
How far west did the National Road go? Vandalia, Illlnois
American system called for a tariff to stimulate growth of American industries
Convention of 1818 set the official border between Canada and the United States
John Quincy Adams James Monroe's secretary of state
Andrew Jackson invaded Spanish East Florida
Daniel Webster favored the Tariff of 1816
Miguel Hidalgo Mexican revolutionary
Henry Clay negotiated the Missouri Compromise
Where did pioneer families tend to settle? in communities along the rivers
What was an example of U.S "military strength"? Adams-Onis Treaty
What was the population of the U.S 30 years after the first census? 10 million
What became the most important American foreign policy in 1823? Monroe Doctrine
Why did the period of national harmony end? regional differences
Created by: Hintze



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