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G9 history Q4 CH9 II

nationalism a sense of pride and devotion to a nation
Henry Clay a U.S. representative from Kentucky who supported an emphasis on national unity
American System a series of measures intended to make the United States economically self-sufficient
Cumberland Road the first road built by the federal government
Erie Canal a waterway that ran from Albany to Buffalo, New York
Era of Good Feelings a U.S. era of peace, pride, and progress
sectionalism disagreement between leaders of different regions
Missouri Compromise an agreement that settled the conflict over Missouri’s application for statehood
John Quincy Adams chosen as president by the House of Representatives in 1824
Created by: mohamedelhussien