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Chapter 11 review

Industrial Revolution In the late 18th century Britain, factory machines began replacing hand tools and manufacturing replaced farming as the main form of work.
Robert Fulton Invented a steamboat that could move against the current or a strong wind.
Samuel F. B. Morse Invented the telegraph
Lowell Mills Textile mills located in the factory town of Massachusetts founded in 1826.
Eli Whitney Invented a machine for cleaning cotton in 1793.
Cotton Gin A machine invented in 1793 that cleaned cotton much faster and far more efficiently than human workers.
The American System A plan introduced in 1815 to make the United States economically self sufficient.
Erie Canal Completed in 1825, this water way that connected New York City and Buffalo, New York
James Monroe Democratic-Republican who won the presidency in 1816 with a large majority of electoral votes.
Nationalism A feeling of pride, loyalty, and protectiveness toward one's country.
Sectionalism The placing of the interest of one's own region ahead of the interests of a nation as a whole.
Missouri Compromise A series of laws enacted in 1820 to maintain balance of power between slave states and free states.
Monroe Doctrine A policy of U.S. opposition to any European interference in the Western Hemisphere.
Era of Good Feelings During he Monroe presidency, nationalist feelings spread through the nation and along with it came a strong federal government.
Cause of Monroe Doctrine The cause of the Monroe Doctrine was caused by the nation being threatened by sectionalism towards other countries, therefore James Monroe created the Monroe Doctrine stopping further colonization at the time to help the peace and safety of the nation.
IN your opinion was the Monroe Doctrine a positive or negative piece of legislature? Use evidence to support your answer. I believe that at he time the Monroe doctrine was a negative piece of legislature due to the fact that it halted further colonization and stopped the growth of a nation that was thriving on growing and expanding
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