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Chapter 11

factory machines replaced hand tools, and large-scale manufacturing replaced farming as the main form of work Industrial Revolution
invented a steamboat that could move against the current and strong winds Robert Fulton
invented the telegraph Samuel F.B. Morse
textile mills in the village employed farm girls that live in company-owned boardhouses Lowell Mills
invented a machine for cleaning cotton Eli Whitney
made the cotton-cleaning process far more effective Cotton Gin
a plan introduced to make the United States economically self-sufficient that had three parts: 1) establish a protective tariff 2) establish a national bank 3) improve the country's transportation systems American System
a water route created created between New York City and Buffalo Erie Canal
a Democratic-Republican who won the presidency with a large majority of electoral votes James Monroe
a feeling of pride towards one's country nationalism
loyalty to the interests of your own region or section of the country, rather than the nation as a whole sectionalism
a plan that suggested Missouri be admitted as a slave state, and Maine as a free state the Missouri Compromise
a statement that was made saying the Americans were closed to any further colonization Monroe Doctrine
political differences gave way to this Boston newspaper called... The Era of Good Feelings
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