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mrs t's 7.1 -7.2 vocab and 7.2 -7.3 lessons

Francis Cabot Lowell built a mill that had all the machinery to turn raw cotton into finished cloth
samuel slater created the first successful textile mill in the United States
eli whitney inventor of the cotton gin and interchangeable parts
samuel fb morse inventor of the telegraph
This invention sent electrical signals through a wire telegraph
This was invented by James Hargraves, a machine that could spin several threads at once the spinning jenny
This allowed unskilled workers to produce products quicker and cheaper interchangeable parts
The movement of the population from rural areas to the cities urbanization
factory system brought workers and machines together in one place to produce goods
industrial revolution was the gradual process by which machines replaced hand tools
demand is the readiness of people to purchase goods or services
This was made up of the wealthy families in the South whose views and way of life dominated the South cottonocracy
trade unions were organized at first by artisans to help to improve their working conditions
slave codes These laws created in the south to keep slaves from running away or rebelling
The amount of goods available to sell is supply
what group of people was seen as an economic threat and viewed as inferior in every way; and also attended separate schools or did not attend school at all free blacks and slaves
despite being free African Americans in the 19th century south they were often restricted in all ways except they could own slaves
what was the effect of development of the cotton industry in the south and the manufacturing industry in the north have on the united states created two economic zones, the north had industry and paid workers; the south based on agriculture and slave labor
the invention of the cotton gin affected american society in the early 1800's with the ability to rapidly clean cotton which led to the expansion of plantations and slavery
in what way did slavery indirectly impact the population of the north most immigrants settled in the north because slaves met most of the need for artisans, mechanics, and labors in the south
what economic impact did slavery have on the south the southern economy grew increasingly dependent upon "king cotton"
the north's desire for free labor, high tariffs and a strong federal government went against the south's desire for slavery and free labor, low tariffs and states' rights
what contributed to the economic growth of the 19th century south suitable soil for planting and cultivating cotton
during the 19th century this social issue had the support of the leaders of the women's rights' movement the abolition movement
Elizabeth Cady Stanton believed that young women need an education to encourage independence
the leaders of the women's rights movement at Seneca Falls wanted the right to vote
Dorothea Dix, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott and the Grimke sisters all were important reformers
Fredrick Douglas supported what reform movement abolition
prison reform, women's suffrage, and the temperance movement all were started because of the second great awakening
the second great awakening had an emphasis on free will
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