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Social Studies vocab

TermDefinition
American System Henry Clay's plan for raising tariffs to pay for internal improvements such as better roads and canals
Cumberland Road first federal road project
Erie Canal Canal that ran from Albany to Buffalo New York: completed in 1825
Industrial Revolution period of rapid growth in the use of machines in manufacturing and production
Textiles cloth
Technology tools used to produce goods or to do work
Interchangeable parts each vital part that went into making the product would be made exactly the same
Mass Production the efficient production of large numbers of identical goods, with greater success
Trade unions organizations created by workers to improve working conditions
Strike the refusal to work until employers meet union demands
Transportation Revolution rapid growth in business across the country particularly by speed traveland
Clermont Fulton's odd-looking vessel
Clipper ship used many sails, used narrow hulls that sliced through the water
Telegraph sent pulses of electric current through a wire
Morse code Combinations of dots and dashes to create the alphabet
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