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Samuel Slater British Textile worker who memorized how all systems worked and came to U.S.
Francis Cabot Lowell Employed girls from country side to Lowell Mills
Eli Whitney Mass production of Cotton Gin and Faster and easier production of Interchangeable parts to make repairs easier
Robert Fulton Cheap, convenient trade through the North to South moving Mississippi River by invention of steam boat
Samuel B Morse Invented Telegraph which Tied the country by faster and easier way of carrying messages
Henry Clay Contributed in Missouri Compromise, corrupt bargain, Tariff compromise of 1832, American system; Secretary of State from Kentucky
James Monroe 5th president who passed the Monroe Doctorine - forced Europeans to stay away
John Quincy Adams 6th president who was believed to be a Corrupt Bargain
Sequoya Cherokee leader who signed the treaty of New Echota
John C Calhoun S. Carolina senate under A. Jackson who believed in states’ rights and passed the Doctorine of Nullification
Andrew Jackson 7th president who was from the west known for common man, majority vote and spoils system but removed Indians by the Indian removal act and disliked nullification Act against tariffs of 1828.
Martin Van Buren 8th President who passed Laissez Faire to leave the business alone and have less interference.
Marbury v Madison Established Judicial Review
Gibbons v Ogden Only the congress had the power to make trade governing trade between states
McCullough v Maryland Said that the states could not tax the National banks
Worcester v Georgia Stated that only the federal government had the power to regulate issues with Native Americans
Industrial Revolution Started as an effect of the war of 1812 which people moved into cities and things were built in factories especially in the New England region
Lowell mills A factory where Francis Cabot Mills employed girls to work which was hard work
American system Henry Clay’s plan to make U.S. self sufficient by building an Infra structure (roads bridges canals)
Missouri comprise Missouri became slave state, Maine became free state; slavery was prohibited above N 36’ 30’ to keep balance of slave and free states
Monroe Doctorine Act to force Europeans to stay away from U.S.
Election of 1824 John Quincy Adams won
Election of 1828 Andrew Jackson won
Indian Removal Act Allowed federal government to pay Native Americans to move west of the Mississippi due to finding of gold
Trail of Tears Cherokee Indians’ trail to Oklahoma where 1/4 of 16,000 died
Tariff of Abominations Protective Tariff passed by President Jackson which contributed to building of roads and canals
Doctorine of Nullification Passed by John C Calhoun to states’ rights to nullify the Tariff of Abominations leading to lowering Tariff at the compromise Tariff of 1832
Jackson vs the National Bank Jackson didn’t like the National bank due to losing money and it liked the wealthy.
Panic of 1837 Caused by state banks issuing large amounts of bank notes which held little or no value, leading to economic depression
What happened to the Second Bank of the U.S. All government deposits were placed into state banks.
Reasons why Cherokees were forced to being moved President Jackson ignored the Supreme Court ruling in their favor, congress passed the Indian removal act and the treaty was signed for it.
Cotton gin Machine that quickly separates cotton fibers from their seeds, which led to great production of cotton, it enabled more Southerners to grow cotton in the west.
Mechanical reaper Invented by Cyrus McCormick which was a mechanical horse drawn reaping machine which speeded the process of harvesting crops
Steel Plow Invented by John Deere to break up tough soil without soil getting stuck to it.
Nationalism Americans had preserved independence and learned to cooperate which was the effect of the war of 1812
Sectionalism Different interests of one’s areas leading to civil war
Order of inventions Cotton gin, steamboat, mechanical reaper, steel plow, telegraph
Daniel Webstal Senator from Massachusetts against states rights
Robert Hayne South Carolina Senator who was for the states rights
Spirituals Religious folk song by slaves
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