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Unit 7

8th grade

QuestionAnswer
Causes of War of 1812 Impressment, British support of American Indians, British interference with American Trade
Transition of population from rural to urban areas More stable factory jobs in the urban areas
Characteristics of the Era of Good Feelings Nationalistic Spirit, Little party differences, War was over
Effects of the Erie Canal New York City became largest port/city, cheaper and faster shipping of products, connected East to West
Early Industrialization Factors Plenty of people for labor, plenty of capital or money, Improved transportation
How did the War of 1812 contribute to Industrialization? British cut off all trade - goods greatly decreased
The Cotton Gin contributed to .... Planters buying more land and raising more cotton, plantations increased in the south, slavery increased and became more profitable
What was significant about Gibbons v. Ogden? The Supreme Court determined that the federal government regulated interstate commerce (trade)
What came out of the cases Marbury v. Madison, McCulloch v. Maryland, and Gibbons v. Ogden? The federal government's power increased
Inventions such as interchangeable parts, cotton gin, power looms, and steam engines resulted in... Mass production of goods in a more efficient way
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