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Unit 8 and 9 Review

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TermDefinition
Effects of War of 1812 U.S. manufacturing increased due to being blocked from trading with Europe/Britain.
Cotton Gin Resulted in people planting more cotton, resulted in more slaves.
Industrial Revolution Era A time when America builds Factories.
Free Enterprise Economy driven by profit and competition and little government intervention.
Women Got jobs outside their homes in textile mills.
Canals Man made rivers, transportation of goods became faster, price of goods dropped, and cities grew.
Steamboats and Railroads Resulted in faster and more efficient transportation of goods, the prices of goods decreased.
Telegraph Invention used to communicate rapidly over long distances.
Urbanization people move from rural farm areas to cities to work in factories, city populations explode.
Immigration Irish immigrants came to U.S. because of potato famine, immigrants worked in factories and on Transcontinental Railroad
2nd Great Awakening Movement to encourage people to be more religious, resulted in people wanting social reform, to change America for the better.
Temperance Movement Movement to get Americans to drink less or no alcohol, women involved in this group
Abolitionist People who worked to end slavery, either by writing, speaking, or a conductor; Harriet Beecher Stowe, Frederick Douglass.
Women's Rights Movement Seneca Falls Convention called for women's suffrage, Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton
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