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STAAR Prep/ Industrial Rev/Court Cases/Reform Movement

Machine invented by Eli Whitney that quickly and easily removed the seeds from cotton. This allowed slaves to use their time to pick more cotton, thus causing slavery to continue. Cotton Gin
Parts that could be used interchangeably in any machine or item that is the same (ex.guns). Interchangeable parts
A ship that is powered by steam. Steamboat
Man made waterway usually connected to existing lakes,rivers,or oceans. Canals
A road where a toll or fee is collected. Turnpike
First inexpensive industrial process for the mass production of steel. Bessemer steel process
The production of goods in the home; producing goods by hand. Cottage Industry
The production of goods in a factory setting with the use of machines. Factory system
New ways of doing things using the lastest technology. This usually improves the way people live and do things. Technological innovation
Development of a system that allows for the transporting of a large amount of people or goods. Transportation system
Movement of people from rural areas to cities. People moved to be closer to factories. Urbanization
Production of goods using machines in a factory setting. Industrialization
Establishing judicial review, the Supreme Court can rule a law unconstitutional. Marbury v. Madison
The Supreme Court ruled that national law is superior to state law. McCullouch v. Maryland
Supreme Court reiterated the idea that national law is superior to state law. Gibbons v. Ogden
The Supreme Court ruled that slaves are property and therefore have no rights as citizens. Dred Scott Decision
Social movement that called for the ban of alcohol sales and consumption. Temperance
Movement led by Dorothea Dix; called for mentally unstable people to be moved into facilities dedicated to their care. Prison reform
Horace Mann led the common school movement. This would allow all children to be educated in the same setting. Public education
People who called for an end to slavery. Abolitionist movement
Movement led by Elizabeth Cody Stanton and Lucretia Mott. They called for equal rights for women, including voting. Women's rights
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