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Chapter11 Vocab.JH:)

1789, he sailed to he United States under false name. He wanted to go to the U.S to share a secret, which was that Britain didn't want any countries to have a textile . Samuel Slater
When factory machines replaced hand tools, and large-scale manufacturing replaced farming as the main form of work. industrial revolution
This bought many workers and machines together under one roof. factory system
These were textile mills in a village that employed girls who lived in a company-owned boarding house. Lowell mills
Parts that are exactly alike. interchangeable parts
He invented a steamboat that could move a against a strong stream or river. Robert Fulton
1837, he was the first person to demonstrate a telegraph. Samuel F.B. Morse
He invented a machine for cleaning cotton in 1793. Eli Whitney
This made the cotton-cleaning process far more efficient. cotton gin
Religious folk songs. spirituals
A famous rebellion agianst slavery led by a slave in Virginia in 1822. Nat Turner
A feeling of pride, loyalty, and protectiveness toward your country. nationalism
A representative from Kentucky who was a strong nationalist. Henry Clay
This plan included 3 main actions, and was proposed by Henry Clay. American System
Completed in 1825, this created a water route between New York City and Buffalo, New York. Erie Canal
He was a Democratic-Republican who won the presidency of 1816, with a majority of electoral votes. James Monroe
Loyalty to the intrests of your own region or section of the country, rather than to the nation as a whole. Sectionalism
1820, this kept the balance of power in the Senate between the slave states and free states. Missouri Compromise
December 1832, This said that Americans were closed to further colonization. Monroe Doctrine
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