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Chapter 11 Vocab KL

Brought the English technology of water powered mills to America. Samuel Slater
The period of time where America's factories and technology increased. Industrial Revolution
When factories and people work together. factory system
Textile mills that women worked in and were successful. Lowell mills
Parts that are exactly alike. interchangeable parts
Invented a powerful steamboat that travels up river. Robert Fulton
Invented the telegraph. Samuel F. B. Morse
Invented the cotton gin. This improved plantation productions. Eli Whitney
A machine that takes the seeds out of cotton. cotton gin
Religious folk songs. spirituals
A slave rebel in Virginia. His rebel was eventually was stopped and Turner was hanged. Nat Turner
The feeling of pride, loyalty, protectiveness towards your country. nationalism
A member of the House who was a strong nationalist. Henry Clay
A plan made by Henry Clay that was made to strengthen the economy. It included three parts. American system
A water route between New York City and Buffalo, New York. Erie Canal
The president in 1816. Had a good presidency. James Monroe
The loyalty for you part or section of the country. sectionalism
A compromise that banned slavery above the 36 parallel. Missouri Compromise
A statement by Monroe that said Americans were closed to further colonization. Monroe Doctrine
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