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Chp 11./ Histopray

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Industrial Revolution A time when factory machines replaced hand tools and large-scale manufacturing replaced farming as the main work.
Factory System System that brought many workers and machines together under one roof.
Samuel Slater Built first spinning mill in Rhode Island.
Lowell Mills Early factories in Massachussets that made cloth.
Interchangeable Parts Parts that are exactly alike.
Robert Fulton Inventor of the steamboat.
Samuel F.B. Morse Inventor of the Telegraph.
Eli Whitney Inventer of cotton gin.
Cotton Gin Invention that made the cotton-cleaning process easier.
Spirituals Religious folk songs sung by enslaved people.
Nat Turner Leader of a famous slave rebellion in 1831.
Nationalism The feeling of pride, loyalty, and protectiveness toward a country.
Henry Clay Speaker of the House of Representatives and political leader from Kentucky.
American System Clay's plan for economic development.
James Monroe President elected in 1816.
Sectionalism Loyalty to the intersets of one's own region rather than to the nation as a a whole.
Missouri Compromise Agreement that temporarily settled the issue of slavery in the territories.
Monroe Doctrine Warning to European nations not to interfere in the Americas.
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