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Forging the National Economy (1790-1860)

Forging the National Economy (1790-1860)

Forging the National Economy (1790-1860). Chapter 14. A. The Westward Movement. Westward moving population Alleghenies Ohio Valley Incredibly hard life Isolated Ill-informed Dangerous Superstitious. Mythical, lone-wolf figures. Natty Bumpo Captain Ahab.

By Gabriel
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Technology in America

Technology in America

Technology in America. www.themegallery.com. Early 19th Century. 2. Late 19th Century. Mid 20th Century. Introduction. 3. 5. 1. Early 20th Century. Late 20th Century. 4. 6. Contents. Technology.

By art
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North and South

North and South

North and South. Southern Cotton Kingdom. Rise of the Cotton Kingdom. Most Southerners lived along the Atlantic coast in Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina in what became known as the U pper South. By 1850 the South had changed.

By gaia
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Industrial Revolution Timeline

Industrial Revolution Timeline

Industrial Revolution Timeline. George Washington. 1789 Samuel Slater leaves England and brings Richard Arkwright’s spinning machine designs to America . This introduces the factory system in America 1793

By xena
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Civil War And Reconstruction

Civil War And Reconstruction

Civil War And Reconstruction . Lisa Gamble Symsonia Ele. 5 th Grade. Flags Of Civil War. Eli Whitney. Cotton Gin Textile Mills Increased Demand for enslaved workers. Differences That Divide The North and South. Different Ways of making a living North gets rich from southern cotton

By keren
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Explain the significance of cotton and the cotton gin to the South. Describe what life was like for free and enslaved Af

Explain the significance of cotton and the cotton gin to the South. Describe what life was like for free and enslaved Af

Objectives. Explain the significance of cotton and the cotton gin to the South. Describe what life was like for free and enslaved African Americans in the South. Terms and People. cotton gin – a machine that used a spiked cylinder to remove seeds from cotton fibers

By norton
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Objective 2.03

Objective 2.03

Objective 2.03 . Distinguish between the economic and social issues that led to sectionalism and nationalism. Samuel Morse. Invented the electromagnetic telegraph in 1837. Eli Whitney. Invented the Cotton Gin in 1792 and the concept of interchangeable parts in 1801. John Deere.

By quynh
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Lesson 15: Balancing Nationalism and Sectionalism

Lesson 15: Balancing Nationalism and Sectionalism

Lesson 15: Balancing Nationalism and Sectionalism. Synopsis: The North and the South developed different economic systems that led to political differences between the regions . Regional Economies Create Differences. Balancing Nationalism and Sectionalism Part 1.

By brant
(141 views)

Chapter 4 Notes

Chapter 4 Notes

Chapter 4 Notes. The Growth of a New Nation AHSGE Social Studies Review. Vocabulary/ Terms/ People. Tariff of 1816- Congress protected American industries from competing with lower priced European goods by raising taxes on imports

By reuben
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Jefferson: The Dawn of a New Republic

Jefferson: The Dawn of a New Republic

Jefferson: The Dawn of a New Republic. A New America. This New America was to be filled with a society of Sturdy, independent farmers Free from workshops, industrial towns, and the city mob System of universal education geared to teaching the Enlightenment Localism and the simple life

By norah
(93 views)

The Industrial Revolution & Changes in American Life

The Industrial Revolution & Changes in American Life

The Industrial Revolution & Changes in American Life. What is an industrial revolution?. This was a movement that started in England in the late 1700’s and early 1800’s , and eventually spread to the rest of Europe and then to the United States.

By fadhila
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FINAL CST REVIEW ROCK THIS TEST!!!

FINAL CST REVIEW ROCK THIS TEST!!!

FINAL CST REVIEW ROCK THIS TEST!!!. In what type of gov’t do citizens elect representatives? Where was the first located? REPUBLIC Indirect democracy/representative govt Rome. What revolution in 1689 in England created a limited government (restrictions on king’s powers)?

By lyle
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The Civil War

The Civil War

The Civil War. 1. What was America often called during the Civil War period? _________ 2. Why did the North reject slavery? _____________ ________________________________________________ 3. What were the South’s two main crops? _____________________ 4. Who invented the cotton gin? __________

By iokina
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Chapter 10, Section 1

Chapter 10, Section 1

Chapter 10, Section 1. The Industrial Revolution. New Ways to Produce Goods. Industrial Revolution : a revolution in the war goods were produced Before most goods were made by hand at home or in workshops Most people were farmers or lived in rural areas. With the Industrial revolution

By sumi
(109 views)

Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…

Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…

Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…. Rules of Jeopardy!. Contestants must wait until the host finishes reading the clue before ringing in All responses must be phrased in the form of a question

By miya
(96 views)

Industrial Revolution Inventions

Industrial Revolution Inventions

Industrial Revolution Inventions. Made by Usman F arid Rizwan Omer saleem. Steam Engine by James Watt.

By makana
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Chapter 7 The Industrial Revolution

Chapter 7 The Industrial Revolution

Chapter 7 The Industrial Revolution. Industrial Revolution Factory System Capitalist Francis Cabot Lowell Mass production Interchangeable parts. Industrial Revolution . Began in England in the textile industry. Cloth was originally woven by hand.

By ewan
(175 views)

Diaries are DUE TOMORROW ! I will come around and collect them as I sign your agendas.

Diaries are DUE TOMORROW ! I will come around and collect them as I sign your agendas.

Diaries are DUE TOMORROW ! I will come around and collect them as I sign your agendas. . BELLWORK 3/19/13.

By doli
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Standard – SSUSH 7

Standard – SSUSH 7

Standard – SSUSH 7. Students will explain the process of economic growth, its regional and national impact in the first half of the 19 th century, and the different responses to it.

By kedem
(228 views)

Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…

Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…

Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…. Your Topic. Topic 1: 200. Question: This amendment defined citizenship in the United States Answer The Fourteenth Amendment . Back. Topic 1: 400. Question: His plan’s for Reconstruction were pretty lenient, except on Confederate officers. Answer

By kael
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