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15 Cards in this Set

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inventor manufactured 10,000 muskets in just 2 years
-interchangeable parts
Eli Whitney
parts that are exactly alike
interchangeable parts
the production of goods in large quantities
mass production
social and economic reorganization that took place as machines replaced hand tools and lrage scale factory production increased
Industrial Revolution
(1811) federally funded and by 1838 etnding from Cumberland Maryland to Vandalia Illinois
National Road
-363 miles long
-"Big Ditch"
-8 years to dig
-1825 linked Hudson river to Lake Erie
-took 12 years to pay for itself
-NYC dominant port in county
Erie Cannal
a protective tariff designed to aid American industries
Tarrif of 1816
-Supreme Court case
-significance=court has power to regulate interstate commerce
-about state chrters that dont allow ships to cross the border
Aaron Olgden v. Thomas Gibbons
-Supreme court case
-significance=strenthened federal control over economy
-state levied tax on BUS because wanted to make bank fail
-man didn't issue tax cause thought was unconstitutional
McCulloch v.Maryland
-court case
-significance= government cant take away charters or contracts
-nullified Georgia law that violated individuals right to enter contracts
Flectcher v. Peck
-court case
-significance- government cant take away charters or contracts
-NH couldn't revise original chrter granted to college in colonial times
Dartmouth College v. Woodward
Secretary of State
- established foreign policy guided by nationalism
-prioritized the security of the nation and expanision of its territory under James Monroe
-made treaty w/ GB to reduce the Great Lakes fleet of both countries
-Onis Treaty
-president after contriversal election with Andrew Jackson
John Quincy Adams
the belief that national intrests should be placed ahead of regional concerns of intrests of other countries
treaty with Canada
-got the Great Lakes
-U.S. and Canada demilitarize common obrders
Rush-Bogot treaty
Treaty - got Oregon Territory and Florida
-don't want to fight GB for this land
both claimed land but had no real boundaries
-now know boundaries
Adams-Onis Treaty