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Industrial Revolution
the changes in industry where things were invented (ex. cotton gin)
money for investment
application of scientific discovers to practical use
cotton gin
quickly removed the cotton seeds from the fiber
a legal right of invention
factory system
bringing manufactoring steps to one place to ncrease manufacatoring effectcy
interchangeable parts
large amounts of unifrm pieces that could replace any other identcal pices
official count of population
a toll road
an artificial water way
a seperiate compartment where water levels are raised or lowered
loyality to their regoin
internal improvements
rederal, state, and privatly funded projects (canals and foads)
american systems
lends money to build developing industries
to romaval of weapons
one without armed forces
court martialed
trialed by a military court
New England
first northern states
oliver evans
improved the steam engine and developed a mechanical flour mill
eli whitney
invented the cotton gin
samual slater
memorized textile patters
fransis cabot lowell
improved teh design of looms
tarriff of 1816
protecs new industries from being copied
second bank of u.s.
it could establish a nation currency and to make lar loans on businesses
national road
a direct road to the west
Robert Foltan
developed a steam boat witha powerful engine
de witt clinton
invented the idea of canals
james monroe
won the 1816 election
"era of good feelings"
political differences seemed to fade away in that "era"
john c. calhoun
he was a nationalists sometime after the war of 1812
john c. calhoun
he was a nationalists sometime after the war of 1812
danel webster
supported free trade
mo cpmpromise
mo is a lave state and maine is a free state- band slavery in the remainde of the la territory n of the 36-30th parrell
miculloch vs. maryland
the bank refused to pay state taxes
john marshall
ruled maryland had no right to tax the bank- bc it was a fed. istut.
rush-bagot treaty
the two nations agreed to set limits on the number of naval vessels each could have on the gerat lakes
convention of 1818
set official boundaries between the us and canada (49th parrell)
orgeon country
settelment in the west
andrew jackson
invaded spanish e. fl seiened control of two sanish forts
adams- onis treaty
spanish gave east fl to the u.s and we gave up spanish texas
simone bolivar
lead the movement that once again won freedon for latin american conutries
Jose de San martin
gained ind. for chilie and peru
monroe doctrine
opposed any new colonies the u.s wanted that the european already owned
What prob. faced cities in te ind. revol.?
no sewers carried the dirty waste away causing dieases
In g lakes reg. canals boosted the econy-how???
tradin was easier (boats ad shippend)
Ppl who mig. w. settled near rivers why??
they could ship their crops to markets
What happened to the fed. party by the time j. monroe was pres?
fed. party died down
A jackson secured fl from spain how?
seized control of the forts
econ of n and s differed-how?
n=industry s= agriculture
ppl moving west favored state rights why?
bc they weere not under nat'l gov control- had their own rigths
the largest protion of fl acquired from spain when???
in 1819
us got fl in what direction?
west--> east
body of water blocked further expansion of fl to the west
mississippi river
industrial rev. help make us econ indep. in early 1800?
NE states had ideal conditions for developing factories. had capital- investment crops
how did development of roads boost growth in us?
nation needed inland roads for travel and shipment to and fro seaports
spokesmen for the n, s, and w?
n= daniel webster
s= john c. calhoun
w= henry clay
how come adams didnt do anything to stop jacksons invasion into spanish east fl in 1818?
he was stopping seminols and attacked settlements captured to brit citizens and hung them