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Erie Canal
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cottongin

Era of Good Feelings Word Search

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The Industrial Revolution and Westward Expansion Crossword

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Description

Memorized the plans of the British spinning machine and brought it to America Samuel Slater
Inventor of the cotton gin Eli Whitney
Built the first American power loom and began textile factories Francis Lowell
This invention helped American industry but also caused an increase in slavery Cotton gin
This inventor made a new plow using an old steel saw John Deere
________________ parts made repairs to machinery much easier Interchangeable
In 1811, this linked the East with the West National Road
Travel over land or water became easier with the _______ engine Steam
The first steam boat was invented by ______ Robert Fulton
Clinton's Ditch was a nickname for this Erie Canal
The Erie Canal brought great growth to this city New York City
The steam locomotive was nicknamed _________ Iron Horse
In 1834 this man made himself president of Mexico Santa Anna
A main reason American settlers wanted to separate from Mexico was the issue of Slavery
The Texas army took over this fort, but was then badly defeated by theMexican Army Alamo
A successful Texas general and first president of the Republic of Texas Sam Houston
Texas became a U.S. state under this president James Polk
The U.S. claimed that the Mexican-American border should be here Rio Grande
This war lasted from 1846-1848 Mexican War
The treaty of ___________ ended the war Guadalupe Hidalgo
Many people traveled this route to the west Oregon Trail
One religious group that moved West to avoid persecution Mormons
Many people moved to Oregon Territory for this Land
The 1948/49 movement west is often called this California Gold Rush
Person to discover gold in California James Marshall
Prices of goods and services are determined by supply and Demand
Women's skills such as ____________ were in high demand Cooking
Mrs. Vander Ploeg's favorite student You

Chapter 11: Growth and Expansion Crossword

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Creator of the cotton gin. eliwhitney
The Erie Canal opened on ___________ 26, 1825 october
Another name of a toll road is: turnpike
Idea by Eli Whitney first used in muskets interchangeableparts
Took machine invention secrets from Great Britain and got rich off of them in the United States. samuelslater
Name of the first steamboat clermont
System of economics where people can buy and own whatever they want. freeenterprise
Differences in goals and interests of different parts of the country sectionalism
This gives an inventor the sole legal right to make money from and invention for a certain period of time. patent
The difference between rivers and canals is that canals are _________. artificial
Inventor of the steamboat. robertlivingston
People began to leave their homes and farms to work in ______. mills
This made farming in New England difficult. poorsoil
Lowell's __________ were different because all manufacturing steps were combined in one place. factories
When individuals and businesses own property and decide how to use it it's called _______. capitalism
With the increase of cotton production in the South, there was greater demand for land and _______. slaves
In 1820, most people lived in a ____________ location. rural
The growth of factories and trade led to the growth of towns and ______. cities
He rounded up 30 foresters and built the Wilderness Road. danielboone
Separate compartments on waterways that lower and raise the water level. locks
The treaty with Spain granted East and West Florida and Oregon Country to the U.S. adamsonis
The Missouri Compromise brought Missouri and _________ into the Union. maine

Chapter 10 word search

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PATENTMONROEDOCTRINE
LOCKROBERTFULTON
HENRY CLAY
DANIEL WEBSTER
JOHN C CALHOUN
COURT MARTIAL
DEMILITARIZE
DISARMAMENT
AMERICAN SYSTEM
INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS
SECTIONALISM
ROBERT FULTON
CORPORATIONS
FRANCIS CABOT LOWELL
SAMUEL SLATER
ELI WHITNEY
INTERCHANGEABLE PARTS
FACTORY SYSTEM
COTTON GIN
TECHNOLOGY
FREE ENTERPRISE
CAPITALISM
CAPITAL
INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

Chapter 11 Crossword

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Description

machine that made cleaning seeds from cotton faster Cotton Gin
Inventor of the cotton Gin Eli Whitney
Leader of an 1831 salve rebellion in Viriginia Nat Turner
Religious folk songs Spirituals
Nationlist Representative from Kentucky Henry Clay
Plan introduced in 1815 tomake Ammerica economically self - sufficient American System
Fifth President of the United States, who proclaimed the Monroe Doctrine James Monroe
Waterway that connected New York City with Buffalo, New York Erie Canal
Laws enacted in 1820 to maintain balence of power between slave and free states Missouri Compromise
U.S. policy opposing European interfernce in the Western Hemisphere Monroe Doctrine
A feeling of pride,loyalty,and protectiveness toward one's country Nationalism
Tax on imported goods that protects a nation's businesses from foreign competition Protective Tariff
Loyalty to the intersts of one's own reigon or section of the country Sectionalism

Industrial Revolution Crossword

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Description

A Scottish inventor who invented the steam engine James Watt
An American inventor who created the cotton gin Eli Whitney
One of the primary inventors of the telephone Alexander Graham Bell
Created the electric light bulb and phonograph Thomas Edison
Invented and built the worlds first successful airplane Wright Brothers
An engine that uses the expansion or rapid condensation of steam to generate power Steam Engine
A machine that quickly and easily separates cotton fibers from their seeds Cotton Gin
A glass bulb Light Bulb
A powered flying vehicle with fixed wings and a weight greater than that of the air it displaces Airplane
He invented the telegraph Samuel Morse
He invented the Kodak camera George Eastman
He invented the steamboat Robert Fulton
He invented the diesel engine Rudolph Diesel
He developed and manufactured the first automobile Henry Ford
Best known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current Nikola Tesla
Patented the first practical sewing machine Elias Howe
created the Atlantic Telegraph Company and laid the first telegraph cable across the Atlantic Ocean in 1858 Cyrus Field
He invented a new process for building roads John MacAdam
He was instrumental in bringing the Industrial Revolution to the U.S Francis Lowell
He was a co-developer of the Morse code Samuel Morse
Invented coke smelting Abraham Darby
A British inventor who developed a successful wet spinning process for flax in 1824 James Kay
He funded the design and construction of some of the first factory houses for spinning machines during the American industrial revolution Moses Brown
He built the first public inter-city railway line in the world to use steam locomotives George Stephenson

National and Regional Growth Crossword

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An English textile worker Slater
Time of inventing factory machines Industrial revolution
18th century manufacturing system Factory system
Female industrial workers Lowell Mills
Parts that are exactly alike Interchangeable Parts
Developer of steamboat Fulton
American Writer Miller
Made Morse-Code Sam Morse
Invented cotton gin Eli Whitney
Machine that separates seeds from cotton Cotton Gin
Religious hymns sung my slave Spirituals
Rebel slave leader Nat Turner
state of being a slave Slavery
Black american African-american
Escaped slave/writer Frederick Douglass
Blacksmith slave who led revolt Gabe Prosser
Patriotic Feeling Nationalism
“Great Pacificator” Henry Day
A tariff that protected and promoted American commerce American system
Canal system of New York Erie canal
5th President James Monroe
Petty distinctions at the expense of general-well being Sectionalism
Law that states Maine is slave free and Missouri is a slave state. Missouri Compromise
Americans opposing colonization Monroe Doctrine

TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILROAD Word Search

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Utah
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judah
theodore
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golden
wagon
conestoga
inventiveness
national
road
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erie
express
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American Industrial Revolution Crossword

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a person who has a capital capitalist
the total of the changes in economic and social organization Industrial Revolution
method for using a standardized product factory system
a settlement compromise
capable of being part or used in the place of each other interchangeable parts
the production of manufacture of goods in large quantities mass production
to put money into use invest
preforming or functioning efficient
a high speed highway turnpike
the policy of protecting the interest of natives nativist
pertaining to do industrialization
extreme and general scarcity famine
an act of instance discrimination
process for transmitting messages telegraph
the act of fact of urbanizing urbanization
it was the laws slaves had to follow slave codes
the laws slaves had to follow slave codes
realizing to the spirit or soul spirituals
statesman or orator Henry clay
invented the telegraph eli witney
he revolted slaves nat turner
an artificial waterway for boats canal
a machine for separating fibers from cotton cotton gin

Chapter 11 Word Search

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Henry clay
Canal
Corduroy road
Turnpike
Daniel Boone
Spiritual
Not turner
Slave code
Cotton gin
Discrimination
Nativists
Samuel fb morse
Telegraph
Urbanization
Interchangeable parts
Mass production
Francis Cabot Lowell
Capitalist
Factory system
Industrial Recvolution