participated or added
simple machine that removed seeds from cotton; Eli Whitney
machine parts that are easy to put together; Eli Whitney
gives inventors the right to create invention
where manufacturing steps are brought together all in one place
economic system of the US
another word to describe America's economy
parts of free enterprise
federal, state, and private funded projects
loyal to their region
person who supported internal improvements
wish that states had autonomous power
Henry Clay's speech title
a official survey of population count
make previously or to make known
toll road that was expressway
separate compartments in which waterway
a artificial waterway for boats an ships
always fixed boundary
Money or resources used to create welth
Invented the Cotton Gin
Problems or dealings with other countries
Work, especially hard physical work
An imaginary line drawn to block slavery in the north and permitting it in the south
It turned thread into cloth
The first passenger steamboat
To transfer control of something
It separates cotton from its seeds
It connects the Atlantic Ocean to the western states
A market where there is only one provider
Legal rites to an invention
Designer of the Clermont
It revolutionized trade and travel
a road on which tolls are collected
the official count of a population
An explorer and pioneer
Industrial building used to make goods and textiles
The period when inventors began building machines to do work
A warning to Europe to stay out of America
A person first to settle a new country or area
Uses water as power to grind grain and make water
a market where there is only one provider of a good or service
money or other resources used to create wealth
to transfer control of something
a road that one must pay to use
in a canal, a seperate compartment, with gates at each end, in which water levels rise & fall in order to raise or lower boats at they pass from level to level
economic system in which private citizens & companies own the means of production
a type of economy in which people & businesses are free to buy, sell, & produce whatever they want with a minimum of government interference
economic activity taking place between 2 or more states
an artificial waterway
sole legal right to an invention and its profits
the official count of a population
a machine that removes seeds from cotton fiber
a part of a machine or device that can be replaced by another, identical part
An English textile worker
Time of inventing factory machines
18th century manufacturing system
Female industrial workers
Parts that are exactly alike
Developer of steamboat
Invented cotton gin
Machine that separates seeds from cotton
Religious hymns sung my slave
Rebel slave leader
state of being a slave
Blacksmith slave who led revolt
A tariff that protected and promoted American commerce
Canal system of New York
Petty distinctions at the expense of general-well being
Law that states Maine is slave free and Missouri is a slave state.
Americans opposing colonization
Creator of the cotton gin.
The Erie Canal opened on ___________ 26, 1825
Another name of a toll road is:
Idea by Eli Whitney first used in muskets
Took machine invention secrets from Great Britain and got rich off of them in the United States.
Name of the first steamboat
System of economics where people can buy and own whatever they want.
Differences in goals and interests of different parts of the country
This gives an inventor the sole legal right to make money from and invention for a certain period of time.
The difference between rivers and canals is that canals are _________.
Inventor of the steamboat.
People began to leave their homes and farms to work in ______.
This made farming in New England difficult.
Lowell's __________ were different because all manufacturing steps were combined in one place.
When individuals and businesses own property and decide how to use it it's called _______.
With the increase of cotton production in the South, there was greater demand for land and _______.
In 1820, most people lived in a ____________ location.
The growth of factories and trade led to the growth of towns and ______.
He rounded up 30 foresters and built the Wilderness Road.
Separate compartments on waterways that lower and raise the water level.
The treaty with Spain granted East and West Florida and Oregon Country to the U.S.
The Missouri Compromise brought Missouri and _________ into the Union.