Massive change in manufacturing included a shift from hand tools to machines
INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
"Father of the American Factory System"
SAMUEL SLATER
'Interchangeable Parts;' the Cotton Gin
ELI WHITNEY
Crowded apartment buildings where many immigrants lived
TENEMENTS
Owned large plantations and 20 or more slaves
PLANTERS
Something considered morally wrong but necessary to keep the economy going
NECESSARY EVIL
Devotion to one's nation is more important than devotion to one's region
NATIONALIST
The Common Man's President
ANDREW JACKSON
Upheld the rigt of a state to declare a federal law unconstitutional, void it, and refuse to enforce it.
NULLIFICATION
Forced all Eastern Tribes to move to parts of the Louisiana Purchase
Indian Removal Act
The forced removal of Cherokee from their ancestral homelands to the Oklahoma Territory
TRAIL OF TEARS
First boat run by a steam engine
FULTON'S FOLLY
Developed to send messages by telegraph wire
MORSE CODE
Dramatically reduced mortality in the U. S., particularly in Northern cities.
SEWER SYSTEM
Encouraged women to actively participate in the church
CHARLES FINNEY
Began to support movements such as temperance and abolition
SECOND GREAT AWAKENING
Attempt to create a perfect society
UTOPIAN COMMUNITY
"Father of Public Education in America:
HORACE MANN
Wrote the dictionary which helped standardize the English language
NOAH WEBSTER
Published elementary school books which taught reading, writing, arithmetic, and moral lessons
WILLIAM MCGUFFEY