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efficient
isaac singer
cyrus mccormick
john deere
morse code
telegraph
Samuel Morse
peter cooper
Gibbons vs Ogden
Clermont
Robert Fulton
Transportation Revolution
Sarah Bagley
strikes
trade unions
lowell system
francis cabot lowell
rhode island system
mass production
interchangeable parts
Eli Whitney
technology
Samuel Slater
Richard Arkwright
textiles

History Word Search

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Description

Alfred Lewis Vail
Clermont
coal
cotton belt
Cyrus McCormick
Eli Whitney
Elias Howe
Francis Cabot Lowell
Gibbons v. Ogden
Great Britain
Industrial Revolution
interchangeable parts
Isaac Singer
John Deere
Lowell System
mass production
mills
Nat Turner
Northeast
Peter Cooper
railroad
Rhode Island System
Richard Arkwright
Robert Fulton
Samuel F.B. Morse
Samuel Slater
Sarah G. Bagley
spirituals
steel
strikes
technology
telegraph
textiles
trade unions
Transportation Revolution
War of 1812

Chapter 12 & 13 Test Review Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

antebellum
coal
eli whitney
elias howe
factors
francis cabot lowell
gibbons vs. ogden
great britain
Industrial revolution
interchangeable parts
lowell system
mass production
mills
northeast
peter cooper
railroad
rhode island system
richard arkwright
robert fulton
samuel f.b. Morse
samuel slater
sarha g. bagley
slave codes
strikes
technology
telegraph
textiles
trade unions
transportation revolution
war of 1812

industrial revolution Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

urbanization
cash crop
Eli Whitney
Francis Cabot Lowell
Samuel Slater
Richard Arkwright
textile
cotton gin
mechanical reaper
descrimination
telegraph
interchangeable parts
mass production
capital
capitalist
factory system
industrial revolution
inferior
reign
efficient
invest

Ch. 12 & 13 Test Review Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

industrial revolution
mass production
interchangeable parts
riachard arkwright
samuel slater
technology
eli whitney
textiles
northeast
great britain
mills
war of 1812
lowell system
strikes
phode island system
sarah g. bagley
francis cabot lowell
trade unions
gibbons v. ogden
government
transportation revolution
coal
peter cooper
railroad
robert fulton
steel
clermont
samuel f.b. morse
john deere
isaac singer
cyrus mccormick
alfred lewis vail
elias howe
morse code
telegraph
cotton gin
planters
factors
tredegar iron works
antebellum
yeomen
folktales
spirituals
nat turner
slave codes
alfred lewis vail
antebellum
coal

Ch. 12 & 13 Review Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Perfected the telegraph Samuel F.B. Morse
First used interchangeable parts Eli Whitney
Area in U.S. where most textile mills were located Northeast
Samuel Slater's strategy of hiring families to do divided factory work Rhode Island System
New England business man whose mills did multiple steps in the same mill Francis Cabot Lowell
groups that tried to improve pay and working conditions for their members Trade Unions
supreme court case regarding interstate commerce and reinforcing federal government power over the states Gibbons v. Ogden
period of rapid growth in the speed and convenience of travel Transportation Revolution
Improved and marketed the sewing machine Isaac Singer
Developed the mechanical reaper Cyrus McCormick
Developed Morse code Alfred Lewis Vail
area of high cotton production in the United States Cotton belt
Before the Civil War Antebellum
period of rapid growth in the use of machines in manufacturing Industrial Revolution
productions of large numbers of identical goods Mass production
pieces of products that are exactly the same interchangeable parts
Invented the water frame Richard Arkwright
British mechanic who built the new textile machines in the U.S. Samuel slater
tools used to do work or produce items technology
cloth items textiles
Industrial Revolution first began in this country Great Britain
built along streams to use the water power mills
event that led American manufacturing to be less dependent on foreign goods. War of 1812
hiring young, unmarried women from farms to work in textile mill lowell system
protests of work refusals staged by union members to meet their demands strikes
founder of the Lowell Female Labor Reform Association Sarah G. Bagley
replaced wood as the main source of power for locomotives coal
he built a small locomotive called the Tom Thumb Peter Cooper
industry with some of the most powerful businesses in the U.S. railroad
he invented the steamboat Robert Fulton
this was used to make railroad tracks steel
name of the first U.S. steamboat built by Robert Fulton Clermont

Chapter 10 word search

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Description

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 8 American History Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Robert Fulton sends the first steamship up the Hudson River The Clermont
connected the Hudson River to the western frontier Erie Canal
New sailing ships which were built for speed Clipper Ships
built slowly, with only a few thousand miles of track in the 1840 Railroads
Samuel Morse Telegraph
John Deere Steel Plow
Cyrus McCormick Mechanical Reaper
Eli Whitney Cotton Gin
First truly mechanized factory in 1813 Lowell Factories
With industrialization, _______ traditional role in household industrial disappeared womens

Ch. 12 &13 Test Review Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

period of rapid growth in the use of machines in manufacturing Industrial Revolution
productions of large numbers of identical goods mass production
pieces of products that are exactly the same interchangeable parts
invented the water frame Richard Arkwright
British mechanic who built the new textile machines in the U.S. Samuel Slater
tools used to do work or produce items Technology
first used interchangeable parts Eli Whitney
cloth items Textiles
area in the U.S. where most textile mills where located Northeast
where did the Industrial Revolution first began in this country Great Britain
built along streams to use water for power Mills
event that led American manufacturing to be less dependent on foreign goods War of 1812
hiring young, unmarried woman from far,s to work in textile mills Lowell System
protests of work refusals staged by union members to meet their demands Strikes
Samuel Slater's strategy of hiring families to divided factory work Rhode Island System
founder of the Lowell Female Labor Reform Association Sarah G. Bagley
New England business man whose mills did multiple steps Francis Cabot Lowell
groups that tried to improve pay and working conditions for their members trade unions
supreme court case regarding interstate commerce and reinforcing federal GIbbons v. Ogden
power over the states government
period of rapid growth in speed and convenience or travel Transportation Revolution
replaced wood as the main source of power for loco motives coal
he built a small locomotive called the tom thumb Peter Cooper
industry with some of the most powerful businesses in the U.S. Railraod
used to make railroads Steel
he invented the steamboat Robert Fulton
name of the first U.S. steamboat built by Robert Fulton Clermont
perfected the first telegraph Samuel F.B. MOrse
designed the steel plow John Deere
improved and marketed the sewing machine Issac Singer
developed the mechanical reaper Cyrus McCormick
developed the Morse code Alfred Lewis Vail

Chapter 11 Word Search

Type
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Description

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

Industrial Revolution Crossword

Type
Crossword
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