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TEST REVIEW
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a. Along rivers and streams
b. Near other large towns
c. Near oceans and bays
d. Along mountain ranges
a. Along rivers and streams
a. Steam generator
b. Factory system
c. Cotton mill
d. cotton gin
d. Cotton gin
Samuel Slater
Lucy Larcom
Francis Cabot Lowell
Eli Whitney
d. Eli Whitney
a. Wealthy merchant association
b. Factory system
c. Economic factors
d. Development of mills
b. Factory system
a. The steam generator
b. Farms, rivers, and streams
c. New machines and new technology
d. The cotton gin
c. New machines and new technology
a. Along state borders
b. Along toll roads
c. Along great rivers
d. Along canals
c. Along great rivers
a. Steamboats
b. New roads
c. Conestoga wagons
d. canals
a. steamboats
a.
West of the Appalachian Mountains
b. In the Cumberland Gap
c. Between the Appalachian Mountains and the
Atlantic Ocean
d. Along the National Road from Maryland to Illinois
c. Between the Appalachian Mountains and
the Atlantic Ocean
a. Respecting ancient cultures
b. Hard work
c. Perfection
d. National pride
d. National pride
a. Waterpower
b. Ports
c. Farm equipment
d. cloth
a. Waterpower
a. Industrial growth
b. Free enterprise
c. Corporations
d. Business
b. Free enterprise
a. The National Road
b. The Wilderness Road
c. A canal
d. A steamboat
c. A canal
a. It made farming less profitable
b. It made it possible to produce items in large
numbers
c. It increased the demand for slave labor
d. It undermined the factory system
b. It made it possible to produce items in
large numbers
a. Factory system
b. Patent system
c. Capital system
d. Corporation system
a. Factory system
a.
Rivers provided easy escape routes in the event of
Native American attack.
b. It was easier for them to travel east along the rivers
c. Rivers provided opportunities for recreation.
d. They could ship their crops to market more easily.
d. They could ship their crops to market
more easily
a. The Adams-Onis Treaty
b. The Monroe Doctrine
c. The Missouri Compromise
d. A high tariff
b. The Monroe Doctrine
a. Era of the Federalists
b. Era of the Republicans
c. Era of Good Feelings
d. Era of Political Relief
c. Era of Good Feelings
a. Regional differences
b. Political parties
c. Arguments over war
d. Arguments over the flag
a. Regional differences
a. North-South Compromise
b. Missouri Compromise
c. Ohio Compromise
d. Maine Compromise
b. Missouri Compromise
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Chapter 11 lesson 1-3 Cornell Notes
Chapter 11 ½ page Learning Log
Both b & c
d. Both b & c
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