A privately built road operated for profit by collecting tolls. Another word for cloth. The money that one must put up or collect in order to start a new business. The change from household production to factory production using machines. ____ were constructed out of logs set side by side. This helps American industry by making foreign goods more expensive. The practice of selling goods in another country at low prices. The conflict caused by people’s strong interests in their own region or part of the country. The introduction of ____ increased the speed of production and made repairs easier. Person who launched the steamboat Clermont on the Hudson River President during the Era of Good Feelings Person who brought the plans for textile mills to America Person came up with the idea of interchangeable parts Person who led independence movements in Venezuela and Columbia; known as the “Liberator” Known as a great orator (speaker), he became the spokesperson for the North in Congress. Started the movement for independence in Mexico with his speech: “The Cry of Delores.” A Congressman from Kentucky, he became the spokesperson for the Western states. After growing up picking cotton in South Carolina, this Congressman spoke for the entire South. Built a textile mill in Waltham, Massachusetts and then had a mill town named after him. This system brought workers and machinery together in one place to produce goods. Spun 100 spools of thread at one time. Replaced the spinning wheel because it made it possible to spin more than one thread at a time. Made it possible to weave 200 times as much cloth in the same amount of time. The Industrial Revolution was first felt strongly in which industry? In what country did the Industrial Revolution begin? What was the Boston Associates? Why were young women and children were hired for the Lowell mills? Which direction were most people moving in the early 1800s? Why did covered bridges become popular? How did the Erie Canal affect shipping between Lake Erie and New York? Where did the National Road start? Where did it end? Who paid for it and built it? Why was the “Era of Good Feelings” so called? What were Americans more and more divided by in the decade following the War of 1812? Why did Congress recharter the Bank of the United States? (2 reasons) How did the Tariff of 1816 help American industries? What did the American System propose? The American System was proposed by ____ Which part of the country was most likely to oppose a protective tariff? Why? How did the British blockade of the American coast during the War of 1812 boost American industry? How did Canada gain its independence? Why did many of the first attempts at revolution in Latin America fail? Which country did Jose de San Martin lead toward independence? Why did Latin American countries have a difficult time setting up new governments? How did Brazil gain its independence? Who led the invasion of Florida? In which treaty did the United States gain Florida? How did the United States try to stop Spain from trying to reconquer its former colonies in Latin America? What did the Monroe doctrine state? How many hours a day did most female factory workers work in the early 1800s? About how much money could a female factory worker in Lowell expect to make per week?