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8 th Grade U.S. History Chapter 11 A:B: Innovations in technology Availability of inexpensive labor #1 Why did the plantation economy thrive in the South?

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2 8 th Grade U.S. History Chapter 11

3 A:B: Innovations in technology Availability of inexpensive labor #1 Why did the plantation economy thrive in the South? C:D: Creation of the railroad system Implementation of protective tariffs

4 B. Availability of inexpensive labor

5 A:B: SoutheastNortheast #2 Most jobs created as result of the Industrial Revolution were located here. C:D: MidwestNorthwest

6 B. Northeast

7 A:B: More efficient production of goods Decreased cost of producing goods #3 What did the invention of interchangeable parts enable? C:D: Shipping of goods between states International shipping of goods

8 A. More efficient production of goods

9 A:B: Marbury v. Madison McCullough v. Maryland #4 Which court case gave government the power to regulate foreign and interstate commerce? C:D: Gibbons v. OgdenDred Scott v. Samford

10 C. Gibbons v. Ogden

11 A:B: Western expansion Protective tariffs #5 Interchangeable parts, steamboat, train, and cotton gin contributed to the rise of _____. C:D: Immigration Industrialization

12 D. Industrialization

13 A:B: States rightsFree trade area #6 The South differed from the North in their view of the following area: C:D: British colonyFederalism

14 A. States Rights

15 A:B: More access to railroads than the South. A better relationship with foreign countries #7 Southerners felt tariffs on imports gave the North _______. C:D: An unfair political advantage Military dominance over the South

16 C. An unfair political advantage

17 A:B: Favorable climateProtective tariffs #8 Primary reason for the agricultural economy of the South C:D: Presence of canals Technological innovations

18 A. Favorable climate

19 A:B: Necessary and proper Regulation of interstate commerce #9 Judicial review is to Marbury v. Madison as ______is to Gibbons v. Ogden. C:D: Separate but equal Denial of citizenship to slaves

20 B. Regulation of interstate commerce

21 A:B: SteamboatsAutomobiles #10 The production of ____ established the model for industrial factories in the 1800s. C:D: Agriculture Textiles

22 D. Textiles

23 A:B: Trade with New Orleans increased Irrigation in New York State improved #11 What was the most significant result of the Erie Canal construction. C:D: Commerce benefited from a means of faster transportation Westward expansion slowed due to construction delays

24 C. Commerce benefited from a means of faster transportation

25 A:B: Ended economic dependence on England Enabled trade with foreign countries #12 How did the steamboat enhance Americas economic development? C:D: Made river transportation easier Served as a way to ship goods to both coasts

26 C. Made river transportation easier

27 A:B: Native Americans would be forced to move American continents will not permit future European colonizations #13 What did the Monroe Doctrine declare? C:D: Napoleon should be defeated Britain had no right to impress American soldiers

28 B. American continents will not permit future European colonizations

29 A:B: State legislatures State governors #14 McCullough v. Maryland was a Supreme Court case that clarified the constitutional powers of the _______. C:D: United States President United States Congress

30 D. United States Congress

31 A:B: Increased confidence immediately led to expansion into West Nearly defeated, the U.S. raised the defense budget. #15 How did the War of 1812 impact the United States? C:D: Nearly defeated, the nation suffered its 1st economic depression. The U.S. enjoyed a period of economic growth.

32 D. The U.S. enjoyed a period of economic growth

33 A:B: Increased immigration Racial equality #16 Which best illustrates the contrast between North and South leading up to the Civil War? C:D: Economic industries Access to transportation

34 C. Economic industries

35 A:B: SteelAluminum #17 The Bessemer process enabled the mass production of _____. C:D: CopperNickel

36 A. Steel

37 A:B: Nationwide disbursement of industrial goods Emigration of white Americans to the Southeast #18 The new railroad system led to rapid industrialization because it enabled C:D: Minority populations to find agricultural jobs Reduction in consumer price of goods

38 A. Nationwide disbursement of industrial goods

39 A:B: Men Immigrants #19 Creation of power looms made more jobs available for ______. C:D: Women & children Slave labor

40 C. Women & children

41 A:B: Money raised from protective tariffs Rapid rise in the rate of urbanization C:D: Increased population in rural areas Creation of suburban neighborhoods #20 A primary reason for growth of industrialization in the North

42 B. Rapid rise in the rate of urbanization

43 A:B: Voting rights for women Influx of immigrants into America C:D: More opportunities for Native Americans Poll taxes were repealed in the South #21 Which of the following was a result of the Industrial Revolution?

44 B. Influx of immigrants into America

45 A:B: Building of canals for transportation Need for restaurants in the American West C:D: Freed slaves in the South moving to the North Loss of Native American workers due to Indian Removal Act. #22 More jobs were available in the U.S. due in part to ______________.

46 A. Building of canals for transportation

47 A:B: SoutheastNortheast C:D: Northwest Midwest #23 Creation of textile factories allowed for a manufacturing economy in the _______.

48 B. Northeast

49 A:B: Rural with Native American labor Mixed economy of farming and commercial C:D: Rural economy dependent on agriculture Urban with commercial-based economy #24 During the early 1800s, the South was primarily ___________.

50 C. Rural economy based on agriculture

51 A:B: Southern plantation owners by taxing exports Women & children who lost their men during war #25 Henry Clay fought for protective tariffs to protect ______. C:D: A merican manufacturers by taxing imports European imports to help Southern agriculture

52 C. American manufacturers by taxing imports

53 A:B: Industrial growth led to urban growth Foreign trade led to secession of South Carolina #26 Which shows an accurate CAUSE and EFFECT relationship? C:D: 15 th Amendment led to victory for the North Sectionalism led to unification of the states

54 A. Industrial growth led to urban growth

55 A:B: Open Door NotePlatt Amendment #27 The American continents are henceforth not to be considered as subject for future colonization by any European powers. C:D: Monroe Doctrine Roosevelt Corollary

56 C. Monroe Doctrine

57 A:B: Poll tariffProtective tariff #28 The tax is exclusively leveled at the foreign industry. –Henry Clay C:D: Income tariffLabor tariff

58 B. Protective tariff

59 A:B: Favored foreign manufacturing Favored northern states specializing in agriculture #29 Southern states opposed a protective tariff because it _______. C:D: Favored the manufacturing industry of the North Favored western territories that had found gold

60 C. Favored the manufacturing industry of the North

61 A:B: AutomobileCotton gin #30 Samuel Slaters invention changed the way that goods were manufactured in America. C:D: Textile factorySteamboat

62 C. Textile factory

63 A:B: Cost of producing industrial goods Rate of production #31 Factories changed the way goods were manufactured by increasing the ________. C:D: Consumer price of industrial goods Amount of available natural goods

64 B. Rate of production

65 A:B: Robert FultonHenry Ford #32 Who invented interchangeable parts, which changed the way factories operated? C:D: Samuel SlaterEli Whitney

66 D. Eli Whitney

67 A:B: Forced people to move to other countries Widened the gap between rich and poor. #33 A major impact industrialization had on the U.S. C:D: Lowered the rate of crime in cities Enabled the North to avoid taxes

68 B. Widened the gap between rich and poor

69 A:B: Effects of Industrialization on American life Influences leading to the Civil War #34 The increase in urbanization, western expansion, and the wide gap between rich and poor are all ________. C:D: Reasons for the Great Depression Results of the Civil Rights Movement

70 A. Effects of industrialization on American life

71 A:B: Employment opportunities for immigrants Reduction in need for slave labor #35 Industrialization in America created _____. C:D: Favorable relationships with foreign countries Economic culture of agriculture in the South

72 A. Employment opportunities for immigrants

73 A:B: More indentured servants from Europe Eli Whitneys invention of the cotton gin #36 Cause of increased output in cotton by the South C:D: Better weather conditions New infusion of slaves from Africa

74 B. Eli Whitneys invention of the cotton gin

75 A:B: Reduced need for slavery in South Lowered price of cotton in South #37 Which describes the cotton gins major contribution to industrialization? C:D: Created job opportunities for immigrants Made processing cotton more efficient

76 D. Made processing cotton more efficient

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