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Vocabulary Industrial Revolution Immigration Manifest Destiny The West ` 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points Inventions
The clearing of trees due to expansion and the Industrial Revolution
What is deforestation?
To leave one country and settle in another country
What is immigration?
19th-century doctrine that says the United States had the right and duty to expand throughout the North American continent.
What is Manifest Destiny?
Word associated with farming or agriculture
What is agrarian?
Person of the elite or privileged upper class
What is an aristocrat?
Americans built canals, roads and ______ to help increase industry
What is railroads?
The rise of cities and the Industrial Revolution led to harsh labor practices, disease, and ______
What is pollution?
Characteristic that best exemplifies the Southern lifestyle of farming
What is large plantations?
New inventions and machines led to the _______ system
What is factory?
Canal that connected the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes
What is the Erie Canal?
The cotton gin increased the need for ______ in the South
What is slavery?
Idea that parts could be changed and replaced easily
What are interchangeable parts?
New England relied greatly on _____ to power their early factories
What is water (rivers or streams)?
Inventor of the steamboat
Who is Robert Fulton?
Inventor of the mechanical reaper
Who is Cyrus McCormick?
Waves of immigrants from Europe increased diversity in the _______
What is the North?
Reason why Irish immigrants left Ireland
What is the potato famine?
Job type that forced people to migrate into the cities
What is the Embargo Act? What are factory jobs?
Immigrated to America to flee from harsh rulers
Who are the Germans?
Number of German immigrants that entered America during 1848
What is 60,000?
Expansion west led to a series of _____ with various foreign countries
What is wars?
Forced removal of Cherokee Indians due to westward expansion
What is the Trail of Tears?
First expedition to explore the Louisiana Purchase and took 3 ½ years
What is the Lewis and Clark Expedition?
Country that ceded Florida to the United States
Who is Spain?
Country that ceded Alaska to the United States
Who is Russia?
Reason why thousands of American families headed west in wagon trains
What is Oregon Fever?
River that the Lewis and Clark Expedition followed
What is the Missouri River?
Mexican settlements on the Western frontier were rich with cultural ______
What is traditions?
Laura Wilder and Annie Bidwell celebrated the role of pioneer women by _______ _____
What is writing books?
The Old Spanish Trail led travelers from Utah to ________
What is Los Angeles?
Make your wager
Final Answer Leader of the Mexican Army
Final Question Who is Santa Anna?
Westward Expansion Unit Test Name:______________________________ Period:____ B/G Date:______ 1.Which of the land areas shown on the map doubles the size.
Warm Up O The Second Great Awakening was a movement that promoted — O F spiritual revival and the need for social reform O G the use of reason and scientific.
From whom did the U.S. get the Louisiana Purchase?
US HISTORY Review of Political Change Economic and Social Change Mid-1800s.
US HISTORY Economic and Social Change Mid-1800s. ECONOMIC CHANGE West: more settlement, growth of farming (corn, wheat), land exploitation North:
Westward Expansion. When you are finished, you will be able to answer these questions: What factors influenced westward expansion? What new territories.
Economic Revolutions and Nationalism Unit 4, Lesson 2.
WHICH PRESIDENT PURCHASED LOUISIANA and WHY ??. THOMAS JEFFERSON Because he wanted to gain control of New Orleans to use the port to ship American goods.
Westward Expansion By: Ekta Upadhyay and Hedy Hartness.
Warm Up Create your booklet and glue it to page 37. Due the following pages on the following days. Thursday (2/26): TABLE 11-1 Friday (2/27): TABLE 11-2.
Objective: Students will understand Sectionalism and Nationalism in the United States.
Westward Expansion Industrial Revolution Steam Power Steam Power Rise in Immigration/Immigrants get more jobs Rise in Immigration/Immigrants.
Westward Expansion America establishes its boundaries.
Industrialization. Industrialization Basic Vocabulary.
Unit 9 Study Guide Industrialization. 1. Major Characteristics of the Era of Industrialism: 1.Sectionalism 2.Immigration 3.Population shift to cities.
Directions: Using a scratch piece of paper, make two cards. Label one card fact and the other fib. When I put the statement on the screen decide whether.
Unit 4 Vocabulary. Louisiana Purchase President Jefferson send James Monroe to negotiate with Napoleon to buy the Louisiana territory from France This.
The Young Republic Chapter 11. Exploring the West Chapter 11 Lesson 1.
Sectionalism- Regional Differences Objective- start to understand the regional differences between the North, South, and West. The regional differences.
Industrialization of America and the Market Revolution Antebellum Economics 1790s-1860.
IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY ON SHIPMENT OF GOODS Robert Fulton – Revolutionized shipment of manufactured and agricultural goods by with his steam-powered boat.
Westward Expansion Content Objective: Students will be able to describe how expansion affected the political make-up of the United States.
AMERICA BEFORE THE CIVIL WAR. Americans before Columbus.
The Westward Expansion By: Sherin and Rani. Lewis and Clark Expedition The Lewis and Clark expedition began in It took more than 2 years to.
Growth and Expansion Chapter 10. Economic Growth 10.1.
Westward Expansion. OBJ #1: A. Louisiana Purchase 1.Purchased from France $15 Million (Napoleon Sells) 2. Geographic Location *East- Mississippi.
Mini-quiz on mid-1800s economic and social issues.
Mormons Farmers Native Americans 49ers Cowboys Railroad Workers Definition: The belief in the 1800‘s that the US was destined by God to expand across.
The Industrial Revolution. Cotton Gin Robert Fulton John Deer Cyrus McCormick.
Louisiana Purchase Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery.
North and South Take Different Paths The Age of Industry The North Transformed The Plantation South Go West Young Man Odds and Ends $200 $400 $600 $800.
WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF WATCHING HOW THE USA WENT FROM 13 COLONIES TO 50 STATES. SIT BACK AND ENJOY! Westward Expansion.
Westward Expansion Answering the questions of the leaders of Idontknowwhere…
Manifest Destiny By: Dhruvil Patel The belief of expansion to the west…
Belief in the right of “Manifest Destiny”—The idea that expansion was for the good of the country and was the right of the country USI.8b.
Economic and Social Divisions between North and South.
Industrialization and Transportation CHAPTER 3, SECTION 1.
7:1 Regional Economies. Northern Economy Agriculture – Cash crops-grains, livestock – Small farms – Little use of slave labor Manufacturing – textiles.
Industrial Revolution. The IR is when people stopped making stuff at home and started making stuff in factories.
A Growing Country 5 th Grade Social Studies Chapter 11 Lesson 1 The Industrial Revolution.
In the early Antebellum era ( ), the U.S. economy grew rapidly The South, North, and West each developed specialized regional economies that became.
Early Industries and Inventions. The Industrial Revolution Industrial Revolution- the economic changes of the late 1700s, when manufacturing replaced.
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Manifest Destiny: Belief that it was God's will for the American people to expand their territory and political processes across the North American continent.
■Essential Question ■Essential Question: –How did the development of regional economies & Clay’s American System led to a national American economy? ■Warm-Up.
Aim: Is it our right to expand our country?. What do you see?
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