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Wednesday, Feb. 26 1.Turn in any work to get you off LR 2. Get out your History Spiral and update your table of contents DateTitleEntry # 2/19Chapter 11.

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1 Wednesday, Feb Turn in any work to get you off LR 2. Get out your History Spiral and update your table of contents DateTitleEntry # 2/19Chapter 11 Vocabulary17 2/21 North v. South Movie18 2/26Inventions activity/notes19 3. No warm up. Turn to entry #18. We are going to go over the movie from Friday

2 1st- Learning Recovery Friday, Feb. 28 th (4:00 to 5:30) NameChapter 9 mapChapter 10 map CaliXx

3 3rd - Learning Recovery Friday, Feb. 28 th (4:00 to 5:30) NameEssay – Was Jefferson Justified in buying Louisiana? Dolley Madison/Tecumseh Primary Source KonnorXx Mattxx NathanX

4 4th- Learning Recovery Friday, Feb. 28 th (4:00 to 5:30) NameEmbargo Act Political Cartoon Essay – Was Jefferson Justified in buying Louisiana? Dolley Madison/Tecumseh Primary Source Alysonx Vianeyx TaylorXxX Brandonx Andreax

5 6th- Learning Recovery Friday, Feb. 28 th (4:00 to 5:30) NameCh 9 map Vocabulary quiz chapter 10 Essay – Was Jefferson Justified in buying Louisiana? Dolley Madison/Tecumseh Primary Source Kaitlynx Garrettx Jordanx KarissaXXXX AdrianaxX

6 7th- Learning Recovery Friday, Feb. 28 th (4:00 to 5:30) NameDolley Madison/Tecumseh Primary Source MasonX Billyx

7 7th- Learning Recovery Friday, Feb. 28 th (4:00 to 5:30) NameDolley Madison/Tecumseh Primary Source Mariax Roxannax Austinx Lupex

8 Division (North v. South) Industry/FactoriesErie CanalCotton Cotton GinSlavery/SlavesWomen in the Factories Summary: The Industrial Revolution affects us today by ….

9 Industry/Factories 1.Located in the northern states 2.Raw cotton would go into factories and fabric would be made 3.Whale oil – made night work possible Erie CanalCotton Cotton Gin Slavery/SlavesWomen in the Factories

10 Industry/Factories 1.Located in the northern states 2.Raw cotton would go into factories and fabric would be made 3.Whale oil – made night work possible Erie Canal 1.Man-made waterway 2.Connected the East with the newly settled West 3. Allowed for the shipping of goods to western markets Cotton Cotton Gin Slavery/SlavesWomen in the Factories

11 Industry/Factories 1.Located in the northern states 2.Raw cotton would go into factories and fabric would be made 3.Whale oil – made night work possible Erie Canal 1.Man-made waterway 2.Connected the East with the newly settled West 3. Allowed for the shipping of goods to western markets Cotton 1.Southern states of the US 2. 1 pound took one day to clean and make ready for cloth Cotton Gin Slavery/SlavesWomen in the Factories

12 Industry/Factories 1.Located in the northern states 2.Raw cotton would go into factories and fabric would be made 3.Whale oil – made night work possible Erie Canal 1.Man-made waterway 2.Connected the East with the newly settled West 3. Allowed for the shipping of goods to western markets Cotton 1.Southern states of the US 2. 1 pound took one day to clean and make ready for cloth Cotton Gin 1.A machine that separates the seeds from cotton, 2.Caused slavery to expand 3.A slave could now clean more cotton in one day than ever before. 4.The demand for cotton went up! Slavery/SlavesWomen in the Factories

13 Industry/Factories 1.Located in the northern states 2.Raw cotton would go into factories and fabric would be made 3.Whale oil – made night work possible Erie Canal 1.Man-made waterway 2.Connected the East with the newly settled West 3. Allowed for the shipping of goods to western markets Cotton 1.Southern states of the US 2. 1 pound took one day to clean and make ready for cloth Cotton Gin 1.A machine that separates the seeds from cotton, 2.Caused slavery to expand 3.A slave could now clean more cotton in one day than ever before. 4.The demand for cotton went up! Slavery/Slaves 1.90% of Africans living in the US were slaves 2.Concentrated in the southern states 3.Critical to the southern economy 4. Began to expand to new western territories of the US Women in the Factories

14 Industry/Factories 1.Located in the northern states 2.Raw cotton would go into factories and fabric would be made 3.Whale oil – made night work possible Erie Canal 1.Man-made waterway 2.Connected the East with the newly settled West 3. Allowed for the shipping of goods to western markets Cotton 1.Southern states of the US 2. 1 pound took one day to clean and make ready for cloth Cotton Gin 1.A machine that separates the seeds from cotton, 2.Caused slavery to expand 3.A slave could now clean more cotton in one day than ever before. 4.The demand for cotton went up! Slavery/Slaves 1.90% of Africans living in the US were slaves 2.Concentrated in the southern states 3.Critical to the southern economy 4. Began to expand to new western territories of the US Women in the Factories 1.Mostly single women between Worked to support their families 3. Began to read and become more educated 4. The women’s movement for suffrage (voting rights) began in these factories ….

15 Division (North v. South) Industry/FactoriesErie CanalCotton Cotton GinSlavery/SlavesWomen in the Factories Summary: The Industrial Revolution affects us today by ….

16 Inventions and Inventors Thread-spinning mill Inventor: Impact: Steamboat Inventor: Impact: Cotton Gin Inventor: Impact: Telegraph Inventor: Impact: Metal Plow Inventor: Impact: Power loom for mills Inventor: Impact: Sewing Machine Inventor: Impact: Vulcanized Rubber Inventor: Impact: Summary: Which invention in your life today do you think makes the most impact and why?

17 What do I do after I finish my inventor worksheet? 1.Glue onto entry #19 2.Complete the summary: Which invention in your life today do you think makes the most impact and why? (this goes on entry #19) 3.Pick up the 2 primary sources: Due Friday


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