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1 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 it is a fact or fib. When I say go, lay down your card. Whoever plays the write card, gets a point!

2 Fact or Fib: Statement 1 The Industrial Revolution is moving from an agricultural society to one based on industry. FACT

3 Fact or Fib: Statement 2 Innovations like the steam engine, spinning jenny, and power loom led to textile factories. FACT

4 Fact or Fib: Statement 3 Factories led to growth of northeastern cities and decreased the demand for southern cotton. FIB Not only did the demand for cotton increase, but so did slavery. More slaves were needed to grown more cotton.

5 Fact or Fib: Statement 4 Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin and interchangeable parts. FACT

6 Fact or Fib: Statement 5 Samuel Slater developed the factory system which placed all the steps of manufacturing in one place. FIB This was invited by Francis Cabot Lowell. Slater memorized plans for machines and brought them over from Britain.

7 Fact or Fib: Statement 6 John Deere invented the mechanical reaper and Cyrus McCormick invented the steel plow. FIB This is revered. Deere invited the steel plow. McCormick the mechanical reaper.

8 Fact or Fib: Statement 7 The National Railroad (1806-18) was built for military reasons. When completed it connected the Eastern US to Illinois. FACT

9 Fact or Fib: Statement 8 James Watt’s steamboat, The Clermont, allowed the navigation of fast- flowing rivers up and down stream. FIB Robert Fulton invented the Steamboat. James Watt just invented the steam engine.

10 Fact or Fib: Statement 9 FACT The Erie Canal (1825) linked New York City to the Great Lakes. It’s success led to the construction of other canals.

11 Fact or Fib: Statement 10 FACT In 1818, Britain and the United States agreed to set the Canadian border at 49  N. This allowed the settling of the Oregon Territory.

12 Fact or Fib: Statement 11 In the Adams- Onis Treaty (1819), Spain gave up Florida and Texas to the United States. FIB Spain only gave up its claims to Florida. The United States gave up all claims to Texas.

13 Fact or Fib: Statement 12 FACT Sectionalism is strong loyalty to region led to disputes over national policies.

14 Fact or Fib: Statement 13 National Issues during the early 1800’s included states’ rights, slavery, admission of new states, tariffs, and child labor laws. FIB Child Labor Laws will become an issue but not until after the Civil War. The issue that is missing is internal improvements. All the others are correct.

15 Fact or Fib: Statement 14 The Missouri Compromise 1820 admitted Missouri as a slave state, Maine as a free state, and allowed slavery in the Louisiana Territory. FIB Slavery was not allowed in the Louisiana territory as part of this compromise. This lasted until Kansas- Nebraska Act and the Dred Scott Case.

16 Fact or Fib: Statement 15 FACT John Calhoun represented the south and was a supporter of states’ rights.

17 Fact or Fib: Statement 16 Henry Clay was form the North and his primary goal was preserving the Union. FIB This best describes Daniel Webster. Clay was from the West and was known as the Great Compromiser.

18 Fact or Fib: Statement 17 In the Monroe Doctrine, Europe was encouraged to make new colonies in the Americas. FIB President Monroe actually banned any new European colonies in the Americas. This was part of American foreign policy for a LONG time.

19 Fact or Fib: Statement 18 FACT In McCullough v Maryland, the supreme court ruled that states could not tax federal institutions.

20 Fact or Fib: Statement 19 FACT In Gibbons v. Ogden, the court ruled that only the federal government could regulate interstate trade.

21 Fact or Fib: Statement 20 FACT Andrew Jackson was known as “Old Hickory” and was the hero of New Orleans.

22 Fact or Fib: Statement 21 The Indian Removal Act allowed the Federal Government to force the Indian to move west without any compensation. FIB The act required the government to pay the Indians to move west. This happened because Americans wanted these lands.

23 Fact or Fib: Statement 22 FACT In Worcester v. Georgia, the court ruled that the Cherokee nation was an independent nation and only the federal government could deal with them.

24 Fact or Fib: Statement 23 FACT The Trail of Tears is when the Cherokees were forcibly moved from Georgia to Oklahoma. 4000 died along the way.

25 Fact or Fib: Statement 24 The Nullification Crisis is when Jackson vetoed the charter of the national bank. FIB This is when South Carolina threatened to secede over states rights because they were upset over a tariff (Tariff of Abominations).

26 Fact or Fib: Statement 25 The Panic of 1837 is when everyone was a economic growth after the national bank closed. FIB The Panic of 1837 was actually a depression after the bank closed.

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