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Warm Up What was the industrial Revolution? On your notes, create a bubble chart to brainstorm everything you know about the Industrial Revolution.
Test on States = Tuesday Sept. 13 th Test on 44 Presidents in order = September 16th Unit 2 Test = Tuesday, Sept. 20th
Big Themes & Concepts in this Lesson: I. Industrial Revolution II. Nationalism II. Nationalism III. Expansion IV. American System V. Sectionalism
Industrial Revolution Begins in Britain Samuel Slater - smuggled British textile technology to America in 1793
Different Economies in N & S North - Smaller farms - Midwest produces corn or wheat = Not labor intensive so low demand for slaves - Gradually do away with Slavery South - Ely Whitney invents Cotton gin - Makes growing Cotton Profitable$$$ - Ensures Slavery will continue to grow in South
Nationalism What is Nationalism? “Era of Good Feelings” after War of 1812 John Marshall Supreme Court Decisions Federal Government > State’s Rights Ex: McCulloch v. Maryland (1819) Gibbons v. Ogden (interstate trade) President James Monroe
The American System Henry Clay Sought to tie the expanding nation together politically and economically. Contains 3 parts 1. Strong Banking System for lending 2. Protective Tariff (1916) 3. Transportation development (canals, roads, railroads built)
American System Materials & food stuffs flow from South and West to Northeast while manufactured goods flow back to the South and West from the Northeast.
Sectionalism Missouri Compromise (1820) Over maintaining an equal ratio of slave-states to Free-states. North Population growing faster. -Missouri enters U.S. as a slave state, Maine is added as a free state to balance things out.