Which inventions changed the way cotton was processed?
Before the United States adopted the factory system, most manufactured goods were imported from England and other European countries.
The South focus was on Plantation style farms that grew?
The West supplied the North with food from its farms and raw material from its?
The North quickly separated itself from the other regions and quickly Industrialize, why didn't the North turn to large scale farming or mining like the South and West?
The Industrial Revolution lead to urbanization, immigration, and what?
Factories and the factory system in the North lead to....
What is given credit with giving a second life to the institution of slavery in the United States ?
Which factor promoted more immigration to the north than south during the 1800's
How are Canals and Rivers similar?
Why did slavery become a widespread practice in the United States during the early nineteenth century?
What was one major effect of the Second Great Awakening?
What was one result of industrialization in the United States during the mid-1800s?
The introduction of interchangeable parts led directly to the -