Chapter 14 Study Guide 09

Chapter 14 Study Guide 09 - CHAPTER 14 Forging the National...

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CHAPTER 14: Forging the National Economy, 1790-1860 Chapter Objectives: After mastering this chapter, you should be able to: 1. Describe the movement and growth of America’s population in the early 19 th Century. 2. Describe the effects of Irish and German immigration on American society. 3. Explain why America was relatively slow to embrace the industrial revolution and the factory. 4. Describe the early development of the factory system and Eli Whitney’s system of interchangeable parts. 5. Indicate the nature of early of early industrial labor and explain its effects on workers, including women and children. 6. Describe the impact of new technology and transportation systems on American business and agriculture. 7. Describe the sequence of major transportation and communication systems that developed from 1790 to 1860 and indicate their economic consequences. 8. Describe the effects of the market revolution on the American economy, including the new disparities between rich and poor.
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