US History Final Exam Notes Compiled

US History Final Exam Notes Compiled - 12/12/2010 16:34:00...

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Unformatted text preview: 12/12/2010 16:34:00 Gabriels Rebellion Blacksmith, slave o A skilled worker who had more independence o Gives u certain advantage and a limited independence being a blacksmith A threat to the republic of the United States Stole a pig Plan was to spare certain people o Quaker, Methodist, and Frenchmen Beaucse they are friendly to liberty Those who do not have slaves Those to join him The Wiskey Rebellion Agrarian Republic Family of farms Everyone is equal Critical on those who dependent on others 12/12/2010 16:34:00 Baberi Pirates Had to pay some sort of tax Old Iron Side o Its a ship Losiana Purchase A negoatiation of a foreign power Jefferson thought that the Natives were equals The only problem was that their culture was too primitive Federalists are important in the North East Democratic Republic South and the west o Economic issues, stonger government, smaller government o Its ironic how Jefferson being a democratic wanted to expand his states power by Lousinana purchase Tecumseh built coalitions for PAN Indian Identities where common tribes fight against American Expansion The invention of the cotton gin Separated the cotton from the seed Tremendously profitable World cotton industry in 1800 This cotton goes to the north and England where they have the growing textile industry where they create cloth Profit in slaves The price of slaves goes up tremendously Owning slaves become profitable in and of itself o On top of the profits from cotton These profits are only for those who are wealthy who are can afford slaves In the North Small scale companies eventually turned into large scale production of factories o Development of cities o Larger labor supplies o Immigration The population has increased drastically due to immigration Changes in technology Rail roads have been prominent o Transport good from place to place much more easily Get their goods to the eastern market o The time required to go from New York to Chicago has drastically decreased 2 days by 1860 Walden Lives a simple life in the woods He felt everything was superficial Was against the Rail Roads o There was a strict time schedule for the rail roads This is something new in American lives Need to know to the minute Lowell Mills 1823, establishment of Lowell Mill o one of the first cotton textile companies in America o Young unmarried women worked there This is because it was seen that women were traditional workers suited for this kind of job...
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Reginald during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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US History Final Exam Notes Compiled - 12/12/2010 16:34:00...

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