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Had been held by Spain, but Spain had a hard governing it Seminoles, runaway slaves, and white outlaws were able to conduct raids into US territory Jackson’s Military Campaign… Jackson led a force of militia into Florida, destroyed Seminole villages, and hanged two Seminole chiefs He also drove out the Spanish governor, and hanged two British traders accused of aiding the Seminoles Florida Purchase Treaty (1819)… Spain turned over all of its possessions in Florida and its own claims in the Oregon Territory to the US in exchange the US agreed to give $5 million and give up any US territorial claims to the Spanish province of Texas Also called the Adams-Onis Treaty 5. A National Economy, pp 159-164… HEAVILY EMPHASIZED ON NEW FRAMEWORK! The economic changes caused by the market revolution had Transportation… Vital to the development of both a national and an industrial What is one key difference between the Lancaster Turnpike and the
significant effects on migration patterns, gender and family relations, and the distribution of political power. The market revolution helped to widen a gap between rich and poor, shaped emerging middle and working classes, and caused an increasing separation between home and workplace, which led to dramatic transformations in gender and in family roles and expectations. economy was an efficient network of interconnecting roads and canals for moving people, raw materials, and manufactured goods Roads… Pennsylvania’s Lancaster Turnpike connected Philadelphia with the rich farmlands around Lancaster Cumberland Road- a paved highway and major route to the west expanding more than a thousand miles from Maryland to Illinois Steamboats… The age of mechanized, steam powered travel began with the successful voyage up the Hudson River of the Clermont, a steam-boat developed by Robert Fulton Steamboat lines made round-trip shipping on the nation’s great rivers faster and cheaper Railroads… Alternate method for carrying passengers and freight Small western towns were changed into booming commercial centers of the expanding national economy Growth of Industry… The US’ manufacturing surpassed agriculture and it was the world’s leader Mechanical Inventions… Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin and devised a system for making rifles out of interchangeable parts Interchangeable parts became the basis for mass production methods in the new northern factories Factory System… Samuel Slater brought to the US British secrets for building cotton-spinning machines and helped establish the first US factory Domestic manufacturing was stimulated, and the protective tariffs helped the factories prosper As the factory system expanded, it encouraged the growth of financial businesses such as banking and insurance Labor… Textile mills recruited young farm women and housed them in company dormitories (Lowell System) Many factories made use of child labor and immigrants Unions… Long hours, low pay, and poor working conditions led to

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