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52. The democratic ferment of the 1790s drew much inspiration from the French Revolution and British radicalism.
53. The discoveries made by Lewis and Clark on their expedition through the West persuaded Jefferson to go ahead with the Louisiana Purchase. 54. In consequence of the December 1814 Hartford Convention, the Federalist Party grew in strength
and vigor, as "Mr. Madison's War" was clearly unpopular. 55. The main target of the Sedition Act was the British.
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56. Lewis and Clark were guided by Pocahontas across the Bitterroot Mountains.
57. In the Revolution of 1800, Thomas Jefferson led a coup against the administration of John Quincy Adams.
58. Alexander Hamilton shot Aaron Burr in a hunting accident.
59. The Haitian Revolution renewed fears of a slave rebellion in the United States.
60. The Shawnee brothers Tecumseh and Tenskwatawa led the way in promoting Indian adoption of white customs.
Chapter 9 Questions 1. What 1793 invention spurred the rise of the Cotton Kingdom and fueled demand for slaves?
2. "Slave coffles . . . became a common sight." Define "coffles."
3. Which of the following destroyed Henry David Thoreau’s commune with nature? 4. America's first successful factory was established in 1790 by
a. Ely Whitney at Charleston, South Carolina. b. Robert Fulton at Albany, New York. c. Samuel Slater at Pawtucket, Rhode Island . d. Cyrus Hall McCormick at Chicago, Illinois.
5. For Ralph Waldo Emerson, freedom was
6. Which was not an element of the Second Great Awakening?

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