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42) SAMUEL MORSE - TRANSMITTED FIRST TELEGRAPH MESSAGE. 43) NATIVISTS - MEMBERS OF THE KNOW - NOTHING PARTY. 44) CREDIT - FORM ...

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WHO CONSTRUCTED THE FIRST MECANICAL REAPER- CYRUS MCCORMICK BY 1860, THE MIDWEST AND THE EAST WERE UNITED BY A NETWORK OF RAILROAD TRACKS. WITH OTHER WORKERS OF THE SAME SKILLS, WORKERS FORMED TRADE UNIONS. FAMINE CAUSED PEOPLE FROM IRELAND TO IMMIGRATE TO THE U.S. GERMANS ARRIVING BETWEEN 1820 AND 1860, WAS THE 2ND LARGEST GROUP OF IMMIGRANTS. COTTON WAS “KING” AND THE MAIN TOPIC OF CONVERSATION IN THE SOUTH. A SHORTAGE OF RAILROADS WOULD HAVE DEVASTATING CONSEQUENCES FOR THE SOUTH IN THE CIVIL WAR. YEOMEN WERE A LARGE GROUP OF SOUTHERNERS WHO OWNED SMALL FARMS OF ABOUT 50 TO 200 ACRES. PLANTATION WIVES WATCHED OVER THE ENSLAVED HOUSEHOLD WORKERS AND TENDED TO THEM WHEN THEY WERE ILL. MOST ENSLAVED PEOPLE ON PLANTATIONS WORKED AS FIELD HANDS. LAND, LABOR, AND CAPITAL ARE OFTEN CALLED FACTORS OF PRODUCTION. NAT TURNER LED A GROUP OF ENSLAVED AFRICAN AMERICANS IN REBELLION AGAINST THEIR SLAVEHOLDERS IN 1831. MOST FACTORY WORKERS LIVED IN SLUMS. TO PUT PRESSURE ON EMPLOYERS, WORKERS STAGED STRIKES. MANY IMMIGRANTS FROM IRELAND BECAME SERVANTS AND FACTORY WORKERS. COTTON TRANSFORMED THE STAGNANT ECONOMY OF THE SOUTH INTO A PROSPEROUS, ROBUST ECONOMY.

17) THE LARGEST GROUP OF WHITES IN THE SOUTH WERE YEOMAN. 18) PLANTATION OWNERS MEASURED THEIR WEALTH PARTLY BY THE NUMBER OF ENSLAVED PEOPLE THEY CONTROLLED. 19) ENSLAVED PEOPLE NEEDED AN EXTENDED FAMILY BECAUSE THEY COULD BE SOLD. 20) SLAVE CODES MADE IT A CRIME TO TEACH ENSLAVED PEOPLE TO READ OR WRITE. 21) NEW HARMONY, INDIANA, WAS AN EXAMPLE OF A UTOPIA. 22) HORACE MANN WAS THE LEADER WHO LENGTHENED THE SCHOOL YEAR TO SIX MONTHS. 23) THE FIRST COLLEGE FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS WAS ASHMUN INSTITUTE. 24) WRITERS MARGARET FULLER, RALPH WALDO EMERSON, AND HENRY DAVID THOREAU WERE TRANSCENDENTALIST. 25) WASHINGTON IRVING WROTE THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW. 26) THE FIRST WHITE ABOLITIONIST TO CALL THE IMMEDIATE AND COMPLETE EMANCIPATION OF ENSLAVED PEOPLE WAS WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON. 27) SOJOURNER TRUTH HAD NEVER BEEN TAUGHT TO READ OR WRITE, BUT SPOKE WITH WIT AND WISDOM. 28) WOMEN FIGHTING TO END SLAVERY RECOGNIZED THEIR OWN BONDAGE AND FORMED THE WOMENʼS RIGHTS MOVEMENT. 29) THE FIRST WOMENʼS RIGHTS CONVENTION WAS HELD IN NEW YORK. 30) WYOMING WAS THE FIRST STATE TO GRANT WOMEN THE RIGHT TO VOTE. 31) IN THE 1800ʼS, THERE WAS A WAVE OF RELIGIOUS FERVOR KNOWN AS THE SECOND GREAT AWAKENING. 32) TEMPERANCE CALLED FOR DRINKING LITTLE OR NO ALCOHOL. 33) HORACE MANN BECAME THE HEAD OF EDUCATION IN MASSACHUSETTS IN 1837. 34) HERMAN MELVILLE WROTE MOBY DICK. 35) EMILY DICKINSON WROTE SEEMINGLY SIMPLE, DEEPLY PERSONAL POEMS. 36) FREDERICK DOUGLAS PURCHASED HIS FREEDOM FROM THE SLAVEHOLDER HE HAD FLED.

37) THE NETWORK OF ESCAPE ROUTES OUT OF THE SOUTH FOR ENSLAVED PEOPLE WAS THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD. 38) HARRIET TUBMAN WAS THE MOST FAMOUS UNDERGROUND RAILROAD CONDUCTOR. 39) THE MOST CONTROVERSIAL ISSUE AT THE SENECA FALLS CONVENTION CONCERNED SUFFRAGE. 40) ELIZABETH BLACKWELL FOUNDED THE NEW YORK IMFIRMARY FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN. 41) PETER COOPER - BUILT U.S. STEAM LOCOMOTIVES. 42) SAMUEL MORSE - TRANSMITTED FIRST TELEGRAPH MESSAGE. 43) NATIVISTS - MEMBERS OF THE KNOW - NOTHING PARTY. 44) CREDIT - FORM OF A LOAN 45) NAT TURNER - ENSLAVED AFRICAN AMERICANS WHO REBELLED. 46) COTTON GIN - INCREASED COTTON PROCESSING. 47) INDUSTRY - THE NORTHʼS MAIN INCOME. 48) AGRICULTURE - THE SOUTHʼS MAIN INCOME. 49) FIXED COST - REGULAR EXPENSES. 50) OVERSEER - PLANTATION MANAGER 51) REVIVALS - FRONTIER CAMP MEETINGS. 52) DOROTHEA DIX - REFORMED CARE FOR MENTALLY ILL. 53) LIBERIA - PLACE OF FREEDOM. 54) FREDERICK DOUGLAS - NORTH STAR EDITOR. 55) UNDERGROUND RAILROAD - RUNAWAY SLAVE ESCAPE ROUTE. 56) JOHN JAMES AUDUBON - PAINTED BIRDS. 57) HENRY DAVID THOREAU - PRACTICED CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE. 58) HARRIET BEECHER STOWE - WROTE UNCLE TOMʼS CABIN. 59) ELIZABETH CADY STANTON - DEMANDED WOMAN SUFFRAGE. 60) MARIA MITCHELL - DISCOVERED A COMET.

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