History Chapter 9

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Which of the following is true of Lafayette’s 1824 visit to the United States?

Southern states banned "persons of color" from ceremonies honoring him.

What improvement most dramatically increased the speed and lowered the expense of commerce in the first half of the nineteenth century?

canals and steamboats

The Erie Canal gave which city primacy over competing ports in accessing trade with the Northwest?

New York

The Erie Canal:

was far longer than any other canal in the United States at that time.

America’s first commercial railroad was the:

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.

The American railroad industry in the first half of the nineteenth century:

stimulated the coal mining industry.


set up farms on unoccupied land.

Which of the following did NOT contribute to the American acquisition of Florida from Spain?

Spain’s loss of Haiti in a slave rebellion, which rendered Florida imperially unimportant

The first industry to be shaped by the large factory system was:


What was the most important export from the United States by the midnineteenth century?


Which of the following was NOT a way in which westward movement affected the South?

The South had to develop a highly effective railroad system to transport goods from west to east

What city was known as "porkopolis" because of its slaughterhouses that butchered and processed hundreds of thousands of pigs each year?


Samuel Slater:

established America’s first factory.

Which of the following was responsible for the first large-scale American factory, which was built in Massachusetts?

the cutoff of British imports because of the Embargo of 1807 and the War of 1812

The "American system of manufactures":

owed a great deal to Eli Terry’s development of interchangeable parts in clockmaking.

How did the market revolution change the way Americans conceived of time?

Clocks increasingly regulated the separation of work and leisure time.

Women who worked at the Lowell mills:

lived in closely supervised boardinghouses.

The "German triangle" in the mid-nineteenth century referred to:

Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Milwaukee—cities with large German populations.

In Gibbons v. Ogden, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that:

New York could not grant a monopoly on steamboat navigation between New York and New Jersey.

According to John O’Sullivan, the "manifest destiny" of the United States to occupy North America could be traced to:

a divine mission.

The transcendentalist movement:

emphasized individual judgment, not tradition.

Which of the following statements related to the Second Great Awakening is FALSE?

The Second Great Awakening popularized Deism.

Which denomination enjoyed the largest membership in the United States by the 1840s?


John Jacob Astor, who seemed to exemplify the "self-made man":

became wealthy trading goods between the United States and China.

The official seals of New Jersey (1821) and Arkansas (1836) both reflected the widespread identification of freedom with:

technological progress and material prosperity.

The cult of domesticity:

led to a decline in birthrates.

The women who protested during the Shoemakers’ Strike in Lynn, compared their condition to that of:


What did Noah Webster’s American Dictionary define as "a state of exemption from the power or control of another"?


The catalyst for the market revolution was a series of innovations in transportation and communication.


Because an English law forbade the export of machinery blueprints, Samuel Slater memorized the plans for the power-driven spinning jenny before immigrating to America.


Even though the days were long at New England textile factories, the girls were still allowed significant autonomy as to when they took their breaks and how long they took for lunch and dinner.


John O’Sullivan coined the term "manifest destiny" to describe America’s divinely appointed mission to settle all of North America.


Henry David Thoreau celebrated the innovation of the market revolution.


The Second Great Awakening both took advantage of the market revolution and criticized its excesses.


Women and blacks fully enjoyed the fruits of the market revolution.


One significant way that blacks were able to enjoy economic independence was by settling in the West on federally provided public land.


For middle-class women in the nineteenth century, not working was viewed as a badge of freedom.


As the market revolution took on steam, some critics described wage labor as the very essence of slavery.


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