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America was reluctant to industrialize for all the following reasons EXCEPT: A.Settlers were still busy trying to develop the land and establish communities in the newly founded colonies. B. It was very difficult trying to clear land, cultivate crops, harvest the fields, and build homes while being short on hands. C.The United States did not see a mass influx of migration until the 1840s. D.Native Americans were attacking their settlements and preventing them from expanding. The _________ was constructed to run from Maryland to Ohio. A.Erie Canal B.B & O Railroad C.turnpike D.Cumberland Road Trying to improve quality of life during the 1800s, resulted in contributions made in A.writing. D.all of the above What was New York's first daily newspaper? A.The New York Post B.The New York Times C.The New York Tribune D.American Minerva Effects of the Industrial Revolution include all of the following EXCEPT: A.More women entered the workplace. B.Manufacturers of machines began to use interchangeable parts. C.Britain eagerly encouraged a strong cooperation with the U.S. D.More jobs were created. Where did Samuel Slater build the first successful textile mill in the United States? A.Columbus, Ohio B.Chicago, Illinois C.Pawtucket, Rhode Island D.Newport, Vermont Who utilized the concept of a steam engine in the textile industry to power a ship? A.Samuel Slater B.Eli Whitney C.Robert Fulton D.Jedediah Strutt Who defied British authorities while emigrating from Great Britain to the United States? A.Eli Whitney B.James Watt C.Samuel Slater D.Robert Fulton Which of the following is NOT true about the effects of the Industrial Revolution? A.It brought a transformation from manual labor to a reliance on machinery. B.Sterile, dreary factories began popping up all over European cities. C.It gave rise to a new source of employment as well as an additional surge to their economy. D.It gave rise to big corporations and monopolies. Which canal was constructed in 1825 by the state of New York, is about 300 miles long and connects the Hudson River and Lake Erie? A.The Panama Canal B.The Eric Canal C.The Michigan Canal D.The Hudson Canal

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The first five are B A B C C I think.
Answered By: Turtle - 6/17/2012
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I'm sure you can find these answers in your textbook. We are not going to do your entire assignment for you.
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