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Industrial Revolution

Quiz by Joy Kurtz

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26 questions
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  • Q1
    Where did the Industrial Revolution begin?
    Massachusetts
    Ireland
    Great Britain
    France
    30s
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  • Q2
    Samuel Morse invented this communication device.
    telegraph
    telephone
    cotton gin
    reaper
    30s
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  • Q3
    Who invented the idea of interchangeable parts?
    Robert Fulton
    Eli Whitney
    Henry Ford
    Samuel Morse
    30s
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  • Q4
    The first factories in the U.S. primarily focused on creating...
    textiles
    cars
    steel
    machines
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  • Q5
    The ____________________ made extracting seeds from cotton more efficient.
    cotton gin
    mechanical reaper
    cotton hand
    steamboat
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  • Q6
    The telegraph increased the speed that people could...
    listen to music
    send products
    communicate across distances
    send letters
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  • Q7
    Which invention greatly increased the speed that crops could be harvested?
    mechanical reaper
    bessemer process
    cotton gin
    steamboat
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  • Q8
    Robert Fulton's steamboat aided the economic development of the United States by...
    making transportation on rivers more efficient
    connecting California with the east
    reducing traffic in ocean harbors
    ending dependence on European shipping
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  • Q9
    The development of interchangeable parts made possible the development of...
    handcrafted goods
    steam power
    plantation system
    assembly lines
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  • Q10
    Which group most likely benefitted most from the cotton gin?
    textile workers
    Irish immigrants
    plantation owners
    factory managers
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  • Q11
    Southern dependence on slavery and an agricultural economy resulted in...
    several new political parties
    dependence on government tax breaks
    an excellent railroad system
    a lack of factories
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  • Q12
    One result of the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825 was...
    a loss of business in the port of New York
    the bankruptcy of several railroads
    great debt because of the cost
    lower shipping costs for farmers
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  • Q13
    During the 1800s, people moved from rural to urban areas because of...
    better educational oportunities
    an increase in factory jobs
    availability of better health care
    affordable public housing
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  • Q14
    Being loyal to one section of the country is called...
    loyalty
    reformer
    transcendentalism
    sectionalism
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  • Q15
    The first textile mills in Massachusetts were located in...
    Boston
    Lowell
    Philadelphia
    Plymouth
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  • Q16
    What major improvement increased the availability of steel in America?
    Copper production process
    titanium production
    Bessemer process
    coal production
    30s
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  • Q17
    In 1832, most Americans opposed protective tariffs because...
    it increased the cost of owning slaves
    it discouraged the construction of new factories
    it increased the price of foreign goods
    it lowered the price of cotton
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  • Q18
    During the first part of the 19th century, difference between North, South, and West led to...
    mercantilism
    federalism
    sectionalism
    isolationism
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  • Q19
    The combination of resources, improved transportation, and technological breakthroughs led to...
    Era of Good Feelings
    formation of agricultural cooperatives
    the Industrial Revolution
    adoption of the Gold Standard
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  • Q20
    The introduction of interchangeable parts led to an increase in the speed at which you could...
    destroy products
    sell products
    ship products
    repair products
    30s
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