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Lecture 9

HIS 2201 Lecture 9: Market Revolution

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The Market Revolution I. Territorial Expansion a. Louisiana Purchase 1803 II. Transportation and Communication a. National Road b. Erie Canal c. Railroads d. Telegraph III. Early Industrial Development a. Machines and factories IV. Expansion of Slavery a. Cotton Gin Cumberland Road- Maryland to Illinois, National Road, built by mostly state but some federal money, first infrastructure paid for with federal money Erie Canal- steamboat revolutionized waterways, across NY state, Great Lakes to Hudson, built by state of NY, localities built canals off of it,
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