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Who invented the sewing machine in 1846?
a) Elias Howe b) Samuel Morse c) Peter Cooper d) Robert Fulton
Then invention of the steamboat by ______________ meant that goods and passengers could be transported more quickly.
a) Elias Howe b) Samuel Morse c) Peter Cooper d) Robert Fulton
Who built the first American steam locomotive?
a) Elias Howe b) Samuel Morse c) Peter Cooper d) Robert Fulton
By 1860 , ___________________ helped speed the flow of goods from the East to the Midwest.
a) 31,000 miles of roads b) 31,000 steamboats c) 31,000 canals d) 31,000 miles of railway tracks
Who developed the telegraph system?
a) Elias Howe b) Samuel Morse c) Peter Cooper d) Robert Fulton
Which was NOT a revolutionary invention that changed farming methods in the 1830s?
a) Steel-tipped plow b) Thresher c) Tractor d) Mechanical Reaper
Organizations of workers with the same trade or skill
a) factories b) famines c) trade unions d) strikes
Free African Americans could attend all public schools.
a) True b) c) d) False
Women in factories were paid the same as men in factories.
a) True b) c) d) False
What is NOT a reason that city life was difficult or dangerous?
a) Threat of fire b) Run-down buildings c) Houses were expensive d) Overcrowding
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