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This period was characterized by a change in society from agriculture to manufacturing
a) Industrial Revolution b) Civil War c) Reconstruction d) Reform
This was the mass production of woven cloth by machines
a) Bessemer Steel Process b) Textile Industy c) Cotton Gin Industry d) Lumber Industry
Who built the first spinning mill in America?
a) Samuel Slater b) Eli Whitney c) John Deere d) Cyrus McCormick
Who invented interchangeable parts?
a) Samuel Slater b) Eli Whitney c) John Deere d) Cyrus McCormick
What was the importance of interchangeable parts?
a) Decreased the production of manufactured goods b) Reduced the number of jobs available c) Led to more crops being produced. d) Sped up the production of goods and made repairs easier
What invention led to the creation of the assembly line?
a) Cotton gin b) Railroad c) Interchangeable parts d) Waterloom
Which of the following was not a result of the Industrial Revolution?
a) Urbanization b) Increase in immigrant workers c) Overcrowding d) Descrease in jobs in the city
Eli Whitney invented this machine to remove the seeds from cotton
a) Plow b) Railroad c) Cotton Gin d) Interchangeable parts
Which of the following was not a result of the invention of the cotton gin?
a) Decrease need for slave labor b) Increase need for slave labor c) Increase cotton production d) Cotton became king in the south
Who invented the steamboat?
a) Eli Whitney b) Cyrus McCormick c) Robert Fulton d) John Deere
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