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  2. PresentationExpress Chapter 11: North and South Take Different Paths (1800–1845) North and South Take Different Paths (1800–1845) The Industrial Revolution The North Transformed The Plantation South The Challenges of Growth 2 Click a subsection to advance to that particular section. Advance through the slide show using your mouse or the space bar.

  3. The Industrial Revolution Sec 1: The Industrial Revolution A Revolution in Technology Main Idea:The Industrial Revolution introduced great changes in the way Americans lived. The American Industrial Revolution Main Idea:Britain tried but failed to prevent the spread of the new industrial methods. American Industry Grows Main Idea:The factory system changed the way Americans worked and encouraged the growth of the U.S. industry. The Revolution Takes Hold Main Idea:American inventors developed new ways for factories to produce large amounts of goods quickly. History Interactive: Discover a Steam Engine Color Transparencies: Spinning Mill Progress Monitoring Transparency

  4. Spinning Mill TRANSPARENCY Transparency: Spinning Mill

  5. PM TRANSPARENCY Progress Monitoring Transparency Progress Monitoring Transparency Section 1

  6. The North Transformed Sec 2: The North Transformed Northern Cities Main Idea: As cities in the United States grew, Americans faced a variety of urban problems. The Growth of Northern Industry Main Idea: New inventions and other advances in agriculture and manufacturing boosted industrial growth. A Transportation Revolution Main Idea: Advances in transportation made it easier for businesses to obtain raw materials and get goods to market. A New Wave of Immigrants Main Idea:Hunger and political unrest in Europe increased immigration to the United States in the 1840s. African Americans in the North Main Idea:Although slavery ended in the North, free African Americans struggled to overcome discrimination and prejudice. continued…

  7. The North Transformed (Continued…) Sec 2: The North Transformed Color Transparencies: Telegraph Image Library: Irish Immigration, 1845–1853 Progress Monitoring Transparency

  8. Telegraph TRANSPARENCY Transparency: Telegraph

  9. Irish Immigration, 1845–1853 IMAGE LIBRARY Image Library: Irish Immigration 1845–1853

  10. PM TRANSPARENCY Progress Monitoring Transparency Progress Monitoring Transparency Section 2

  11. The Plantation South Sec 3: The Plantation South The Cotton Kingdom Main Idea:As cotton production expanded in the South to supply the northern textile industry, planters increased their use of slave labor. African Americans in the South Main Idea:Whether free or enslaved, African Americans in the South were subject to harsh rules and unequal treatment. Image Library: Cotton Production and Slavery Progress Monitoring Transparency

  12. Cotton Production and Slavery IMAGE LIBRARY Image Library: Cotton Production and Slavery

  13. PM TRANSPARENCY Progress Monitoring Transparency Progress Monitoring Transparency Section 3

  14. The Challenges of Growth Sec 4: The Challenges of Growth Moving West Main Idea: During the early 1800s, a flood of settlers pushed the frontier ever farther to the west. Roads and Turnpikes Main Idea:Both private investors and the government helped to extend the network of American roads. Canals Main Idea: The Erie Canal was one of many canals built to fill gaps in the nation’s system of transportation. The Extension of Slavery Main Idea: As new states applied to enter the Union, a renewed debate over slavery added to tensions between the North and the South. MapMaster: Roads and Canals: 1820–1850 Image Library: Free and Slave States Progress Monitoring Transparency

  15. Cotton Production and Slavery IMAGE LIBRARY Image Library: Free and Slave States

  16. PM TRANSPARENCY Progress Monitoring Transparency Progress Monitoring Transparency Section 4