Chapter 10 - Set 3

  1. -Establish Protective Tariffs
    -Develop transportation systems
    -National Bank
    -Make US self-sufficient
    The American System
  2. To be tried in a military court
    Court-martial
  3. A law that gives an inventor the sole legal right to the invention and its profits for a certain period of time
    Patent
  4. - Soil wasn’t good for farming
    -There were many rivers and streams
    -NE was close to other resources (coal, iron, etc…)
    -There was capital, or money, available for business
    -New England also had ports for shipping
    Industrial Revolution in New England
  5. Largest cash crop in the South from the Industrial Revolution until the Civil War.
    Cotton
  6. War Hawk from Kentucky; came up with the idea of the "American System"
    Henry Clay
  7. -Maryland levied a tax on the Second Bank of the United States
    -James McCulloch refused to pay the tax and MD brought a suit against him
    -State government (MD) had no right taxing the Bank because it was a part of the federal government
    McCulloch v. Maryland
  8. Supreme Court case; established that states couldn't enact legislation
    that would interfere with Congressional power over interstate commerce
    Gibbons v. Ogden
  9. Chief Justice of Supreme Court from 1801-1835
    John Marshall
  10. A man-made canal that connected eastern New York to Lake Erie. It reduced the cost of shipping and caused NY to be connected to the mid-west and Atlantic Ocean which resulted in their thriving economy
    Erie Canal
  11. South Carolina War Hawk; supported
    state sovereignty and internal improvements for the South; was against high tariffs
    John C. Calhoun
  12. The idea that states have autonomous power
    State sovereignty
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Chapter 10 - Set 3
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Chapter 10 - III
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