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what was the transportation revolution of the early 1800's?
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Weegy: One of the most remarkable things about Americans, according to travelers from Europe in the first part of the 19th century, was how much they moved about. [ Not only did they routinely travel long distances to attend services in their churches and to shop in their markets, but they also changed residences almost as routinely. And not only did they invent new methods of transportation during the first half of the century, but they also made significant improvements in many of the old methods. Between 1800 and 1850 the physical territory of the United States had quadrupled in size; but measured in terms of travel time, the country had become much smaller. Read more at Suite101: The Transportation Revolution in Early America ]
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User: describe the lowell system of management of factories and employees?

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The lowell system of management of factories and employees is used in the early 19th century in textile mills, particularly in Lowell, Massachusetts. It was one of the first instances of large-scale factory production in the United States.
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The expansion of internal American trade greatly increased with the adoption of canals, steamboats, and railroads was the transportation revolution of the early 1800's.
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what was the rush bagot agreement of 1817? User: what was the missouri compromise? User: why was the missouri compromise needed?
Weegy: The Missouri Compromise prohibited slavery. It should be obvious why it was needed. Read up on it here: (More)
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The Rush-Bagot Agreement of 1817 was an agreement between the United States and Great Britain that limited naval armament on the Great Lakes, marking an important step towards disarmament and peaceful relations between the two nations.

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The Missouri Compromise of 1820 was a legislative agreement that admitted Missouri as a slave state and Maine as a free state, while also establishing a line of latitude (36°30') as the boundary for future slave and free states, aiming to maintain a balance of power between the North and the South regarding slavery.

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The Missouri Compromise was needed to address the growing tensions between slaveholding and free states, aiming to maintain a delicate balance of power in Congress and prevent the spread of slavery into newly acquired territories.

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