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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceWords & Wordplay · 10 years ago

Match each item on the left with the approriate term or definition on the right?

_A small settlement on the Ohio River, this city had emerged as the country's third-largest industrial center by 1840.

_With the completion of the Erie Canal, this city gained control of much of the trade with the West and emerged as the nation's largest and most important city.

_The author of The Wide, Wide World captured the realities and fears of a fluid society in the process of change.

_Textile manufacturers planned and built this "model" town expressly for industrial purposes in the 1820s.

_This industrialist established a mill at Waltham, Massachusetts, bringing all the steps of cotton production together under one roof.

_This publisher edited the popular magazine Godey's Lady's Book to help antebellum American women create a clean and wholesome home.

_This educational reformer sought to strengthen public education in Massachusetts by introducing graded schools, uniform curricula, and teacher training.

_This city experienced riots in August, 1834, caused by racial tensions between Irish immigrants and black residents.

_This educator opened a Connecticut school in 1833 to "young colored ladies and Misses," only to be harassed and arrested for the effort.

_English mechanic who devised a water-powered, yarn-spinning machine.

A. Cincinnati

B. Horace Mann

C. Philadelphia

D. New York City

E. Susan Warner

F. Lowell, Massachusetts

G. Prudence Crandall

H. Francis Cabot Lowell

I. Sarah Hale

J. Samuel Slater

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  • 10 years ago
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    d A small settlement on the Ohio River, this city had emerged as the country's third-largest industrial center by 1840.

    b With the completion of the Erie Canal, this city gained control of much of the trade with the West and emerged as the nation's largest and most important city.

    a The author of The Wide, Wide World captured the realities and fears of a fluid society in the process of change.

    c Textile manufacturers planned and built this "model" town expressly for industrial purposes in the 1820s.

    f This industrialist established a mill at Waltham, Massachusetts, bringing all the steps of cotton production together under one roof.

    h This publisher edited the popular magazine Godey's Lady's Book to help antebellum American women create a clean and wholesome home.

    i This educational reformer sought to strengthen public education in Massachusetts by introducing graded schools, uniform curricula, and teacher training.

    d This city experienced riots in August, 1834, caused by racial tensions between Irish immigrants and black residents.

    e This educator opened a Connecticut school in 1833 to "young colored ladies and Misses," only to be harassed and arrested for the effort.

    j English mechanic who devised a water-powered, yarn-spinning machine.

  • NG2199
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    10 years ago

    I think you should work on this yourself and if you get stumped, by all means come back to Yahoo Answers. Do some googling and you'd answer all of these in about 10 minutes.

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