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Chapter 14 North Africa
Berbers
Cairo
Souks
Free Port
An ethnic group who are native to North Africa and speak Berb…
Egypt's capital.
North African marketplaces
A city in which almost no taxes are placed on goods sold there.
Berbers
An ethnic group who are native to North Africa and speak Berb…
Cairo
Egypt's capital.
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Chapter 14 - North Africa
Egypt
Libya
Capital - Cairo
Capital - Tripoli
Capital?
Capital?
Egypt
Libya
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Chapter 14: North & South
revival
Second Great Awakening
utopias
temperance
religious camp meetings
a wave of religious fervor stirred the nation
communities based on a vision of the perfect society
drinking little or no alcohol
revival
religious camp meetings
Second Great Awakening
a wave of religious fervor stirred the nation
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Chapter 14: North and South
South
South
South
North
relied heavily on slavery
main industry agriculture
main economic product was cotton
main economic industry was factories
South
relied heavily on slavery
South
main industry agriculture
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Chapter 14 - North and South
South
South
South
North
relied heavily on slavery
main industry agriculture
main economic product was cotton
main economic industry was factories
South
relied heavily on slavery
South
main industry agriculture
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Chapter 14 - North Africa MAP!
Sahara Desert
Nile River
Suez Canal
Red Sea
Sahara Desert
Nile River
Chapter 14 North and South Notes
Strike
Overseer
11.4 Hours
$4-6
A stopping of work by workers to force an employer to meet de…
Person who supervises a large operation or its workers
Hours per day that most men and women worked in factories in…
Amount a factory worker made in a week
Strike
A stopping of work by workers to force an employer to meet de…
Overseer
Person who supervises a large operation or its workers
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Chapter 14 North Africa
Sahara
Nile River
Silt
Suez Canal
longerest desert in the world that covers most go Northern Af…
world's longest river
finely ground fertile soil that is good for growing crops
a narrow waterway that connects the Mediterranean Sea with th…
Sahara
longerest desert in the world that covers most go Northern Af…
Nile River
world's longest river
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chapter 14: North Africa
Sahara
Nile River
silt
Suez Canal
largest desert in the world
longest river in the world
finely ground fertile soil that is good for growing crops
man-made waterway that connects the Mediterranean and Red Seas
Sahara
largest desert in the world
Nile River
longest river in the world
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Chapter 14 - North Africa Facts + Map !!!
Algeria
Arabic
Atlantic
Atlas Mountains
an "A" country in North Africa
In the AD600s, Arab armies brought 2 things to North Africa,…
the ___ Ocean is west of Morocco and Western Sahara
the ___ ___ are on the border between Morocco & Algeria
Algeria
an "A" country in North Africa
Arabic
In the AD600s, Arab armies brought 2 things to North Africa,…
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North Africa Vocab: Chapter 14
Sahara
Nile River
Silt
Suez Canal
The world's largest desert it dominates much of North Africa
The world's longest river flows through East Africa, Egypt, a…
Finely ground fertile soil that is good for growing crops
A canal in Egypt that links the Mediterranean And Red Sea
Sahara
The world's largest desert it dominates much of North Africa
Nile River
The world's longest river flows through East Africa, Egypt, a…
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Chapter 14 - North Africa Facts + Map !!!!
Algeria
Arabic
Atlas Mountains
delta
an "A" country in North Africa
In the AD600s, Arab armies brought 2 things to North Africa,…
the ___ ___ are on the border between Morocco & Algeria
land at the mouth of a river, where it empties into a body of…
Algeria
an "A" country in North Africa
Arabic
In the AD600s, Arab armies brought 2 things to North Africa,…
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Chapter 14 North and South
Describe the three phases of industria…
Explain the importance of the developm…
How did the creation of the telegraph…
List the three inventions in the 1830'…
During the first phase employers divided jobs into smaller st…
They connected many cities forming a network that united the…
t allowed information to be communicated in minutes rather th…
steel tipped plow... mechanical reaper... thresher
Describe the three phases of industria…
During the first phase employers divided jobs into smaller st…
Explain the importance of the developm…
They connected many cities forming a network that united the…
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Chapter 14 North and South
Railroads
Tom Thumb
Samuel F.B. Morse
Alfred Lewis
Made travel and trade easier
first steam powered train in America; built by Peter Cooper
perfected the telegraph so ... that messages could be sent ... over…
created Morse Code
Railroads
Made travel and trade easier
Tom Thumb
first steam powered train in America; built by Peter Cooper
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Social Studies Chapter 14 North and South
Frederick Douglas
Cotton
John Deere
Light Weight Plow
(1817-1895) American abolitionist and writer, he escaped slav…
Southern States major crop
American blacksmith that was responsible for inventing the st…
to break the ground with a plow which is a piece of farming e…
Frederick Douglas
(1817-1895) American abolitionist and writer, he escaped slav…
Cotton
Southern States major crop
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Chapter 14 North and South
clipper ship
Morse code
trade unions
strike
ship with sleek hulls and tall sails that "clipped" time from…
a system of dots and dashes that represent the alphabet
group of workers with the same trade, or skill
a refusal to work in order to force an employer to make changes
clipper ship
ship with sleek hulls and tall sails that "clipped" time from…
Morse code
a system of dots and dashes that represent the alphabet
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Chapter 14 - North Africa MAP & FLAGS !
Sahara Desert
Nile River
Suez Canal
Red Sea
Sahara Desert
Nile River
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Chapter 14: North andSouth
clipper ship
telegraph
Morse code
trade union
ship with sleek hulls and tall sails that "clipped" time for…
a device that used electric signals to send messages
a system of dots and dashes that represent the alphabet
group of workers with the same trade or skill
clipper ship
ship with sleek hulls and tall sails that "clipped" time for…
telegraph
a device that used electric signals to send messages
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Chapter 14 - North/South
Railroad
South
Increased
North
What was the fastest means of transportation in the 1800s?
Natural waterways was the main means of transportation in thi…
Because of the railroad, population in the Midwest __________…
More factories are located in this region
Railroad
What was the fastest means of transportation in the 1800s?
South
Natural waterways was the main means of transportation in thi…
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Chapter 14 North and South
telegraph
locomotive
trade unions
famine
a device that sent electrical signals along a wire
a steam powered engine pulling rail cars
called for a shorter workday, higher wages, and better workin…
severe food shortage
telegraph
a device that sent electrical signals along a wire
locomotive
a steam powered engine pulling rail cars
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Social Studies Chapter 14 The Worlds of North and South
telegraph
clipper ship
artisan
trade union
device that sent electrical signals along a wire
fast- sailing ship of the mid-1800s
worker who has learned a trade, such as carpentry
association of trade workers formed to gain higher wages and…
telegraph
device that sent electrical signals along a wire
clipper ship
fast- sailing ship of the mid-1800s
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US History: Chapter 14- North & South
clipper ship
telegraph
Morse code
innovation
ship with sleek hulls and tall sails that "clipped" time from…
a device that used electric signals to send messages
a system of dots and dashes that represent the alphabet
a new development or invention
clipper ship
ship with sleek hulls and tall sails that "clipped" time from…
telegraph
a device that used electric signals to send messages
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Chapter 14 North and South
capital
credit
literacy
discrimination
money to invest
to purchase goods with loaned money
the ability to read and write
unfair treatment of a specific group
capital
money to invest
credit
to purchase goods with loaned money
29 terms
Chapter 14 North and South
Railroads
Tom Thumb
Samuel F.B. Morse
Alfred Lewis
Made travel and trade easier
first steam powered train in America; built by Peter Cooper
perfected the telegraph so ... that messages could be sent ... over…
created Morse Code
Railroads
Made travel and trade easier
Tom Thumb
first steam powered train in America; built by Peter Cooper
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Chapter 14 North and south
What did Clipper ships and rail roads…
What were some problems that occurred…
What was the Telegraph?
What was Morse code?
Clippers and railroads changed industry by allowing goods to…
the great train wreck occurred and was one of the deadliest t…
The Telegraph was a machine that used Morse Code to send Mess…
The code that telegraphs used to communicate.
What did Clipper ships and rail roads…
Clippers and railroads changed industry by allowing goods to…
What were some problems that occurred…
the great train wreck occurred and was one of the deadliest t…
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Chapter 14- The North and the South
Telegraph
Locomotive
Clipper Ship
Artisan
Communications device that sends electrical signals along a w…
Engine that pulls a railroad train.
Fast-sailing ship of the mid -1800's.
Skilled worker.
Telegraph
Communications device that sends electrical signals along a w…
Locomotive
Engine that pulls a railroad train.
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Chapter 14 "North and South"
Innovation
Clipper Ship
Transform
Telegraph
A new development or invention
Ship with sleek hulls and tall sails that "clipped" time from…
To change significantly
A device that used electric signals to send messages
Innovation
A new development or invention
Clipper Ship
Ship with sleek hulls and tall sails that "clipped" time from…
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Chapter 14_1 Industry in the North
Elias Howe
John Deere
Cyrus McCormick
Samuel F.B. Morse
invented the sewing machine in 1846
inventor of lightweight steel plow
opened a factory that made mechanical reapers in 1847
invented the telegraph in 1844
Elias Howe
invented the sewing machine in 1846
John Deere
inventor of lightweight steel plow
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Chapter 14- The Worlds of North and South
telegraph
clipper ship
locomotive
artisan
communication device that sends electrical signals along a wire
fast-sailing ship of the mid-1800s
engine that pulls a railroad train
worker who has learned a trade, such as carpentry
telegraph
communication device that sends electrical signals along a wire
clipper ship
fast-sailing ship of the mid-1800s
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Chapter 14 North Africa Vocab
Sahara
Nile River
Silt
Suez Canal
The world's largest desert it dominates much of North Africa
The world's longest river flows through East Africa, Egypt, a…
Finely ground fertile soil that is good for growing crops
A canal in Egypt that links the Mediterranean And Red Sea
Sahara
The world's largest desert it dominates much of North Africa
Nile River
The world's longest river flows through East Africa, Egypt, a…
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Chapter 14 North Africa
Alluvial soil
Wadi
Phosphate
Domesticate
Rich soil made up of sand and mud deposited by running water
In the desert, a streambed that is dry except during heavy rain
A natural mineral containing chemical compounds and often use…
To adapt plants and animals from the wild for human use
Alluvial soil
Rich soil made up of sand and mud deposited by running water
Wadi
In the desert, a streambed that is dry except during heavy rain
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Chapter 14 North Africa
Souk
Free port
Coscous
Pharaoh
marketplace
a city in which almost no taxes are places on goods sold there
dish made from wheat and looks like small pallets of pasta
Egyptian King
Souk
marketplace
Free port
a city in which almost no taxes are places on goods sold there
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Chapter 14 North Africa Vocab
Sahara
Nile River
Silt
Suez Canal
The world's largest desert it dominates much of North Africa
The world's longest river flows through East Africa, Egypt, a…
Finely ground fertile soil that is good for growing crops
A canal in Egypt that links the Mediterranean And Red Sea
Sahara
The world's largest desert it dominates much of North Africa
Nile River
The world's longest river flows through East Africa, Egypt, a…
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Chapter 14 North Africa JPJ
Why did the Egyptians build the pyrami…
What was the Ancient Egyptian writing…
What were the two important influences…
What are the ancestries of the North A…
As tombs or burial places for pharaohs
Hieroglyphics
Arabic language and Islam
Egypt-Egyptians, berbers, bedouins... The rest of North Africa-A…
Why did the Egyptians build the pyrami…
As tombs or burial places for pharaohs
What was the Ancient Egyptian writing…
Hieroglyphics
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CHAPTER 14 NORTH AND SOUTH
Trade Union
Strike
Prejudice
Discrimination
Group of workers with the same trade, or skill
A work stoppage by employees as a protest against an employer
An unfair opinion not based on facts
Unfair treatment
Trade Union
Group of workers with the same trade, or skill
Strike
A work stoppage by employees as a protest against an employer
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Chapter 14 North and South
telegraph
locomotive
trade unions
famine
a device that sent electrical signals along a wire
a steam powered engine pulling rail cars
called for a shorter workday, higher wages, and better workin…
severe food shortage
telegraph
a device that sent electrical signals along a wire
locomotive
a steam powered engine pulling rail cars
12 terms
Chapter 14: North and South
telegraph
locomotive
clipper ships
artisans
sent electrical signals through a wire to communicate
replaced the need for horses and mules moving rail cars
boats that had tall masts and huge sails
skilled workers
telegraph
sent electrical signals through a wire to communicate
locomotive
replaced the need for horses and mules moving rail cars
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Chapter 14 Vocab Terms: North & South
clipper ship
innovation
telegraph
transform
ship with sleek hulls and tall sails that "clipped" time from…
a new development or invention
a device that used electric signals to send messages
to change significantly
clipper ship
ship with sleek hulls and tall sails that "clipped" time from…
innovation
a new development or invention
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Chapter 14: North and South
Elias Howe
Isaac Singer
Jethro Wood
John Deere
inventor of the sewing machine
improved sewing machine
invented iron plow with replaceable parts
invented lightweight steel plow
Elias Howe
inventor of the sewing machine
Isaac Singer
improved sewing machine
Chapter 14 North and South
Describe the three phases of industria…
Explain the importance of the developm…
How did the creation of the telegraph…
List the three inventions in the 1830'…
During the first phase employers divided jobs into smaller st…
They connected many cities forming a network that united the…
t allowed information to be communicated in minutes rather th…
steel tipped plow... mechanical reaper... thresher
Describe the three phases of industria…
During the first phase employers divided jobs into smaller st…
Explain the importance of the developm…
They connected many cities forming a network that united the…
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Chapter 14 North and South
Describe the three phases of industria…
Explain the importance of the developm…
How did the creation of the telegraph…
List the three inventions in the 1830'…
During the first phase employers divided jobs into smaller st…
They connected many cities forming a network that united the…
It allowed information to be communicated in minutes rather t…
steel tipped plow... mechanical reaper... thresher
Describe the three phases of industria…
During the first phase employers divided jobs into smaller st…
Explain the importance of the developm…
They connected many cities forming a network that united the…
Chapter 14: The renaissance in the North
individualism
hapsburg
1517
theses
renaissance art in the north had the chief characteristic of…
the history of germany is intimately boud to this family
year that Martin Luther tacked the theses on the door
academic propositions
individualism
renaissance art in the north had the chief characteristic of…
hapsburg
the history of germany is intimately boud to this family
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Chapter 14 North Africa
Why did the Egyptians build the pyrami…
What was the Ancient Egyptian writing…
What were the two important influences…
What are the ancestries of the North A…
As tombs or burial places for pharaohs
Hieroglyphics
Arabic language and Islam
Egypt-Egyptians, berbers, bedouins... The rest of North Africa-A…
Why did the Egyptians build the pyrami…
As tombs or burial places for pharaohs
What was the Ancient Egyptian writing…
Hieroglyphics
37 terms
chapter 14 The Renaissance of the North
Engraving
Essay
Groundlings
Indulgences
Making incisions on background which is then printed to make…
Short writing on one topic
Poor audience member who stands rather than seated in Elizabe…
Forgiveness of sins through God's works and prayers on accomp…
Engraving
Making incisions on background which is then printed to make…
Essay
Short writing on one topic
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Chapter 14 North and South
capital
credit
literacy
discrimination
money to invest
to purchase goods with loaned money
the ability to read and write
unfair treatment of a specific group
capital
money to invest
credit
to purchase goods with loaned money
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Chapter 14:People of the North
Hours
Safety
Heat and Cold
Regulatory System
11.4 hours was the average workday.
No shields for protection on conveyer belts. Longer days caus…
No heat in the winter and no A.C. in the summer.
Laws to regulate child labor, shorten work hours, and improve…
Hours
11.4 hours was the average workday.
Safety
No shields for protection on conveyer belts. Longer days caus…
61 terms
Chapter 14- North&South
Susan Blunt
Cast-iron stove
Sewing Machine
Farm machines
Brought home the stove in 1838
It heated good more even and you didn't have to hang kettles…
•It was patented by Elias Howe... •A few years later Isaac Singe…
New inventions made work easier for farmers.
Susan Blunt
Brought home the stove in 1838
Cast-iron stove
It heated good more even and you didn't have to hang kettles…
19 terms
Chapter 14 North and South
What is a telegraph?
What is a locomotive?
What is a clipper ship?
What is an artisan?
was an invention by Samuel F. Morse in 1844. This was used in…
A steam powered engine.
A clipper ship was a large ship that had large masts and sail…
A skilled worker.
What is a telegraph?
was an invention by Samuel F. Morse in 1844. This was used in…
What is a locomotive?
A steam powered engine.
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Chapter 14 North Africa
Sahara
Nile
Suez Canal
Atlas Mountains
vast desert in the north... very few people live here
longest river in the world... formed by the union of the Blue Ni…
located between the Sinai Peninsula and the rest of Egypt... a n…
located on the northwestern side of the Sahara near the Medit…
Sahara
vast desert in the north... very few people live here
Nile
longest river in the world... formed by the union of the Blue Ni…
48 terms
Chapter 14: North and South
Elias Howe
Isaac Singer
Jethro Wood
John Deere
inventor of the sewing machine
improved sewing machine
invented iron plow with replaceable parts
invented lightweight steel plow
Elias Howe
inventor of the sewing machine
Isaac Singer
improved sewing machine
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