||The development of industry wide-scale across a county or region
||Domestic system, production system widespread in 17th-century western Europe in which merchant-employers “put out” materials to rural producers who usually worked in their homes.
||The longest canal in the world in 1825. Connects Albany, NY to Buffalo on Lake Erie and was 363 miles long.
|Labor Theory of Value
||States, the value of a product should accurately reflect the labor needed to produce it
||Upland cotton seeds were hard to separate, took up to 18 hours to separate a single pound of cotton. It sped up production, and lead to revival of slavery.
|The Cumberland Road
||A national highway that provided thousands with a rout from Maryland Illinois.
||The manufacturing process made consumer goods widely available for the first time. therefore people could now afford the necessities and some of the small luxuries of life.
||They handled the sales of land people bought in the Northwest Territory