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Between 1800-1850 Americans felt it was time to expand westward industrialize and gain nationalism to better the common man and woman and create a more social powerful and wealthy country Soon both common and wealthy men became national leaders and led the country to new worlds and places only thought possible in a dream It pretty much started when Thomas Jefferson became president of the United States He did a lot of important things like balancing out the congress with Hamiltonians and Republicans and the war of 1812 But one of the most historical important things was the Louisiana Purchase When Jefferson paid 3 an acre he nearly doubled the original US size After he purchased the new land he wanted to know what was out there So he sent out an expedition crew led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark It was a successful mission It paved the way to move west Soon the industry part came around Slavery was picking the cotton but it took a while to make it into yarn and into clothes Then a man from Britain named Samuel Slater brought the plans for factories to America The first factories were made in New England because the factories used gears which relied on one another to turn So most factories used fast moving water to turn the main wheel Since New England had rproblem The factories worked faster then cotton was picked So the factories were stopped for a while Then a man named Eli Whitney developed a machine called the Cotton Gin This machine sorted as much cotton in one hour then was picked my slaves in a day Soon the factories were up and running again But one problem led to another Soon cotton was running low to pick So the US started heading west grabbing more lands to plant and pick cotton Soon Alabama Mississippi and Louisiana were added to the US Now a new
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