Samuel Slater invents the first textile mill in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
Eli Whitney's cotton gin makes cotton in the South the biggest industry.
Completed in 1825, it ran 363 miles across New York from lake Erie to the Hudson River.
Thomas Jefferson bought land that would soon be modern day states from France.
Robert Fulton's steamboat Clermont is successful on first journey from New York to Albany
Francis Cabot Lowell creates a textile mill that has all the material and machinery in one place.
The treaty helped America buy Florida from Spain.
Judge Marshall declared that federal law was superior to state law. Thus The Maryland law that favored banks was struck down.
Congress passes a treaty stating all states north of Missouri's border are free states, and states south the border are slave
Started in Kentucky and involved a revival of religion.
Monroe's Doctrine states that no European monarchies had any business in Latin America.
Texas declares independance from Mexico with support from the U.S.A.
Settlers use this trail to get to the west to build settlements and look for gold.
Mexico and America Declare war with eachother over a border dispute in Texas as well as America's hunger for land. Amercia won.
Railroad tracks number at 31,000 miles.