What industry had the greatest economic impact on the colonial cities labeled below?
Jonathon, a white male living in the nineteenth century, believes it is the United States' destiny to spread democracy west to the Pacific Ocean. Jonathon represents which ideology?
Why would a farmer or plantation owner have opposed a new tariff?
It would lower the price of domestic products.
It would slow the rate of human migration.
It would lower agricultural prices in the US.
It would raise the price of imports.
New York, Philadelphia, and Boston each became important cities in the colonies because they were
located at the mouth of the Mississippi River.
important to the French fur trade.
ports along the Atlantic Coast.
home to large cotton plantations.
Extended Response #3: Explain why mass urbanization occurred in the 1800s and why urban areas tended to be more culturally diverse than rural areas of the country.