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January 13, 2009 Growth in 19 th century I. Growth a. U.S. was growing with both the citizens and immigrants b. Urbanized cities i. Anywhere with 2500 residents is defined a city ii. 1926: 52% was living in cities c. Common figure d. Economic growth i. Industrialization ii. 1865-1920: econ grew and 37 times bigger Business I. Organization was crucial and people of similar interest got together a. Get together to make changes II. Changes in Business III. Transportation a. Until 1880, econ was dominated by small firms that produced single products and were managed by their owners. b. Non-complex organization c. Business was small enough for management by himself. d. Before goods distribution, didn’t know how to mass produce items e. Limited to market in your area, no point in making mass production, since they cant sell it anywhere far f. Revolution in g. There had been some before 1. But still expands and gets more efficient 2. 1865 at end of civil war, 85,000 miles of railroad tracks
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This note was uploaded on 03/13/2009 for the course HIS 17b taught by Professor Oropeza during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.

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