Industrialization - a. Americas Gilded Age (1877-1900) II....

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Industrialization Big Questions : How did the United States become a mature industrial society in the decades after the Civil War? What were the major factors contributing to the success of the second industrial revolution in America? Key Terms : Philadelphia’s Centennial Exposition Gilded Age Thomas Edison Henry Ford Montgomery Ward Marshal Field “Vertical Integration” “Horizontal Combination” Jay Gould John D. Rockefeller D.L. Moody Andrew Carnegie Lecture Outline: I. Philadelphia’s Centennial Exposition (1876)
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Unformatted text preview: a. Americas Gilded Age (1877-1900) II. The Rise of Industry a. A Revolution in Technology b. Mechanization c. Transportation d. An Uneven Economy i. The New South Status in the Global Market ii. Americas III. The Incorporation of America a. The Expanding Market i. Mail-Order ii. Department Stores b. The Rise of Big Business i. New Strategies for Dominance IV. The Era of Self-Initiative a. Two Self-Made Men i. Preaching the Gospel of Wealth 1. D.L. Moody ii. Captains of Industry 1. Andrew Carnegie...
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