11-1 HIST - T he Market and Industrial Revolutions In...

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The Market and Industrial Revolutions In colonial era market = seaboard links Market Revolution Population explosions and immigrations Substenence farming to market farming Technology and transportation The Industrail Revolution Shift of manufacturing to factories Shift form hand tools to machine tools Shift in energy sources Legacy of the War of 1812 Technological Innovations American Practicality Innovations Steam engine : : Olives Evans Telegraph :: Samuel Morse (instantaneous) Indoor Plumbing, central heating, sewing machins, rubber, etc… Impact on living conditions (Makes things better for middle class) [Stresses need for organized govt] Benefits Diet and health core Home improvements City improvements
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Agriculture in the South and West Cotton and its growing importance Invention of the cotton gin (spread everywhere! Cotton in south was more difficult to separate than in coastal regions) Effects
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2011 for the course HIST 105 taught by Professor Hatfield during the Fall '07 term at Texas A&M.

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