U.S. Term Sheet 15[1]

U.S. Term Sheet 15[1] - Terms of Interest April 2 2009...

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Terms of Interest, April 2, 2009: Westward Expansion and Industrial Revolution Emergence of Modern Industrial Society- 1820s-30s the United States became the world’s leader in adopting mechanization, standardization, and mass production. Contributing factors to Industrial Revolution: Market revolution- the shift away from trade economy to cash economy, improvements in transportation-water transportation or wagon it would take a couple days where now it takes a few hours improved shipping as well, Improvements in agriculture, and population growth. Charles Newbold, 1797- Cyrus McCormick McCormick’s Reaper, 1831-improvement in agriculture, with this machine could do the work of 14 men or 4 men? John Deere, 1837 Manifest Destiny-it is our destiny to expand westward and ordained by GOD that we take over all this land to the west Indian Removal-keep moving the Indians towards land that we didn’t want, touches on the assimilation or execution of the Indians Trail of Tears-Civilized tribe moved from FL to Oklahoma most famous travel we made the
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