Changes in Agricultural Production Between the year 1790 and 1920 it is

Changes in agricultural production between the year

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Changes in Agricultural Production Between the year 1790 and 1920, it is estimated that the population of the United States doubled. During this period, there were a lot of immigrants from different places of the world. Some were from Europe, Asia, Middle East and some from Africa. The reproduction saw an increase of the American population. The people who moved into the country did not entirely bring negative impacts (North, 1960). The people were ready to work in the fields for whatever pay. The conditions that led them to free their homes were not that favorable. In one way or another, that led to the increase in cheap labor. Agriculture was enhanced because more people were ready to work in the fields. Some of these immigrants worked in the steel mills, shipyards, and warehouses. The rate of growth and development increased during this period because there was the chance of making a change through accessible labor.
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FACTORS THAT ACCOUNT TO THE TREMENDOUS GROWTH IN THE AMERICAN ECONOMY BETWEEN 1790 AND 1860 3 Farmers were able to supply the urban dwellers with raw materials for their industries and at a cheaper cost. The cheap costs were attributed to cheap labor. The availability of raw
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  • Fall '08
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  • History, US History, Economy of the United States, agricultural production, tremendous growth

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