The first two department stores that opened in new

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The first two department stores that opened in New York and Chicago was RH Macy and Marshall Field. First nationwide store was Woolworth's five and ten cent store. The first two mail-order companies were Sears, Roebuck, and Montgomery Ward. The First two companies to package prepped foods were Kellogg and Post.
6.Impact of Industrialization, pp 326-328 Key Concepts & Main Ideas Notes Analysis As cities grew substantially in both size and in number, some segments of American society enjoyed lives of extravagant still limited for non-white-males? Give an example to defend your answer.
. Laborand managementbattled for control over wages and working conditions, with workers organizing local and national unionsand/or directly confronting corporate power. Second Industrial Revolution compared to that of the First.
Impact of Industrializationstill limited for non-white-males? Give an example to defend your answer.
Working Women…Labor Discontentdifferent? In what year did the United States shift from a predominantly rural-agricultural nation to a predominantly urban-industrial nation? (see chart on page 328) Which innovation had the greatest influence on this shift? Explain your reasoning. Is upward mobility in modern times still limited for non-white-males? Give an example to defend your answer. Explain how the labor force in the Second Industrial Revolution compared to that of the First.
Were they more alike or more different? In what year did the United States shift from a predominantly rural-agricultural nation to a predominantly urban-industrial nation? (see chart on page 328) Which innovation had the greatest influence on this shift? Explain your reasoning.

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