Industrialization in America happened because of Natural Resources,Growing Population, Improved Transportation, High Immigration, and New Inventions
Abundant forests provided cheap material for building houses. Large bodies of water allowed for shipping as well as a essential resource for settlers. Also, Coal, Iron, Copper, and silver were mined.
An increase in population and Improved transportation also helped Industrialization. Increased population lead to a higher demand as well as fit job demands. Railroads allowed for more efficient shipping as well as transportation for people.
Many new inventions could produce products much faster than the traditional way they were produced. This quick process along with improved transportation allowed the price of products to be cut down considerably.
One of the major reasons for industrialization was because of a thriving economy which America had in the 1800s.
In New England, textile manufacturing was the major industry during Industrialization. These factories would take cotton at one end of the factory and pass it along a chain which would eventually end with the production of cloth. Instead of hiring children the mills would hire women.