Industrial Revolution: Farming to Factory

Industrial Revolution: Farming to Factory
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  • THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION From Farm to Factory in the U.S. 1800's
  • People came to America for the plentiful land. They were primarily farmers prior to 1750.
  • Industrialization Came Late to America There was little money for investment. The market for manufactured goods was small. Great Britain guarded her manufacturing secrets.
  • Causes for the Industrial Revolution in the U.S.
  • Eli Whitney started the process.He invented a machine that started the Industrial Revolution in America. Next, he invented one that continued the revolution.
  • Early industrial espionage brought textile machines to the U.S.
  • The first factories were textile mills in New England for several reasons.Poor soil encouraged manufacturing not farming.
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