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    American Industrialization from Civil War to WWI

    Between the Civil War and the tip of World War I, industrialization performed an ever increasing position in the financial, social, and political development of the United States. Industrialization had a huge impact on American in all of those methods, corresponding to many Americans shifting from the rural areas to urban areas, residing the massive […] More

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    Industrialization and Appalachia

    Industrialization and Appalachia The Industrial revolution did not “skip over” Appalachia but the native mountain people did not benefit from the effects of industrialization and were left in a worse situation. The stereotype of the Appalachian people that was formed prior to the industrialization era was that mountain people were noble, savage, independent, proud, rugged, […] More

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    The Effects of Industrialization on U.S. Economy and Society

    The rise of industrialization during the 1900s brought many changes to the American economy and society. Urbanization (mainly due to immigration), new technologies, the rise of big business through industrial trusts, and the rise of laissez-faire capitalism are among the most significant of these changes. The rise of industrialization brought many significant changes to the […] More

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    American Industrialization from Civil War to WWI

    Between the Civil War and the end of World War I, industrialization played an ever increasing role in the economic, social, and political development of the United States. Industrialization had a huge impact on American in all of these ways, such as many Americans moving from the rural areas to urban areas, living the big […] More

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    Voices of freedom Journal Industrialization

    Industrialization, ”the new economy” brought on a wave of new movements and activism in America. Labor movements, women’s rights activists, social, religious, and political reform are among the changes of the Market Society. Industrialization shaped Market Society expansion in many ways. Immigration, Nativism, Westward Expansion, the rise of Nativism,Transcendentalists Movement and The Second Great Awakening […] More