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USFC.5.2 The Industrial North (1820-60))
USFC.5.2 The Industrial North (1820-60))
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This PowerPoint traces the beginnings of the industrial revolution in New England starting in the 1820s, looking at the internal and external factors that led to industrialization here, the chain reaction of events that produced skyrocketing prosperity (at least for some), and the problems it would later lead to. In addition to the flowchart and accompanying reading, there are picture essays on:
• Pre-industrial techniques that helped lead to industrialization
• Industrial espionage
• Clipper ships
• The Lowell Mill Girls
• Machine tools and interchangeable parts industries in America

For accompanying text, go to View then to Notes Page in slide one.
For free views of all the flowcharts, go to www.flowofhistory.com



Industrialization in the North (1820-1860) by Chris Butler is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
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