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By Susan Hamen

As new clinical discoveries resulted in superior expertise, the USA swiftly turned a latest, industrialized kingdom. discover why 1/2 all commercial staff in this time have been kids ten years previous and more youthful who did not attend university. How did this variation? via maps, charts, and timelines scholars will realize how greatly lifestyles has replaced because the early 1800s. This name will enable scholars to quote textual proof to help research of what the textual content says explicitly in addition to inferences drawn from the textual content.

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Henry Ford sold more than 10,000 during the first year of production. He continued working to make his automobile even more affordable. By 1925, the Model T cost as little as $260. ” 38 These Model T Fords were put together on an assembly line. Henry Ford revolutionized factories with his assembly line system. Henry Ford (1863-1947) Henry Ford’s new production methods changed transportation forever. Ford’s Model T automobile began production on October 1, 1908. Although this was not the first automobile invented, it was the first one that was affordable for most people.

As new scientific discoveries led to improved technology, America rapidly became a modern, industrialized nation. Find out why half of all industrial workers during this time were children ten years old and younger who didn’t attend school. How did this change? Through maps, charts, and timelines students will discover how drastically life has changed since the early 1800s. This title will allow students to cite textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.

Yet, it was his invention of the practical lightbulb in 1879 that changed the world forever. The lightbulb was a groundbreaking invention. However, at the time of its invention, very few people had electricity, so it was useless to most people. Edison moved to New York City in 1881 and built the first electric power plant the next year. Soon, electricity was available to the many people living in the cities. Between 1860 and 1914 the population of New York City had exploded from 850,000 to 4 million.

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