Industrial Revolution and Contributions
There were many factors that contributed to the industrial revolution. Money were popping up from a variety of different sources so business’ can expand, mining added silver and gold to bank reserves, investments from profits helped to stimulate the economy, and small investors started to invest in stocks because they thought it would help them get rich quicker Inventions played a key fact because there were new technology, and science that added to the industrial revolution. Issaic Singer patented the sewing machine and revolutionized textile. The Typewriter invented by Christopher Sholes, …show more content…
THIS IS GOOD AS FAR AS IT GOES BUT YOU OMIT MANY IMPORTANT THINGS LIKE CHEAP LABOR. I THINK YOU WILL HAVE TIME TO WRITE A LOT MORE IN 75 MINUTES.
2. Discuss the reasons for the rapid settlement of the West from 1865-1895 and the impact of that settlement on the U.S. economy and on the people of the West, especially native Americans. People were moving to the west to seek new opportunities in farming, mining, ranching and business. The forty-Niners migrated to California where a major discovery of Gold was found.