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Industrialization Spreads By Simón Rodríguez
Industrial Development in the United States
The United States had the same resources that allowed Britain to build its industries
fast-flowing rivers, rich deposits of coal and iron
ore, and a supply of laborers made up of farm workers and immigrants.
Industrialization in the United States
It began in the textile industr
Secret start because britain didn't let the engineers, mechanics, and toolmakers to
leave the country.
Emigrated to the United States
He built a spinning machine
from memory and a partial design
opened the first
factory in the United States to house Slater’s
1813, Francis Cabot Lowell of Boston
and four other investors
American textile industry
every stage in the manufacturee of cloth
Became a manufacturing center and a model for other such towns
Later Expansion of U.S. Industry
The United States remained primarily agricultural until the Civil War ended in 1865
country experienced a technological Expantion
A series of inventions, such as the electric light bulb
and the telephone; and a swelling urban population that consumed the new
Rise of Corporations
Building large businesses
Great Britain’s favorable geography and its financialsystems, political stability, and natural resources helped spread industrialization.
Revolution that had begun in Britain spread both to the United States and to continental Europe. Countries that had conditions similar to those in Britain were grat for industrialization
Continental Europe Industrializes
European countries watched the gap widen between themselves and Britain.
Even so, industrialization eventually reached continental Europe.
Beginnings in Belgium
Belgium led Europe in adopting
Britain’s new technology
They had big deposits of iron ore
and coal as well as fine waterways for transportation
carpenterl illegally made his way to
Belgium in 1799
He carried secret plans for building spinning machinery.
His son John eventually built an enormous
industrial enterprise in eastern Belgium
Industrialization appeared, as in the coal-rich
Ruhr Valley of west central Germany.
1835, Germany began to copy the British model
Germany imported British equipment and engineers.German manufacturers also sent their children to England to learn industrial management.
Expansion Elsewhere in Europe
In the rest of Europe industrialization started during the early 1800s
Even in countries where agriculture dominated, pockets of industrialization arose
The Impact of Industrialization
Rise of Global Inequality
Industrialization widened the
wealth gap between industrialized and nonindustrialized countries, even while it strengthened their economics
To keep factories running and workers fed, industrialized countries required a steady supply of raw materials from less-developed lands. In turn, industrialized countries viewed poor countries as markets for their manufactured products
Transformation of Society
Industrialization gave Europe tremendous
economic power. In contrast, the economies of Asia and Africa were still based on
agriculture and small workshops
Industrialization revolutionized every aspect of
society, from daily life