3. Discuss the causes of the Industrial Revolution from 1865-1895. Be specific in explaining how each point you make affected the economy. 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, helped revolutionize business, following that the carbon paper was created in 1872, and then sold his patent to Remington Arms Company. Alexander Bell studied throat and voice, experimented by sending sounds over wires, and sent his first telephone message from Boston to NY, and the National Bell Telephone Company was formed, now called ATT. Thomas Edison invented the light bulb and founded Edison electric illuminating company with backing by J.
P Morgan, General Electric GE, the forerunner hich Edison created with Morgan’s Financial assistance, then went on to create the phonograph, and the movie camera with 1,093 patents. Andrew Carnegie revolutionized the steal industry, (The Gospel of Wealth- unrestricted capitalism as best for everyone because it asserted work ethic and progress) the classic rags to riches applied to him, his investments turned him into operating the largest steel company in the world, the Bessemer process converted iron into steel expanded production, created by Henry Bessemer, this process made steel not only stronger but at a cheaper rate.
Transportation was also a big part of the industrial revolution. Cornelius Vanderbilt expanded railroad and steamship lines in the US, the transcontinental railroad was completed in 1869, The central pacific built it from the west to the east, while the Union Pacific was from the East to the West. Railroads stimulated other industries like steel, consuming %’s of it. Ships were converted from sail to steam power during the 19th century, which cut the time in half getting across the Atlantic.
Cheaper labor, an abundant supply of low paid urban workers helped the industrial revolution, farmers moved into the cities, and hey found additional land ard to get so their income was not expanded. Nearly 20 million immigrants arrived in America and provided cheap labor. They tended to have less money and education than earlier European immigrants so they remained in larger cities and likely became cheap industrial labor.
A high natural birth rate also added to the cheap labor supply, the lack of knowledge about birth control, as well as poor uneducated immigrants who didn’t know how to obtain it contributed to increase of birth. The first birth control clinic opened in new York city by Margaret Sanger There were many factors that contributed to the industrial revolution. Money was popplng up Trom a varlety 0T OITTerent sources so Duslness’ can expand, mlnlng added to the industrial revolution. Issaic Singer invented the sewing machine NO and revolutionized textile.
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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, anching and business. The forty-Niners migrated to California where a major discovery of Gold was found.
Some found a fortune in silver mining in the Nevada area. The Comstock Lode produced about 400 million in silver and Gold. Iron mining grew and became a demand for production of steel. Copper was in greater demand than Iron because the electrical industry was growing and needed copper for wiring. Oil was discovered and became important for fuel and lubricant. The Native American Indian Policy was approached by Sherman with win at all cost determination that he had done during the Civil War.