The Industrial Revolution in America from power-driven machinery to manufacturing. How outside factors were
The Industrial Revolution
The Industrial Revolution can be described as the application of power-driven machinery to manufacturing.
During the 19th century, new approaches to manufacturing, such as Eli Whitney's interchangeable parts for muskets, took industry out of American households and artisans' workshops and put it, instead, in large semi-mechanized factories. The factory system mad mass production possible - the production of goods in large quantities. This development eliminated costly craftsmen who created one object from start to finish. Consequently, factory manufacturing beca…
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