Industrial Revolutionby Anita Louise McCormick
This book describes how, in less than two hundred years, the United States changed from a rural, agricultural society into an industrial world power. It explores the inventions, ideas, and innovators who helped bring the Industrial Revolution from its roots in Great Britain to America. It traces the evolution of modern conveniences, luxurious consumer goods, developing cities, and the problems of urban living.
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