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After the Civil War ended in 1865, the Industrial Revolution surged through the United States. New inventions continually improved the lives of U.S. citizens, while jobs in factories drew more people to the cities. Discusses the ideas and inventions the changed the nation's workforce from time-consuming manual skills to time-saving manufactured unskilled labor and examines the impact industry had on lifestyle, laws, economy, and our environment.
Paperback Book 6.71