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The Underside of Urban Life cBefore the advent of the steam engine, raw materials and finished goods were hauled and distributed via horse-drawn wagons, and by boats along canals and riversThe Growth of Slavery dKennedy's New Frontier cThe need for massive industry was obvious: in order to reach Californias burgeoning port cities like San Francisco and to expedite the extraction of gold from the mines, railroad tracks would need to be laid across the plains to reach the Pacific and open up trade networksHISTORY.com FAQ/Contact Us Shop HISTORY Email Updates Mobile A+E Networks CorpThe Declaration of Independence and Its Legacy bThe Emergence of "Women's Sphere" f
Evaluating the Congress dThe War Behind the Lines aKennedy's Global Challenges dFind more lyrics like this "I've got a mule, her name is Sal, Fifteen years on the Erie Canal" on this New York State Canals websiteWitchcraft in Salem 4The Declaration of Independence and Its Legacy bThe Importance of the West bv t e The Industrial Revolution Themes Coal Coalmining Coke Cotton Industry Invention Iron Machinery, Manufacturing Metallurgy Sociology Steampower Steel Technology Textiles, Waterpower Workforce People/ groups RichardArkwright ThomasBoulsover MatthewBoulton JamesBrindley IsambardKingdomBrunel EdmundCartwright HenryCort ThomasandGeorgeCranege SamuelCrompton AbrahamDarbyI AbrahamDarbyII AbrahamDarbyIII FrancisEgerton,3rdDukeofBridgewater WilliamFairbairn JamesHargreaves Hawksfamily ThomasHighs EatonHodgkinson BenjaminHuntsman JosephMarieJacquard, JohnKay(flyingshuttle) JohnKay(spinningframe) FrancisCabotLowell LunarSociety ThomasNewcomen RobertOwen LewisPaul WilliamRadcliffe RichardRoberts ThomasSavery JohnSmeaton GeorgeStephenson RobertStephenson ThomasTelford RichardTrevithick JamesWatt JohnWilkinson JohnWyatt Places AbbeydaleIndustrialHamlet BridgewaterCanal Broseley Coalbrookdale Cromford DerwentValleyMills Ironbridge NewLanark PortsmouthBlockMills QuarryBankMill SohoFoundry StocktonandDarlingtonRailway Invention/ technology Blastfurnace Canal Cottonmill Cruciblesteel Factory Flyingshuttle Newcomensteamengine Powerloom Railway Reverberatoryfurnace Sheffieldplate Spinningframe Spinningjenny Steamengine Stephenson'sRocket Waterframe Wattsteamengine Social impact Bourgeoisie Childlabour HistoryoftheCo-operativeMovement Cottageindustry FactoryActs Industrialunrest Luddite Proletariat RochdalePioneers Urbanization Industrial warfare Reference Historyoftechnology HistoryoftheBritishcanalsystem Industrialarchaeology ListofUnitedKingdom-relatedtopics Timelineofclothingandtextilestechnology Timelineofinvention Timelineofmaterialstechnology Timelineofsteampower Category Commons
Articles of Confederation cFarewell Address eThis made it necessary for the U.SFree(?) African-Americans eNative American Resistance in the Trans-Appalachian West ePearl Harbor 51The Fight Against "Demon Rum" cThey were supposedly led by a man named Ned Ludd, though he may have been an apocryphal figure.A number of factors contributed to Britains role as the birthplace of the Industrial RevolutionThe idea of granting special privileges to certain individuals seemed to contradict the republican ideal of equality before the law 07f867cfac