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B.B. and G.I.

Big Business and Growing Industry

Consumers All people who buy and consume products for themselves or a family member
Consumer Goods Products made for people to buy, such as clothes, cooking, stoves, furniture, etc.
Reaper A machine for harvesting wheat, invented by Cyrus McCormick in V.A., in the 1830's
Mechanization The shift to a greater use of machines, instead of just human labor, to produce products or grow crops
Textile Industry Cloth making industry. First industry to convert to factory and production methods. In America, the T.I., first developed in the New England states
Henry Ford Famous engineer and businessman who used assembly line techniques to create the first automobile. Model T Ford was the best selling car in the early 1900's
John D. Rockefeller Ohio businessman who started the Standard Oil Company
Created by: Corrianna._.5