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Monopoly when one company controls the industry
Textiles manufacturing of cloth
Industrialization change from a primarily agricultural society into one based on the manufacturing of goods
Urbanization People come to the cities for jobs, as a result the cites grow larger
Mass Production Being able to produce a massive amount of products in a short time
Interchangeable Parts Parts that can be exchanged with other parts in other machines
Eli Whitney Created the cotton gin engine with interchangeable parts.
Assembly Line every worker has a specific task to keep production of goods quick and efficient
Product an item made to be sold
Commerce to trade, buying or selling
Capitalism economic system where business owners seek profit
Steamboat form of transportation that increased trade on waterways
Railroads linked the Eastern part of the country to the west
Created by: acasiano