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chapter 4 notes

Henry Bessemer developed a way to make steel stronger
Andrew Carnegie 1870- start to steel in Pittsburgh
John D Rockefeller made his first refinery in Cleveland
George Westinghouse Developed ac
William Randolph Hearst Developed newspaper business
Madame c.j Walker first African American millionaire
Natural Resources America had a lot to help industry grow
Human Resources people who work to produce good and services
capital Resources tool machines
Monopoly when one company has control of an industry
sweatshop hot cramped workshops
Triangle shirtwaist company in NY where worker complained about danger
Lewis Hine led movement against child labor
labor union more safer child labor
Samuel Gompers one of the early union leaders
strike worker refuse to work
Mary Harris Jones help lead the gold miners
labor day made by labor unions to honor the worker
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