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social issues

Manual Labor jobs done by hand,without the help of a machine.
Mechanization using machines to make work easier and faster.
Reaper machine that cuts grain.one reaper could cut as much grain as 16 men with hand-held blades.
Threshing Machine machine that separates the wheat grain from the plant stalk.
Cyrus McCormick a farmer and inventor who perfected the mechanical reaper.
Aaron Montgomery Ward started the first mail-order business in 1872 in Chicago using a catalog .
Richard Sears and Alva C. Roebuck formed a mail-order company that was larger than Montgomery Ward. Even sold houses.
Urbanization movement of people from rural (farming) areas to cites.
Tenements buildings that divided are into small apartments.
Settlement House center that provides help for those with little money.
Hull House a settlement house started by Jane Addams in Chicago in 1889. immigrants could learn to speak English get help finding work and day care for children of families where booth parents worked.
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