Domestic Industry In The 19th Century

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As the ink flowed onto the paper through 56 determined signers, The Declaration of Independence was our first hope into the future. The end of British tyranny was upon us. The People had hoped to get a voice in our government as well as support the idea of civil disobedience; which resulted in the Bill of Rights. We had hopes for a better future in where we thrived and built our foundation on democracy - and more importantly, to be America. Becoming a new country influences domestic industry. Domestic industries boomed in the early 19th century. The result of various embargos shined light on the problem that America had relied too heavily on foreign refinement of resources. Several entrepreneurs such as Carnegie Mellon or John Rockefeller saw this chance to make…show more content…
Nevertheless, it promoted creative thinking for a better America. We started getting exceptionally efficient. Eli Whitney, perfected a system of producing muskets with interchangeable parts. Prior to this, they had to make every part by and to every musket. Joseph Henry created the possibility to communicate over long-distances through the telegraph. Elias Howe with the invention of the sewing machine that revolutionized the fabric industry. The creative minds of these inventors helped development the blueprint of a better, more efficient America. Nonetheless, having hope for a better future doesn’t always mean technological advances or advancements in society, in the context of war, it means making it to see another tomorrow. Through the 20th century, America was faced with various extensive wars. In times of war, we hope that our country will triumph and the threat will be eliminated. We hope and pray for our soldiers who put their future in jeopardy to secure our future as a citizen and as a country. Hope is the earmuffs that help us get through the sound of bullets in the world around
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