Industrial Growth In The Late Nineteenth Century

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In the late nineteenth century there were many key technological developments the account for the American industrial growth. Technological developments were not the only thing that contributed to the rise of the American industry: raw materials, labor supply, entrepreneurs, federal government, and and an expanding domestic market. Although there were many contributing factors, technological development was one of the principal sources to industrial growth in the late-nineteenth century. In the late 1800’s Cyrus Field created a transatlantic telegraph cable to Europe and in the next ten year Alexander Graham Bell developed the first telephone taking the communication era to new heights. In the 1890’s, an Italian inventor by the name of Guglielmo

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