Traveling from long, previously thought of as daunting places was made cheaper, quicker, and simple through railroads.There was a creation of a highly competitive shipping industry due to advancements of steam powered machines. The use of steamboats had increased. Europeans and Asians were now able to cross the Pacific and the Atlantic Ocean to the United States of America because of the development of large, steam-powered ocean liners. Because immigrants are capable of moving to their new country in faster and larger numbers, the population quickly surged. Many people were promptly moving to the cities of the east and midwest.
These rail cars were first know as John bulls and were a steam powered train. These trail were ran off coal just like the boat but they traveled land on a steel track. These track ran everywhere and still do in the 21st century. They transported everything, such as grains from grain bins to steel from steel factory's it amazing how many jobs this created because the had to hire people to build the rail road maintain it and even drive trains. These trains went everywhere delivering
Transportation, without any form of it, we would just be stuck. Decades before the Transportation Revolution, all that was available for travel was horses, and after that was just carriages. Everyday Americans continued to work toward a better America, and one day a man named George Stephenson invented the first locomotive. Invention of this was definitely beneficial in many ways, but it also had its downside, years passed and more railroads popped up making it more and more clustered everyday. However, the beneficiality of the Transportation Revolution outweighs the negatives, this revolution allowed more jobs to be created which resulted in a better economy and this also allowed for Manifest Destiny to be completed.
Before the Gilded Age, transportation of any sort was slow, unreliable, and unavailable. However, with the invention of the assembly line and some invention, mass produced automobiles, subterranean trains, elevated trains and basic airplanes were spread out. Therefore, during the late 19th century, transportation was allowing for extreme expanse of trade and economic capability. One of the most prominent methods of transportation even before this time, railways were experiencing a major change during this time. Though it would eventually cause a stock market crash due to the closure of two major rail businesses, the roads themselves saw considerably more traffic due to a major expansion of the system.
Railroads allow for the movement of goods and people conveniently and quickly with few delays as compared to other modes of transportation. Cars and planes did not exist in the late 19th century and trains were astronomically important for the success of cities in the United States. While other forms of transportation fill the void that existed in the past, the efficiency of those modes of transport will keep declining over time as more cars hit the road and planes take off. Trains can be indefinitely expanded since it does not have to share its space with other vehicles. Railroads have paved the way for industrial America and will continue to as long as people and goods need to be
In the 19th century the market revolution was discovered marking it the most significant change in American communities. Transportation, communication, and the market revolutions changed the everyday American lives drastically. The U.S. was divided into a lot of very small markets before the Transportation Revolution. Within the U.S. there was no good way to transport goods and there was little trade. With little trade, people made and grew what they needed causing them to become more self-sufficient.
Railroads had a major impact on advancing the American economy, transforming America into a modern society, and improving an antiquated transportation system. The building of railroads created rapid economic growth in America. Railroad companies employed more than one million workers to build and maintain railroads. At the same time, coal, timber, and steel industries employed thousands of workers to provide the supplies necessary to build railroads (Chapter 12 Industrialization). In turn, railroad companies spent large sums of money purchasing railroad supplies.
These changes have carried on throughout time and are still affecting these factors today. Without the Revolution, America would have remained divided, had little contact between east and west, and trade and shipping would have remained inconvenient. By 1870 Britain had also experienced a transportation revolution. Acting just as America’s, the revolution in Britain increased travel speeds, reduced freight charges, and incorporated roads and canals. The freight charges for the Atlantic were also majorly reduced, and with the invention of the steamboat there was improvement to speed.
The 19th century was a period of incredible technological advancement and saw the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. In 1800 the United States was almost entirely agrarian, with the vast majority of people employed in the agricultural sector. However, as the century progressed technological advancements revolutionized the United States forever changing the nation into an industrial superpower. The technological developments of the 19th century transformed the economy and affected the environment of the United States by driving the Industrial Revolution; leading to more efficient farming; and spurring the growth of cities. The Industrial Revolution forever changed both the environment and the economy of the United States.
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