The Industrial Revolution in America: A Primary Source History of America's Transformation Into an Industrial Society
This historical account of the American Industrial Revolution details the succession of technological advancements that took place between the late eighteenth-century and the early twentieth century. Using primary source materials such as patents, newspapers articles, letters, and pamphlets, the book traces the transformation of the United States into the world's foremost industrial power and explores its impact on the lives of the average Americans.
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