Industrial Revolution Essay | United States Industrial Revolution

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United States Industrial Revolution

Summary: Essay discusses how the industrial revolution affected the United States.
Gilded Age referred to the period after Civil War where there was close balance between the two political parties. It's name was given by Mark Twain, and it also referred to the golden guilds the rich had at the top of their walls because some people were so rich that they didn't know what to do with their money. John D. Rockefeller was a man known as the "oil baron" because his Standard Oil Corporation was almost in complete control of the world's petroleum market. This made him into a millionaire, and he represents some of the Americans that the Gilded Age produced into very rich people. Andrew Carneige is known as the "steel king." He worked with every phase of the steel-making process from mining, shipping, manufacturing, and marketing. He was the son of immigrants and started working as a child, but he quickly built...

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