When a nation goes from a farming economy to an economy of industry by opening factories
When a city experiences heavy immigration from other countries and heavy migration from other parts of its own country
When women all work in one place to produce textile or cloth for clothing in the Gilded Age
When an old invention is improved upon and made better
It opened up opportunities for women to work. It changed the way Americans made a living. It led to urbanization and immigration.
It opened up discrimination against women to work. It changed the way It changed the way foreign countries view the U.S. It led to people leaving the U.S. to get jobs in other countries.
It reduced the number of jobs available. It hurt the American economy. It reduced the number of people living in cities.
It started the Civil War. It hurt the American economy. It made the prices of things that people bought in stores more expensive.
When cities grew larger because industry jobs attracted immigrants from other countries and migrants from other parts of the country
When the U.S. moved from farming as their major means of making money to industry as their major means of making money
When many old inventions are improved upon and made better during a short time period
When people move from the country they were born in to a new country
Innovation led to industrialization; which led to immigration; and resulted in urbanization
The Civil War led to monopolies; which led to industrialization; and resulted in urbanization
The election of Woodrow Wilson led to World War I; which led to innovation; and resulted in urbanization
World War I led to industrialization; which led to innovation; and resulted in urbanization