What did Francis Cabot Lowell and Samuel Slater have in common?
Their inventions allowed the U.S. economy to decrease dependence on slaves.
Their inventions made Transatlantic communication more efficient.
They imported technological advances from Great Britain.
They grew wealthy selling their technologies to European buyers.
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In basic layman's terms, they were important to the whole industry thing. Which means it's an odd number. Search for the second of the odd numbers.
This maps shows changes in
city development over time
residential and business areas
the water level surrounding Boston
amount of trade conducted in the city
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This is a map of New York from 1842. The map shows a scale stating that one inch equals 1000 feet and the island is approximately 10 inches across. Manhattan is in the middle of the map and is surrounded almost entirely by water. The Hudson River is on the left and the Eastern River is along the bottom and on the right. Brooklyn is visible, across the East River. A legend is shown on the right side of the map, listing churches, banks, public buildings, and museums. The more populated areas are near the shore.
This map supports the idea that urbanization
is not a process that humans have any means to control
led to more Americans who preferred city living in the 1800s
did not begin in the United States until after the end of the 1800s
was more likely to occur near water for transport and energy needs
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