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Which industry did not exist in the US until the second industrial revolution

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  1. kaitlyn_nicole
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    any answers or choices?

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    1. Plentiful supplies of iron and coal. Because the industrial revolution was mainly powered by coal and iron hence the coal mines 2. Textile 3. Arkwright water frame 4.Railroad Because its faster and cheaper 5.coal Because Electricity didn't exist until the 19th or 20th century I think 6. Assembly line 7. The second line 8.the first line 9. Slave trade Because the slave trade existed long before that 10.the first line Hope that helped

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