Main Points
Fortunes
Advancements
Living Conditions
Inventions
100

Railroads helped ship goods across the ___, while steamboats shipped goods across the ___.

1. Nation/United States

2. Atlantic Ocean

100

Who is the wealthiest man to come from the United States?

Andrew Carnegie

100

There was a huge need for __ during the early 1800s to transport goods across the United States.

railroads

100

Industralization caused __ to make air much dirtier.

pollution

100

The name of the handheld invention for removing facial hair

Razor

200

Land was purchased by the government to encourage ___.

railroad construction

200

Who are the two main billionares from the Industrial Revolution?

Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller

200

These allowed goods to be shipped overseas.

Steamboats

200

The government enforced the U.S. to ___ the native Americans during Westward Expansion.

"remove"

200

Name of the new brakes invented for railroads:

Air brakes

300

Where did a growing supply of labor workers come from?

Europe

300

How much is Carnegie's fortune worth today?

310 billion dollars

300

Thanks to the telegraph, communciation went from __ to ___ to ___.

local, national, international

300

True or False: Carnegie and Rockefeller's working conidtions were fair and safe for child and adults.

FALSE

300

Thomas Edison invented the ___ and goes down in American history as one of the most famous.

lightbulb

400

This enforcement on products protected the U.S. from foreign competition

Tariffs/taxes

400

Rockefeller is famous for the __ industry, while Carnegie is famous for the __ industry.

1. oil

2. steel

400

Remember the photos? Which coastline in the United States had the most railroads?

The East Coast

400

Critical thinking: Civilization in the United States during the Industrial Revolution brought new diseases and contaminations.

TRUE 

400

What Brother's invented the airplane and in what American state?

The Wright Brothers, North Carolina

500

Name the five main points of the Industrial Revolution:

1. Economic Growth

2. Transporting Products

3. Government Involvement

4. Interconnected Growth

5. Carnegie and Rockefeller

500

Name two negatives about working under Carnegie and Rockefeller: 

1. long, harsh conditions

2. ran companies like a dictatorship

500

These were attached to railroad paths to carry communication signal.

telegraph lines

500

People's lives now revolved around the ___, not the ___.

1. clock

2. sun

500

What two major home appliances were invented due to the electric generator?

Refridgerator and the washing machine

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