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  • MEDIUM
  • Come back to brainstorm to discuss Monopolies & Laissez Faire as tools the leaders use to promote Industrialization and their own success
  • Come back to brainstorm to discuss Monopolies & Laissez Faire as tools the leaders use to promote Industrialization and their own success
  • Come back to brainstorm to discuss Monopolies & Laissez Faire as tools the leaders use to promote Industrialization and their own success
  • Come back to brainstorm to discuss Monopolies & Laissez Faire as tools the leaders use to promote Industrialization and their own success
  • Come back to brainstorm to discuss Monopolies & Laissez Faire as tools the leaders use to promote Industrialization and their own success
  • Come back to brainstorm to discuss Monopolies & Laissez Faire as tools the leaders use to promote Industrialization and their own success
  • HONORS
  • Come back to brainstorm to discuss Monopolies & Laissez Faire as tools the leaders use to promote Industrialization and their own success
  • Come back to brainstorm to discuss Monopolies & Laissez Faire as tools the leaders use to promote Industrialization and their own success
  • Come back to brainstorm to discuss Monopolies & Laissez Faire as tools the leaders use to promote Industrialization and their own success
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    1. 1. Key Industrial Centers in the U.S. Steel Pittsburg Meatpacking Chicago Northeast Textiles Railroads Automobile Detroit Pg. 114
    2. 2. Hello! Today is • Warm Up: Brainstorm. – On your scratch paper, brainstorm what resources are needed for industrialization to happen.
    3. 3. Hello! Today is • Warm Up: Matching – Match the cities to their industry! Pittsburgh Automobiles Chicago Steel Detroit Textiles Northeast/ New England Meatpacking
    4. 4. What we’re going to do today By the end of class, you will be able to describe five resources needed for industrialization Agenda: – Warm Up – Graphic Organizer – Closure: Which was most important?
    5. 5. Resources Needed for Industrialization
    6. 6. Raw Materials Labor (Workers) Transportation Resources Needed for Industrialization Technology (Inventions) Leaders
    7. 7. Raw Materials Labor (Workers) • Factories are located in the East because that’s where the labor is • Immigrants move to the U.S. for jobs • Child labor is used • Bad working conditions Technology (Inventions) Transportation Resources Needed for Industrialization Leaders
    8. 8. Raw Materials Labor (Workers) • Factories are located in the East because that’s where the labor is • Immigrants move to the U.S. for jobs • Child labor is used • Bad working conditions Technology (Inventions) • Raw materials are found in the West • Examples: cattle, wheat, iron ore Transportation Resources Needed for Industrialization Leaders
    9. 9. RAILROAD
    10. 10. Raw Materials • Raw materials are found in the West • Examples: Labor (Workers) • Factories are located in the East because that’s where the labor is • Immigrants move to the U.S. for jobs • Child labor is used • Bad working conditions Technology (Inventions) Resources Needed for Industrialization Leaders Transportation • Brought raw materials from the West to factories in the East • Created National Markets (e.g. Refrigerated Train cars)
    11. 11. Refrigerated Train Cars
    12. 12. Raw Materials • Raw materials are found in the West • Examples: Labor (Workers) • Factories are located in the East because that’s where the labor is • Immigrants move to the U.S. for jobs • Child labor is used • Bad working conditions Resources Needed for Industrialization Technology (Inventions) • Mechanization: machines to do the work • Lower cost production leads to mass production Leaders Transportation • Brought raw materials from the West to factories in the East • Created National Markets (e.g. Refrigerated Train cars)
    13. 13. Mass Production
    14. 14. Raw Materials • Raw materials are found in the West • Examples: Labor (Workers) • Factories are located in the East because that’s where the labor is • Immigrants move to the U.S. for jobs • Child labor is used • Bad working conditions Resources Needed for Industrialization Technology (Inventions) • Mechanization: machines to do the work • Lower cost production leads to mass production Leaders Transportation • Brought raw materials from the West to factories in the East • Created National Markets (e.g. Refrigerated Train cars) • Captains of Industry, Fat Cats and Robber Barons • Led to prosperity ($$) • Monopolies: one company or person controls an entire industry • Laissez Faire: government should interfere as little as possible
    15. 15. Monopolies When one person or company controls an ENTIRE industry
    16. 16. Monopolies When one person or company controls an ENTIRE industry
    17. 17. Laissez Faire the belief that government should interfere as little as possible in the nation's economy
    18. 18. Raw Materials • Raw materials are found in the West • Examples: Labor (Workers) • Factories are located in the East because that’s where the labor is • Immigrants move to the U.S. for jobs • Child labor is used • Bad working conditions Resources Needed for Industrialization Technology (Inventions) • Mechanization: machines to do the work • Lower cost production leads to mass production Leaders Transportation • Brought raw materials from the West to factories in the East • Created National Markets (e.g. Refrigerated Train cars) • Captains of Industry, Fat Cats and Robber Barons • Led to prosperity ($$) • Monopolies: one company or person controls an entire industry • Laissez Faire: government should interfere as little as possible
    19. 19. Closure • Turn & Talk: Which of these resources do you think was MOST important to industrialization and why? Raw Materials Labor (Workers) Transportation Technology (Inventions) Leaders
    20. 20. Raw Materials Labor (Workers) • Raw materials are found in the ________ • Examples: ________ •__________________ • _________are located in the _______because that’s where the ________ is • _____________move to the U.S. for _________ • __________labor is used • ______working conditions Resources Needed for Industrialization Technology (Inventions) • Mechanization: ___________to do the _______ • Lower cost production leads to _______production Transportation • Brought raw materials from the _________to ________in the ______ • Created ___________ _________(e.g. Refrigerated _____cars) Leaders • Captains of ___________, Fat Cats and Robber Barons • Led to _________($$) • Monopolies: one company or person __________an entire industry • Laissez Faire: government should _____________as little as possible
    21. 21. Raw Materials • Raw materials are found in the West • Examples: Labor (Workers) • Factories are located in the East because that’s where the labor is • Immigrants move to the U.S. for jobs • Child labor is used • Bad working conditions Resources Needed for Industrialization Technology (Inventions) • Mechanization: machines to do the work • Lower cost production leads to mass production Leaders Transportation • Brought raw materials from the West to factories in the East • Created National Markets (e.g. Refrigerated Train cars) • Captains of Industry, Fat Cats and Robber Barons • Led to prosperity ($$) • Monopolies: one company or person controls an entire industry • Laissez Faire: government should interfere as little as possible

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