What were the conditions that led to the industrial development?

What were the conditions that led to the industrial development?
Discuss the conditions that led to the industrial development of the United States.

The United States contained valuable stores of natural resources and raw materials needed for industrial growth. Rivers and streams were a natural energy source for the powering of machinery. The United States also had a continuous supply of people for management and for production in industry.
Jethro Woods invented the iron plow; James Oliver invented the steel plow; Cyrus McCormick invented the reaping machine. Elias Howe invented the sewing machine, which sped up the industrialization.
The wars of the 1800s also spurred the development of the inventions of war. The production of new weapons, ammunition, and other military equipment kept factories busy.


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  1. The United States contained valuable stores of natural resources and raw materials needed for industrial growth. Rivers and streams were a natural energy source for the powering of machinery. The United States also had a continuous supply of people for management and for production in industry.
    Jethro Woods invented the iron plow; James Oliver invented the steel plow; Cyrus McCormick invented the reaping machine. Elias Howe invented the sewing machine, which sped up the industrialization.
    The wars of the 1800s also spurred the development of the inventions of war. The production of new weapons, ammunition, and other military equipment kept factories busy.
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