Industrial Revolution: People and Perspectives (Perspectives in American Social History Series)
By: Jennifer Lee Goloboy (editor)Hardback
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This volume in the Perspectives in American Social History series reveals the long reach of the Industrial Revolution into the work lives and self-perceptions of average Americans. * Primary documents including Alexander Hamilton's "Report on Manufactures," poetry from the labor newspaper, The Voice of Industry, and William Gregg's "Practical Results of Southern Manufactures" * A chronology highlighting key developments in the Industrial Revolution, including the invention of the cotton gin, the steamship, the telegraph, and the sewing machine
Jennifer L. Goloboy, PhD, is an independent scholar based in Minneapolis, MN, specializing in the history of the early American middle class.
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