What section of the US had many factories pre-1900s?
The North, especially the Northeastern section, of the US had many factories pre-1900s. The South mostly had plantations. Both needed each other.
Number of US Factories The number of factories in the US is constantly change fromm day to day.
there is about 10,000 shoe factories in th us
100's of factories or more then that.
car factories in usa
Walmart sources from many different countries. Including the US. Depending on products made the factories could be located anywhere in the world.
there are many closed down factories. Apex
There are about 5,800 fossil fuel power stations in the US. (Information the the US Energy Commission).
Purchases many of the goods that Canada produces in its factories
Women worked in many factories and farms in the war.
They have 4 assembly plants and 2 engine plants in the U.S.
Most factories were built near water to power the machines.
Many things pollute the earth, including us! Also, cars, factories and cigarettes pollute.
Kellogg's actually has 43 total plants in the US and other countries & 11 Bakeries.
Michelin has factories in many countries. Michelin US has 18 plants in US, Canada and Mexico, including 7 in South Carolina.
The population grew because of how many factories are located in China and factories need people to operate them and it doesn't make sense to have the job you work at daily in China and live in the US.
Many factories had bad working conditions, and were often cramped and croweded. This was escpecially during the industrial revolution, when immigrants came to the country looking for work, for the American dream, etc.
U.S factories transformed themselves from commercial production to military. All factories were pushed into the war effort either making airplanes or artillery.
Well with the industrialization of Europe and the US, many people started working in factories. Since the people that worked in the factories had to walk there every day, they made homes around the factories. Shops began to open to cater to the people working in the factories. Then another factory would be made in the same town, and it would erupt into a large city over the course of a few years.
I believe sometime in the 1950's was when they were mass produced. There were factories throughout the US. I know that in PA there were some factories by Malcolm Weeks who distributed to eastern US
Most of them do. From American Greetings to Zenith, many kinds of businesses have factories and assembly plants in Mexico. Some others include: BellSouth Coca-Cola Evenflo Goodrich Kraft foods PepsiCo Rayovac Samsonite Xerox
Generally people like to see what the company is like before doing business with them. People want to know the backstory of companies and to see their missives and credos which can be found on the About Us section.
Factories us giant industrial compressor freezers using HCFC refrigerants.
Lego is mainly made in Denmark, however there are a few factories in the US.
In the northern states.
Yes, the war allowed many Americans to take up jobs in munitions factories.
Alaska is important to the U.S. because it has alot to offer with the beauty , animals, and factories that give the U.S. many donations when we shal struggle.
The North had an advanced and rapidly evolving industrial economy in the antebellum days and during the US Civil War. What is seldom overlooked is the fact that the North also had a booming agrarian economy as well. Wheat and wool were produced based on livestock and vast Northern farmlands. This enabled the North to enjoy a huge economic edge over the South as the Civil War unfolded.
Thousands of women joined the labour force and helped factories in the US, Canada and Britain.
Article 1 section 8 US Constitution What is it
Husqvarna (a division of Electrolux) operates a number factories in the US. Many of the riders (but not all) are made in Orangeburg, SC.
They started to work in factories, which showed many men that they were a big part of the economy. If they were working for the US, than many people thought that they should have a say in the government of the US. Women's entrance into the workforce during World War I
Northeast and Middle Atlantic states had most of the factories, while the South was primarily agricultural.
Most are made in factories in Asia, although there are smaller factories in other countries too. US, Italy etc.
there is one in Fairfield California Save
in the north
They are known as maquiladoras.
Asia and africa
The Midwest section of the US is the world's breadbasket.
The Bill of Rights is not a section of the US Constitution. It is the first ten amendments to the Constitution, so it follows the last section.
Lego is mainly made in Denmark, however there might be a few smaller factories in the US.
Lego is manufactured mainly in Denmark but some Lego factories are scattered across the US.
Because it's cheaper for the factory owner, they can employee workers in developing countries dirt cheap
A member of the House of Representatives is elected to a two year term as set forth in Article 1, Section 2 of the US Constitution. Senators are elected for a 6 year term (Article 1, Section 3).
Which article and section of the US Constitution outlines the manner of electing US representatives?
Article 1, Section 2
Title 18, Section 1382 of the US code authorizes you to?
Which of these was an effect of the industrial revolution at the end of the nineteenth century in the US?
Do you mean what was an effect? One on the major effects was pollutiOn from all of the smoke from factories. It also made europe's population more diverse because so many foreign workers traveled to Europe so they could get money from working in the factories
It'll choke us and we'll die
The Boxers attacked Western-owned factories.
Most currently come from factories in China.