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What were two cities that grew as a result of the great migration?
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Inland port cities in the Midwest grew along this body of water?
What cities grew the most during the Industrial Revolution?
Asked in Travel & Places
Many of the world's great cities are located near an ocean a deep river or a large lake why do you think this is so?
Along what waterway did inland port cities grow in the Midwest?
Asked in History, Politics & Society, History of the United States, Australian Colonial Settlement, Century - 1800s
What are three reasons cities grew in the early 1800s?
Three reasons cities grew in the early 1800 are: The country was becoming more interested in manufacturing, which was in the cities with large labor pool. There was an influx of immigrants to the cities that provided the labor pool. The trade with Europe and other countries came to the ports of the cities.
Asked in History of Europe
How did the Pontiacs War and the Proclamation of 1763 grow out of the migration of colonists?
Asked in History of the United States
Why did the cities grow when the transcontinental railroad was built?
What Problems did People faced in 1910s as cities grew larger?
Asked in Manufacturing, UK History
What was the result of increased demand for manufactured goods in great Britain?
What are the connections between industry and the Thames?
Asked in US Civil War
Why did northern cities grow during the civil war?
Which group grew larger as a result of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire?
Asked in World War 1, History of the United States
Did racial tensions in the northern cities increase during World War 1?
Racial tensions increased in Northern cities during and after World War I due to migration. Not only were poor blacks fleeing tenant farming and Jim Crow laws in the south, but southern whites were as well. They all came north to find jobs in the cities, causing them to mingle and fight for the limited jobs and housing available. The tensions grew leading to riots in some cities.