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JEOPARDY Big Business
Categories Business Domination Vocabulary Growth of Industry Location & Leaders Inventions & Inventors Hodge Podge
Who are Henry Ford, Andrew Carnegie, Cornelius Vanderbilt, & John D. Rockefeller? The captains of the automobile, steel, shipping & railroads, and the oil industries listed accordingly.
Mail Order What is an advertising tool that provided access to consumer goods?
Who is Rockefeller? This business leader is shown here.
What is Big Business? Railroads, oil and steel are examples of this_________.
What is an example of mechanization? The Reaper is an example of this.
This helped industry to grow by linking products, resources, and markets. What is the railroad?
Post War means this. What is: AFTER War?
The reaper is an example of this. What is mechanization?
This reduced farm labor needs and increased production. What is Mechanization?
Daily Double “Don’t Choke!”
The changing from an agricultural to a manufacturing economy is called ____. What is industrialization?
Financial Resources were provided by these men. Who are the Captains of Industry?
Lower cost production was a result of this. What is an assembly line?
Mechanization reduced farm labor needs and increased THIS. Mechanization reduced farm labor needs and increased PRODUCTION.
These two inventions contributed to great change and industrial growth. What are: Lighting and Mechanical uses of Electricity AND Telephone Service
Any 3 of the following: *Access to raw materials and energy; *Availability of the workforce; *Inventions; *Financial Resources List any 3 of the 4 Factors that Resulted in the Growth of Industry.
Advertising, lower cost production, national markets created by transportation advances, and the captains of industry were: What are: Reasons for the rise and prosperity of Big Business ?
These were created by transportation advances. What are national markets?
Industrial development in cities created an increase in this. What is: Increased Labor Needs?
Daily Double “Don’t Choke!”
Financial resources were provided by these. Who are the captains of industry?
Lower Cost Production was a result of this invention by Henry Ford. What is the Assembly Line?
The use of this reduced farm labor needs and increased production. What is mechanization?
This man invented the assembly line. Who was Henry Ford?
This man was known as the King of Steel. Who was Andrew Carnegie?
This man combined several small companies into the Standard Oil Company Who was John D. Rockefeller?
This city is the location of the Steel Industry. What is Pittsburgh?
This city and state are the location of the Automobile Industry. What is Detroit, Michigan?
Industrialization in cities created an increase or decrease in labor needs? What is an INCREASE?
The Automobile Industry is located in this region. What is the Midwest?
Farm land or land away from the city. What is rural?
What was the Civil War and WWI? The U.S. was transformed from an agricultural to industrial nation between these wars.
What is power or money? Americans who saw this cartoon would think the Business Leaders had too much of this:
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The Midwest: Leaving the Farm. Lands of vast prairies and fertile farmland Present-day harvesting machines work the land much faster than horse- driven.
The Industrial Revolution in the United States.. Government Support for Industrialism The government: o Helped Industries with loans o Maintained laissez.
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Chapter 5 Section 3 Section Questions - Page 199 #1-5.
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Chapter 2: The Management Movement Section 2.1: The Evolution of Management.
Trains, Technology and the Rise of Big Business. INDUSTRIAL GROWTH The period from the end of the Civil War to 1900 was an era of unmatched economic growth.
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Industrial and Technological Boom Questions to answer Why did people’s daily lives change in the decades following the Civil War? How did advances in.
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Industrialization The Rise of Industry and the Transcontinental Railroad.
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