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Big Business.[print questions]

Factories during this time was located in the---
a) north
b) south
c) west
d)

Factories were located in the Northeast and Midwest during this period because they needed---
a) to be close so people could buy their products.
b) workers.
c) resources like iron ore.
d) a cheap place to build.

Iron Ore was a resources used to make---
a) textiles
b) oil
c) steel
d) telephones

During the Industrial Revolution, more people left the ---area to move to the city.
a) rural
b) urban
c) suburban
d)

Where was the meatpacking industry located?
a) New England
b) Detroit
c) Pittsburgh
d) Chicago

Where was the auto industry located?
a) New England
b) Detroit
c) Pittsburgh
d) Chicago

Where was the steel industry located?
a) New England
b) Detroit
c) Pittsburgh
d) Chicago

What allowed resources, products, and markets to be linked together?
a) cars
b) railroad
c) wagon trains
d) ships

Where was the textile industry located?
a) New England
b) Detroit
c) Pittsburgh
d) Chicago

Who was the captain of the auto industry?
a) Rockefeller
b) Vanderbilt
c) Carnegie
d) Ford

Who was the captain of the railroad industry?
a) Rockefeller
b) Vanderbilt
c) Carnegie
d) Ford

Who was the Captain of the Oil Industry?
a) Rockefeller
b) Vanderbilt
c) Carnegie
d) Ford

Who was the captain of the steel industry?
a) Rockefeller
b) Vanderbilt
c) Carnegie
d) Ford

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