19th CENTURY TRANSPORTATION

Factories Changes in the 19th Century

The earliest factories, at least in the U.S., were located not in great cities but near bodies of water that could be harnessed to power them.Over time immigrants hungry for work replaced women in factories and they brought urban values with them and factories became like little cities until cities themselves overtook the factories.
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Changes in Transportation

Transportation changed in many different ways from the 19th century before and after it in the 19th century there were only boats and trains up to the 20th century cars bikes and many other sources of transportation started to appear.

Changes in labors during the 19th century

At first people were the ones working at factories. After that the people were starting to be replaced by machines that would work harder and at a faster rate.