By: Saam Moridi And Jason Tran

Before the industrial revolution

Before the industrial revolution all of the roads were made of dirt. It was very difficult to navigate through but when the cotton loom was made everything became better. Rivers were the easiest and fastest way to transport goods from the north to the south

The Transportation Revolution

The transportation revolution was a big step for shipping goods at first people could only ship by riverways but now people could ship by railroads


of all of the advancements of the transportation revolution, the construction of the railroad was the most sagnificant