colonial middle class american life

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American History

 

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Rosa W

 

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June 16, 2012

 

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Due to the rapid movement of industrialization, so began a movement of urbanization. Between 1860 and 1910, urban population increased sevenfold and by the 1920's more than half of all Americans lived in cities. Along with the cities came more use of electricity, electric lights, telephones, and eventually appliances...
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Appliances virtually revolutionized the lives of the middle and upper class Americans, as did Henry Ford's mass production of the Model T. Throughout these forty-seven years many middle class Americans were influenced by the ads from companies, for example Sears Roebuck & Company. Not only were there adds for clothing and women's and men's' apparel but for automobiles, phones, and housing...
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