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...f manufacturing. An important part of the growth also was transportation revolution. This gave manufacturers a much easier way to reach the market in the south or the west anywhere anytime. Just like today technology played a major role it advanced people 's lives greatly. A positive thing that Americans weren 't stuck in one single trade they had the option to branch out and try other crafts. This led to improving many other things including how they thought about foreign ideas and techniques brooding their horizons. It was New England that actually became America 's first Industrial Region were it all began. Due to the war of 1812 encouragement in the American industry was such a positive because before there were trade wars which led up to the war of 1812 and devastated capital investment in manufacturing but after we saw how much the American industry flourished.
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