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USII.3d Industrialization

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 
 
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 1. 

USII.3d Henry Ford used the assembly line to improve which of the following industries?
a.
Steel industry
b.
Oil industry
c.
Auto industry
d.
Railroad industry
 
 
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 2. 

USII.3d Which of the following does NOT belong in the chart?
a.
Access to raw materials and energy
b.
Availability of work force
c.
Few technological advances
d.
Financial resources
 
 
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 3. 

USII.3d John D. Rockefeller was involved in which industry?
a.
Oil industry
b.
Banking industry
c.
Steel industry
d.
Railroad industry
 

 4. 

USII.3d  Which of the following was created due to advances in transportation in the early 1900s?
a.
National markets
b.
Local farmers markets
c.
Air transportation
d.
Internet trade
 
 
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 5. 

USII.3d I was the leader of the steel industry.  Who am I?
a.
Thomas Edison
b.
John D. Rockefeller
c.
Andrew Carnegie
d.
Cornelius Vanderbilt
 

 6. 

USII.3d  Captains of Industry and low-cost production of goods using the assembly line helped-
a.
lead to work shortages and unemployment
b.
increase the size of big business
c.
the government place harsh regulations on industry
d.
farmers keep their workers from moving to cities
 

 7. 

USII.3d  _________________ of labor increased the productivity of American farms, thereby reducing the need for labor.
a.
Immigration
b.
Industrialization
c.
Mechanization
d.
Realization
 

 8. 

USII.3d All of the following boosted industrial growth in America EXCEPT:
a.
access to raw materials
b.
advances in technology
c.
immigration
d.
lack of advertising
 

 9. 

USII.3d After the Civil War, the United States was transformed from a(n) __________________ nation to a(n) __________________ nation.
a.
urban, rural
b.
industrial, agricultural
c.
agricultural, rural
d.
agricultural, industrial
 

 10. 

USII.3d Mail order is one example of how industrialization provided access to what?
a.
natural resources
b.
new inventions
c.
transportation
d.
consumer goods
 



 
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