Next, the advancements in transportation are another one of the blessing of the industrial revolution. Most buildings in the early 19th century were within walking distance. The wealthy however, could afford to take carriages from there suburban homes to the commercial district. But these advances in transportation caused traffic jams, so big cities like New York started to develope subways, elevated trains, and other public transportation systems. New York wasn't the only city there was also cities like Paris, and Buenos Aires.
Advancements in Communication
Finally, the advancements in communication were another one of the blessings of the industrial development. A telegraph is any system that can send encoded information by signal across a distance. The creator of the telegraph was Samuel F.B. Morse. The telegraph was used to communicate in daily life, but it had an even more important use then that. The telegraph was also used to communicate back and forth between factories, probably to see if there producing the product at a reasonable price.
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