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Use this Discovering American History video entitled Industry and the North 1790's to 1840's to study the way in which the North was affected by the commercialization and industrialization that defined the Market Revolution. Learn how the preindustrial ways of work and trade gave way to industrial and commercial methods, and how the Market Revolution transformed the North into an urbanized, industrializing society of workers connected to expanded commercial markets.

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